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Museums (62)

The Ethnographic Museum

The exhibition in the former Town Hall of Kazimierz transports us into the bygone world of the Polish countryside: both into its everyday and festive lives. The museum situated in the building...
pl. Wolnica 1, ul. Krakowska 46

The Feliks Jasieński Szołayski House

The residential building at Szczepański Square reached its current form in the 1820s. In 1904, it passed into the hands of the Kraków commune with the aim of becoming a museum, and its...
pl. Szczepański 9

The Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art in the Cloth Hall

The most famous collection of Polish 19th-century painting and sculpture, and a beautiful panorama of the Main Market Square of Kraków. When visiting Kraków, you simply cannot skip...
Rynek Główny 3

The Hipolit House

How did Kraków burghers live in times past? Appropriately arranged, the furniture, paintings, fabrics, and trinkets recall the atmosphere of bygone days and ways. Situated just next to...
pl. Mariacki 3

The Jan Matejko House

This is where the most famous Polish painter of the 19th century, whose paintings generations of Poles became perfectly familiar with, was born. The most famous Polish historical painter of the...
ul. Floriańska 41
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