Stanislaw Wyspianski Museum in Krakow

 

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If you saw the stained glass in the Franciscan church and the Medical Society Building and you liked it, you should definitely visit this museum. It houses numerous works of Wyspianski including designs for stained glass windows, stage sets, textiles and pastels.


Museum is located in the house of the Szolayski family. The Museum is devoted to Stanislaw Wyspianski and Feliks ‘Manggha’ Jasienski. The collection of Wyspianski’s drawings, sketches and designs as well as biographical material and documentation are accessible for research purposes. The ground-floor showrooms are intended for temporary shows, mainly relating to the period of Young Poland. This part of the Museum’s activity was inaugurated by the exhibition entitled As Time Goes By, As Nights Go By, Or From The National Museum To The Mad Cabaret, which recalled the Zielony Balonik cabaret.   
Address: 11 Szczepanska Street
Opening hours:
Mondays – Tuesdays – closed

Wednesdays – Saturdays – 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sundays – 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Tickets:
8 PLN – normal

4 PLN – reduced

*free admission on Sundays





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