Museums in Cracow

National museum CracowCracow is a city full of all kinds of museums.

Regardless of what your fields of interest are, you will surely find something that will catch your eye here. For example, you can visit a one-of-a-kind insurance museum or an exceptionally intriguing stained glass museum. The majority of them are located within the Old Town or in a close vicinity to it.
The Archeology Museum is the oldest object of that kind in Cracow in 1850.
The most visited ones are: National Museum (with 11 divisions), Jagiellonian Univestisy’s Museum, Historical Museum of the City of Cracow and Oskar Schindler’s Enamel Factory.
The museums are typically open 6 days a week. They are usually closed on Mondays, but the Archeology Museum is closed for visitors on Saturdays.
Sundays are museum open days. All the permanent exhibitions can be checked toll-free.
To avoid queuing for tickets, it is worth visiting the website of a museum of interest. In the case of many of them, there is the possibility of purchasing tickets and vouchers online in reasonable prices. Such offers are indicated in the descriptions devoted to particular museums.

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