From the moment it was established, the Bazar was a hub of Polish cultural and social life in Poznań. It served as a venue for meetings and balls aimed at integrating all strata of Polish society, including peasants from the villages around Poznań. Joint projects brought different social strata together, helping to create a closer-knit community. These efforts proved to be years ahead of similar initiatives in Poland’s other partitions.
The largest and most magnificent of the Bazar’s rooms is the White Hall.