Once renowned for its possession of Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine - one of only three existent Da Vinci oil paintings and a sentimental favourite for Poles, reproduced and hung in many a living room, the Czartoryski was Kraków's most famous and most visited museum until its closure for renovations in 2010, with no reopening target date even set. In 2016 the Czartoryski collection was sold to the Polish state and became the property of the Kraków National Museum. Today Lady With an Ermine is on display at the main branch of the National Museum. Those with an interest in the Czartoryski collection other than da Vinci's varmint-holding muse should consider visiting the Gallery Of Ancient Art located across the street at ul. Pijarska 8, or the Europeum (Pl. Sikorskiego 6), which also currently hosts part of the European painting collection.