Manggha, Krakow

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Manggha, Krakow - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Marii Konopnickiej 26, 30-001 Kraków, Poland

Phone: +48-122672703

Ticket Price: 20 PLN

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Manggha was the penname of Feliks Jasiensk, a collector of Japanese Art, who donated his life collection to the National Museum in Krakow. But the collection was so large there was no place to exhibit it. Half a century later, an amateur filmmaker, Andrzej Wajda, donated the entirety of his winnings from a Japanese film award to the National Museum so that a museum for this collection could be created. Japanese collaboration helped to build to the building. Thus, various features of the architecture and the garden are complementary to the style of the arts in Japan. In addition to the 6500-item art collection, the center also organizes temporary exhibitions. If you really want to go for an in-depth experience the center provides courses on the Japanese tea ceremony and the language. the museum is also the headquarters of the city Bonsai Club. Sometimes there are classical music and jazz concerts.

Manggha Information

  • Disabled accessible

Manggha Ticket Prices

  • Guided tour: PLN 70 (in Polish); PLN 100 (in a foreign language)
  • Reduced category: 15 PLN
  • Family: 35 PLN
  • Group of up to 30: 100 PLN
  • Free for under 7
  • PLN 1 for ages 7-16
  • Free admission on Tuesdays.

How To reach Manggha by Public Transport

  • By car or take a taxi.

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  • Most beautiful cafe I've seen in a museum in a while. Excellent service. Beautiful but pricey gift shop. Looking forward to the exhibition as well!

  • Loved the Japanese culture exposition! Interactive. Fun.

  • I initially thought that this museum is all about Japanese culture and Japanese stuff generally. When we went there, there were three exhibitions, one about a Japanese calligraphy artist, one about a Polish cartoonist and one about some paintings and textiles found in Bali (???) or something like that. It was fairly interesting and I think it's worth the price. I'd have loved to see more Japanese things though.

  • Beautiful place for events. Nice view, good catering and pleasant staff. Recommend!

  • I've always liked Manggha, and now they've expanded into a second building that focuses on other areas beyond Japan, their offering is better than ever.

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