The Princes Czartoryski Museum
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Newly re-opened after a decade of refurbishment and restructuring, this beautiful building houses the vast treasures of one of Poland's most artistically inclined Royal Families. Witness icons of Polish history alongside famous painters (Rembrandt, Da Vinci & more) and prized possessions, painstakingly preserved and recovered time and time again over decades of war and persecution. Initially founded as a patriotic endeavour during the era of Poland's collapse, the museum has had a dramatic history. It's a wonder that so much of the collection has survived at all. This fascinating array of paintings, sculptures, historical artefacts & more make up the oldest and most expensive museum collection in Poland
We recommend setting aside a few hours to properly explore the many rooms and to be slow and happy, taking in and appreciating all the details. In this labyrinth of incredible jewels, it's easy to miss the most stunning sapphires!
Full disabled access & fantastic sensory path for the blind.
Editor & Krakow Local
Had a fantastic time in this museum! Really interesting, touching and even funny! Been waiting for it to re open for a long time and definitely worth the wait. Very excited for when the wing with ancient artifacts is accessible!!
...and I don't even need to move out of NYC to be there in the museum - when takien the Lady out for the night in Cracow and returning her before 9 am was a nocturnal sport of young unruchy bachelors in love with French and American gangster movies...
Such unpleasant Communist era "service" at the ticket office that we chose not to go in at all.
Well worth a visit even just to see the art exhibitions. We were so pleased to have seen the Da Vinci and the Rembrandt paintings. We didn't get the audio guide, because we were spending a short time in the museum prior to heading back to the airport, but if we'd had more time, we would have taken advantage of this option!
I was in this museum in autumm...and is soooo wonderful there!!!! I mean i saw an really DaVinci...yeah! Its a wonderful musem you shouldnt miss when you are in Krakow!!!! I wanna go back to Kraków!!!! Have fun there!
One does oneself an honor by visiting this unique museum.
Our hotel receptionist recommended a visit. We had no idea what the place was about but as it was raining we thought we would give it ago. Truly amazing place with some fantastic pieces from mummies to a recovered Persian rug looted during the Second World War. The £3.40 entrance fee for two adults is ridiculously cheap for such a superb museum.
very visitor friendly,well maintained while remaining very old world traditional an excellent bargin
Beautiful and very interesting museum - well worth the visit! Free entry on thursdays.
Nice little museum, but make sure the Da Vinci is actually there before you set off (if you are desperate to see it!) I have been to Cracow twice and both times the painting was away in other museums overseas! Nonetheless, worht visiting.