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Archdiocesan Museum (Muzeum Archidiecezjalne w Krakowie) Tours

Archdiocesan Museum (Muzeum Archidiecezjalne w Krakowie)
The Archdiocesan Museum of Cardinal Karol Wojtyla ((Muzeum Archidiecezjalne w Krakowie) was originally founded in 1905, although not opened to the public until 1994. It was created to commemorate and advise the public of the artistic legacy of the Krakow bishopric. The buildings at 19 and 21 Kanonicza street that house the museum date to the late 14th century and today contains more than 600 works of art displayed in 16 rooms. The late Pope John Paul II, formerly known as Karol Wojtyla, resided there once as a young priest and again when he was the Archbishop of Krakow. The museum was named after him in 2005 and visitors are able to see the room where he lived from 1958 to 1967, as well as many of his personal effects, including his skis.

The museum displays showcase a variety of sacral art from the 13th to 18th centuries, including religious artifacts, sculptures and paintings. There is also a treasury of gifts presented to Archbishop from foreign heads-of-state and a set of furniture from 1905. Temporary exhibitions occasionally feature the works of contemporary artists.

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The museum is open is located at ulitsa Kanonicza 19-21 and admission for adults is $1.50. It is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Address: Kanonicza 19, Krakow, Poland
Hours: Tues-Fri 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sat-Sun 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Admission: $1.50
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Entrance Ticket to Diocesan Museum - Muzeum Archidiecezjalne

Entrance Ticket to Diocesan Museum - Muzeum Archidiecezjalne

Besides being home to over 600 pieces of religious art, the Archdiocesan Museum was once the residence of Karol Wojtyla, now better known as Saint John Paul the Great. Ensure entry even at busy times by prearranging a ticket which you can collect from one of two tourist information points. Once inside, savor masterpieces of the craftsman’s art, from chalices to sculptures, paintings, and vestments.
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Krakow Museums and Transport Official Pass

Krakow Museums and Transport Official Pass

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Enjoy complimentary access to Krakow’s top museums and its bus and tram network with the Krakow Museums and Transport Pass. Choose from a 2- or 3-day pass and gain entrance to 38 museums, including the impressive Rynek Underground, with its original medieval market stalls; Oskar Schindler’s Factory. • Admission to attractions is possible upon presentation of our Card at the ticket office (valid for 1 day starting from the day of issuing the card) • Discounts: restaurants, car rental, cinema • Free and unlimited city’s public transport for 1 day (zones I & II) • The card doesn't need to be validated, in the event of an inspection, it is enough to show it to the person checking the tickets • 13 Card collection points within the city center
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Skip the Line: Krakow Museum Ticket & Attraction Official Pass

Skip the Line: Krakow Museum Ticket & Attraction Official Pass

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Enjoy complimentary access to Krakow’s top museums with the Krakow Museums and Transport Pass. Gain entrance to 40 museums, including the impressive Rynek Underground, with its original medieval market stalls; Oskar Schindler’s Factory; and a wealth of art galleries, churches and more. THis card offers generous discounts at select restaurants, shops and on other activities, and it’s a money-saving way to enjoy Krakow.
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[Combo] Wieliczka and Krakow City Pass with transport

[Combo] Wieliczka and Krakow City Pass with transport

Enjoy complimentary access to Krakow’s top museums with the Krakow Museums and Transport Pass. Gain entrance to 40 museums, including the impressive Rynek Underground, with its original medieval market stalls; Oskar Schindler’s Factory; and a wealth of art galleries, churches and more. This card offers generous discounts at select restaurants, shops and on other activities, and it’s a money-saving way to enjoy Krakow. This combo includes the entrance to Wieliczka Salt Mine with English Guide. Krakow Museums and Transport Pass offers free public transport and can be picked up either from the airport (which will allow you to use free public transport from airport to Krakow city center) or from Discover Cracow Tourist Information Point at Szczepanski Square 8. You can reach Wieliczka Salt Mine with public transport as well - please use bus number 304.
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Exclusive Krakow City Pass with Transport and Wieliczka Entrance

Exclusive Krakow City Pass with Transport and Wieliczka Entrance

Plan your whole visit with just one booking. See marvelous Wieliczka Salt Mine with English guide and receive Krakow City Pass which gives you complimentary access to Krakow’s top museums and public transport. With over 40 museums, including the impressive Rynek Underground, with its original medieval market stalls; Oskar Schindler’s Factory; and a wealth of art galleries, churches and more, the card gives you endless possibilities to explore Krakow. This card offers generous discounts at select restaurants, shops and on other activities, and it’s a money-saving way to enjoy Krakow. Krakow Museums and Transport Pass offers free public transport and can be picked up either from the airport (which will allow you to use free public transport from airport to Krakow city center) or from Discover Cracow Tourist Information Point at Szczepanski Square 8. You can reach Wieliczka Salt Mine with public transport as well - please use bus number 304.
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