Housed in an old monastery, the biggest highlight of the Archaeology Museum may be its beautiful garden (2zł charge if you aren't visiting the museum) - a great place to relax with fantastic views of Wawel in the distance. As for exhibits, they are a bit dated, but the museum does boast a big claim to fame - the Zbruch Idol - the only sculpture of a Slavic god in existence, and part of an exhibit on the prehistory of Małopolska. Other permanent exhibits include prehistoric pottery, Peruvian artefacts, and ancient Egypt - the latter including some beautiful shrouds, a number of intricately decorated sarcophagi and some mummified cats. Additionally, you'll find a permanent exhibit on the history of the museum itself and the monastery that houses it, for which a separate ticket is required (4/3zł), plus temporary exhibits.
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Open 09:00 - 15:00. Tue, Thu 09:00 - 18:00, Sun 11:00 - 16:00, Closed Sat.
Last entrance 30 minutes before closing.
Admission 12/7zł. Sun free for permanent exhibitions.
St. Adalbert’s Church
Kraków’s oldest church sits not unlike a lost orphan at the southeast corner of the m