Archdiocesan Museum in Krakow2 Reviews
Admire Sacred Art from XIII to XIX Century, gifts of the Holy Father John Paul II. Learn about the history of the Polish Clergy in the heart of Krakow.
- Admire more than 600 works of art housed in 16 historical rooms
- See the gifts of the Holy Father John Paul II
- Witness the history of Krakow's clergy
DescriptionThe Archdiocesan Museum in Krakow belongs to the authority of the metropolitan bishop of Krakow - Stanisalaw Dziwisz. It is situated at Kanonicza Street which is one of the oldest, most beautiful and magical streets in the city. The Archdiocesan Museum is proud to host dozens of collections of art and sacral works, including paintings, craftwork and sculptures. The goal of the museum is to display the permanent exhibition and make visitors familiar with the artistic legacy of the Krakow bishopric. The whole exhibition is arranged in rooms furnished with baroque furniture. The exhibition encompasses a total of approximately 600 works of art housed in 16 historic rooms.
IncludesEntry ticket Transportation
- You will receive a separate ticket from the local operator via email after booking. Only a printed version of that ticket will be accepted
- To get a student discount, students must have a student ID card during the tour and show it to the tour representative when asked
- For Krakow City Card holder entrance is free of charge
- Please note that opening hours might differ from those presented on the product page due to various circumstances. Always check opening hours on the official website
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