The Monument to Ignacy Jan Paderewski is located near the Officer Cadets School. It is made of bronze. It stands on a tall, stone pedestal.

It was made by Alfons Karny - a famous Polish 20th century sculptor. He was the author of many excellent portraits of Polish personalities. Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941) was an outstanding Polish pianist, composer, and politician. Even before the outbreak of World War I, however as a globally recognized musician already, he was involved in active diplomatic efforts to reinstate Poland’s independence. In 1919, he became the Prime Minister of the reborn Republic. The sculptor showed Paderewski looking out into the distance, masterfully depicting an expression of focus and reflection on his face. The Officer Cadets School houses the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Room dedicated to this remarkable pianist and politician.