Krakow: The Ethnographic Museum Entry
Visit the Ethnographic Museum, created in 1911 on the initiative of Seweryn Udziela, a teacher, amateur-ethnographer, and collector. Experience a different side of Krakow as you discover Polish folk art from the early 20th century.
- Check out the Town Hall exhibition
- Get a feel for the artists living in Krakow at the turn of the 20th century
- Treat yourself to a cultural excursion during your visit to Poland
DescriptionDiscover Krakow's Ethnographic Museum. The Town Hall section features an exhibition which highlights Polish folk culture, while the museum's second building, the so-called Esterka's House, contains temporary displays in its beautifully-vaulted cellar. Derived from a small collection gathered by Seweryn Udziela, the current exhibitions consist of around 80,000 showpieces, the majority of which are from the end of the 19th century and the early 20th century. A certain haven for the peasant culture of Krakow, the Seweryn Udziela Ethnographic Museum invites all visitors to have a look around its precious and extensive collections. These exhibits shed light on the artists' attraction to the liveliness of folklore, which they saw as an antidote to the stagnation and cultural crisis among Polish intelligentsia from the turn of the 20th century.
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