The Cathedral and the Castle have different ticket offices. Tickets for the Cathedral can be purchased only in the ticket office directly opposite the Cathedral entrance, and cover the Cathedral itself, the Royal Crypts, Sigismund Bell tower, and the Cathedral Museum (in a separate building), as well as the Archdiocesan Museum on ul. Kanonicza. Audioguides are recommended to make the most of the experience, and can be rented here for an additional 12/8zł (in Polish, English, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Czech, French, Hungarian, Ukrainian and in Slovak).
Open 09:00-16:30. Sun 12:30-16:30.
November-March: Mon-Sat 09:00-15:30, Sun 12:30-15:30.
Price/Additional InfoTickets covering Wawel Cathedral, the Cathedral Museum, Royal Crypts, Sigismund Bell and Archdiocesan Museum of Cardinal Karol Wojtyła cost 22/15zł.
The scene of the crowning of almost every Polish king and queen throughout history, the current Wawel Cathedral is the third to be built on the site. The first cathedral was built of wood, probably around 1020, but certainly after the founding of the Bis
Opened in 1978 by Karol Wojtyła just before he became Pope John Paul II
Wawel Visitor Centre