Museums in Krakow
The museums in Krakow can bring visitors back 1,000 years or give insight into contemporary culture. With well over 20 museums, Krakow offers a breadth of culture through its number of art collections and public galleries.
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Visit Museums in Krakow
The abundance of museums and art galleries, some dating to the Middle Ages, give holidaymakers a great reason to visit Krakow. Of the museums across Poland, those in Krakow have established the best collections, putting them on par with major museums across the globe.
Wawel Castle National Collections Museum
Wawel Castle National Art Museum features furniture, paintings by Polish artists and a display of 16th-century Flemish tapestries. Wawel Treasury and Armory, one of the complex's museums, features royal memorabilia, jewels and arms. Out of Krakow's museums, tourists should make this one a priority.
National Museum, Krakow
The National Museum in Krakow has multiple branches, including the Main Building and Czartoryski Museum. The National Museum in Krakow ranks among the richest in the country, with a collection of over 750,000 items. This museum hosts many temporary exhibitions, plus permanent displays of works from da Vinci, Rembrandt, and Mostaert.
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