The most important exhibits are: sea cow skull, hairy rhinoceros skeleton, spiky cage and much more.
The mission of this museum is to take care of cultural heritage, to realize the role of the past and the memory in contemporary…
It is currently the largest museum institution in Poland - in terms of the number of buildings (17), branches (11) and owned objects (800 thousand).
Here you can see the process of creating stained glass, in the wonderful atmosphere of the historic studio.
Museum in the Czapski Mansion.
Here you can admire the impressive collection of Hutten-Czapski: more than 11 thousand coins, medals, orders, banknotes and engravings…
It is the only such museum in the world.
In an interesting way it presents more than two hundred years of history of the…
It is the oldest building of the Cracow Academy.
The collections are mainly related to the history of the university.
The Palace is the seat of the Society of Friends of Fine Arts.
There are presentations of Polish and foreign contemporary art.
Permanent exhibitions are devoted to Stanislaw Wyspianski and Feliks "Manggha" Jasieński.
On the first anniversary of the death of Wisława Szymborska, an exhibition entitled…
This is the place where you will see wax figures from fairy tales and movies, as well as people who have enrolled in Polish…
The Gallery is located on the first floor of the Cloth Hall.
It is currently the largest permanent exhibition of nineteenth-century Polish painting…
The Cloth Hall formerly had commercial functions.
On the first floor there are exhibitions Gallery of Polish Painting and Sculpture of the nineteenth century.
The museum collects valuable works of European painting from the 13th to 18th centuries, European and Islamic arts and more.
One of the largest and most important churches in Krakow.
You will see the Veit Stoss altarpiece here and many other valuable sights.
This fascinating museum collects exhibits on the history of pharmacy and pharmaceutical technology.
Museum in a historic 16th century palace.
You will find expositions devoted to the former Polish art. There is also a lapidarium in the…
The most famous polish bell which weighs more than 12 tons!
It beats on the most important churches and national holidays and celebrations.
Beautiful cathedral built in the fourteenth century.
In the royal tombs there are prominent figures like: Kościuszko, Mickiewicz, Slovak, Pilsudski, Gen. Sikorski and others.
This is a historic castle that holds many valuable treasures and beautiful interiors.
For centuries, it was the center of Polish statehood.
The museum has a rich collection of Japanese art, which allows for a comprehensive presentation of the traditional culture of Japan.
The statue is 2.57 m high.
In 1848, the stone statue of the pagan Slavic art was pulled from the Zbrucz River.
t is a beautiful, baroque church of missionaries brought to Cracow by bishop Jan Małachowski.
At the back of the church is the Garden…
Beautiful temple. It has a richly decorated facade on which is placed Decalogue boards, made of black marble.
A place popularizing knowledge about the Polish Underground State and its armed forces - mainly about the Home Army.
It is the last synagogue that arose during the Jewish city.
It was also called the Hospital synagogue because it was adjacent to a…
Synagogue in Renaissance style with beautiful interior.
Next to the synagogue there is a Jewish cemetery - one of the oldest in Europe.
The Synagogue was considered the most magnificent and rich synagogue in the city for many years.
Currently it is the place of realization of the…
You will see nearly 80,000 exhibits here!
The core of the collection are Polish objects, and about 13% are collections from other European countries.
The prayer room is located on the upper floor - hence its name - High.
Place of exhibitions, meetings and concerts.
At the permanent exhibition is exposed historical collection of Judaica.
In ancient prayer rooms are displayed objects of Jewish ritual art.
The museum collects objects related to the development of public transport, power plants, gas industry, municipal economy.
It is located in the building of a former Jewish furniture factory.
The Museum presents the exhibition "Traces of Memory" - a recognition of…
There is an exhibition devoted to the extermination of Jews from Cracow, the role of the pharmacist Pankiewicz and the importance of this pharmacy in…
The museum is located in the former halls of the Schindler Factory.
The place gathers and exhibits contemporary art.
It was the place to produce enamel products.
Schindler employed Jews here threatened by extermination.
The museum is housed in a historic manor house where the wedding of Lucjan Rydel and Jadwiga was celebrated.
It is located in the former airport Rakowice-Czyżyny. You will see exhibits related to the history of aviation.
Number of machines exceeds 200!
Center promotes events in the field of contemporary art.
Main areas of activity are arts, theater, multimedia, music.
A place devoted to the life and work of Pope John Paul II.
It promotes the legacy of a great countryman, promotes his spirituality,…
Museum shows what was in PRL undeniably bad, but also highlights positive attitudes and achievements of people living at the time.
An ancient 19th century manor park complex.
This place is filled with history and spirit of Old Polish customs.
At present the Cracow Conference…
This charming old manor house. Rural residence, which formerly housed the studio of Jan Matejko.
You will see many fascinating souvenirs here.
You will learn the history of the city, its monuments, customs and rituals among the inhabitants of the municipality and beyond.
It is one of the oldest and still operating salt mines in the world, where salt has been extracted for more than 700 years!…
The castle is the former headquarters of the mines of Wieliczka and Bochnia.
The museum presents the history of salt mining and the development…
You will see here the first phonograph, horn turntables, radios, adapters, walkmans... - all presented in very interesting scenery.
The castle was erected by Casimir the Great and became a royal residence often referred to as the "second Wawel".
The original concrete sculpture 14 meters high, is a monument created in honor of Tadeusz Kantor.
You will visit exhibitions here: the art of the sixteenth century, the style transformations in the history of European art and others.
This exhibition features several thematic themes related to the region and the castle in Pieskowa Skala.
It is located in the former castle forge.
You will see monuments like the four manners Sieniawski sarcophaguses from the 17th century.
At the foot of the hill is a complex of…
This is male monastery of the Discalced Carmelites.
It is a place of worship of St. Raphael Kalinowski and Our Lady of the Scapular,…
Castle on a rocky hill above Raba.
Part of the castle is reconstructed and the PTTK museum is housed here.
Open-Air Museum of Wooden Folk Architecture of the region.