John Paul II lived here - twice. Once as Karol Wojtyła, the young priest with a penchant for skiing (his Head skis are on show) and later as a bishop, in grander, adjacent rooms. The Archdiocesan doubles as a small but well-presented showcase of beautiful sacral art, some dating back to the 13th century. Among the items on display, you will find presents to His Holiness from heads-of-state. All very nice, but the exhibition will only hold the attention of true papal enthusiasts, and visitors can expect to be tailed by over-zealous curators. Personal guided tours available or for groups up to 25 people in French, English and Polish.