Though the building was never technially open to the general public, and the window cannot be seen from the outside, getting inside for a view was previously possible by chatting up the porter; following an ownership change, however, the building is now completely closed to tourists.
In 2018, the Kraków Stained Glass Museum created a copy of Wyspiański's Apollo window, which is presently on display as a temporary exhibit in the Stained Glass Museum. We hope that it finds a permanent home for public view in the future.
If you only visit one church in Kraków, make it St. Francis Basilica. Built in the 13th century, St. Francis' was the first brick building in Kraków, but its legacy was forged at turn of the century when Wyspiański filled the interior with colourful Art
Stained Glass Museum
Al. Krasińskiego 23
Pl. Wszystkich Świętych 2