20th Century theatre director and artist Tadeusz Kantor established this Museum in 1980 as a record of the achievements of his own production company, as well as a space to explain his own theatre philosophy. Visitors to the building will be immediately struck by its bizarre and striking appearance that looks like a combination of rusted iron and black glass. There's an exhibition exploring the thematic importance of his work, a theater, a cafe with great views of the Vistula River from the top floor, a bookshop, and launches space for temporary exhibitions, events and workshops. It's a fascinating place to be introduced to experimental theatre.
- The ticket includes a guided tour of the permanent exhibits.
- Reduced Ticket: 5 PLN
- Family: 15 PLN
- Tuesday: Free admission after getting box office tickets.
- By Car and take a taxi.
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1 Hr 30 Minutes
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Incredible museum and also an amazing performance space. An absolute must if you are visiting Krakow. Theres also a restaurant on the top floor with a nice view over the city. Check online for the performance schedule.
Very strange and not interesting museum, but building itself is great! You can go there only on Tuesday when entrance is free
A great home for a great artist. Fantastic exhibitions, overwhelming design of the building, great events.
We just went to the gueto in our free walking tour! We didn’t go inside the center!
Beautiful and hospitable place