Cricoteka Museum Of Tadeusz Kantor, Krakow

Cricoteka Museum Of Tadeusz Kantor, Krakow - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Nadwiślańska 2-4, 30-001 Kraków, Poland

Phone: +48-124216975

Ticket Price: 10 PLN

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

Art And Culture, Museum, Family And Kids

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About Cricoteka Museum Of Tadeusz Kantor, Krakow

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.

Cricoteka Museum Of Tadeusz Kantor Information

  • The ticket includes a guided tour of the permanent exhibits.

Cricoteka Museum Of Tadeusz Kantor Ticket Prices

  • Reduced Ticket: 5 PLN
  • Family: 15 PLN
  • Tuesday: Free admission after getting box office tickets.

How To reach Cricoteka Museum Of Tadeusz Kantor by Public Transport

  • By Car and take a taxi.

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  • Great place for both adults and kids.

  • Commemorating Tadeusz Kantor, the best awangard actor, scenograph and director in Poland. His play "the death class" came into classic symbols of silent resistent among taboos in Communist Poland.

  • Very good for konferences

  • Old and new. Cool looking

  • Beautiful building, creative classes for Toddlers

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