About Us

Our Arthur Murray Warsaw studio belongs to the largest, 5-star dance school organisations in the world, with over 280 schools on all 5 continents.

Our goal is to teach adults to dance using our unique methods of quick, fun and easy learning.

Since 1912, the year our first studio was opened, we have taught some of the most well-known celebrities in the world, such as Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, John Travolta, Mel Gibson or previously Patrick Swayze. It was our school that created the famous choreography of "Dirty Dancing", "The Scent of a Woman," and "Dance with Me".

Arthur Murray Dance Studio students can travel around the world and continue their individual learning program in any country an Arthur Murray studio is located.

You do not need to bring a partner. Our professional dance instructor will accompany you as a partner during your learning process!

Call today...dance tonight!

 ul. Emilii Plater 10, 00-669 Warsaw



Opening hours:

Tuesday: 14:00 - 22:00

Wednesday: 14:00 - 22:00

Thursday: 14:00 - 22:00

Friday: 13:00 - 21:00

Saturday: 12:00 20:00


Wedding Dance






                               Are you getting married? 
                         Most people spend a lot of time

                  preparing the venue, food and flowers.

                              All of this will be gone at

                                    the end of the day.

                        But what about your first dance?

                Please call to schedule a free appointment

                    with our wedding consultant. We will

              listen to you and customize your first dance

                            to make this the highlight of

                               the best day of your life!





Arthur Murray

The famous footprints that became an

Arthur Murray trademark.


Arthur Murray started teaching dance in 1912 at the Grand Palace in NYC.
Arthur's early success was due in part to his involvement in the American social dance scene.
Beyond radio and personal dance lessons,
Arthur Murray wrote several books and brochures to promote the social aspects of dance.
He soon had over a thousand children of different age groups enrolled in his classes,
which soon also attracted many adults.

In 1920 he arranged to have music transmitted to a group of his students,
which was the world's first radio broadcast of live dance music.

Arthur met his future wife Kathryn in a radio station in New Jersey
during one of his broadcast dance lessons where she was an audience member.
Arthur and Kathryn were married on April 24, 1925, and opened a dance school together.
They made all of America dance.
The Murrays retired in 1964, leaving behind the biggest Dance Empire
which is the second-oldest franchised company in the world.

Arthur passed away on March 3rd, 1991...
but the spirit he put into dancing lives on till this day.