Krakow National Museum, Krakow
About Krakow National Museum, Krakow
Krakow National Museum, Krakow - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Floriańska 41, 30-001 Kraków, Poland
Ticket Price: 9 PLN
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Poland’s finest painter, Jan Matejko, lived in this house. Matejko has captured some of the country’s most iconic and significant moments in his paintings. Today, the house museum is a fascinating and delightful look into the mind of this mysterious man. It contains not only his art, but also his collection of furniture, interior decorations, personal artefacts, antique guns, and textiles. In addition to the permanent exhibits, the museum also organises special exhibitions and events. The staff is very charming. The house is small, so you visit should be quick, though it’s not unusual for people to want to take their times and pore over the details.
Krakow National Museum Information
- Not disabled accessible.
- Flash free photography ony. No Tripods.
Krakow National Museum Ticket Prices
- Children (Under 7 age): free
- Youth under 16, Students under 26: 1 PLN
- Reduced ticket - 5 PLN
- Family: 19 PLN
- Free admission to permanent exhibits on Sundays.
- Audio guide (Polish, English, Russian, German, French): 7 PLN
How To reach Krakow National Museum by Public Transport
- Drive to here from outside Old Town.
- Walk or cycle to here from inside Old Town.
- By Bus: 124, 152, 424, 502
- By Tram: 2, 3, 4, 7, 10, 14, 19, 20, 24, 52
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Quite nice. Permanent exhibition was free. Entrance note said all days 8:00-20:00, free entrance so I don't know which is right (Google maps seems to have a different schedule). What really did the trick for us was the space in front of the building. Really nice with lots of wooden structures for people to sit and relax and with a really cool exhibition made from wood and old Polish objects. The exhibition itself was good but only a few pieces really made it worth.
Nice but nothing exceptional actually. I entered with a free ticket on sunday so i actually couldn't see the most famous painting, the lady with ermine. A bit disappointing. Go if you have nothing better to do
Great museum and quick entrance. The ticket is very cheap around 20 zloty (5€) and the new #heritage exhibition is really worth a visit.
Great museum. The new exhibition #heritage is amazing, for the content and for the display of the pieces of art. Leonardo has a special position. The other exhibition are nice, nothing brilliant but neither awful.
We liked temporary exhibitions (#heritage and "A dame with an hermine" by Da Vinci) as well as permanent exhibition. The entrance fee is more than reasonable for this experience. The book shop at the museum has a nice collection of books on arts and design, English language available
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