The gorgeously renovated Stara Strzelnica shooting gallery is home to the new permanent exhibit of Kraków's Photography Museum. Located in Wola Justowska - an affluent neighbourhood west of the centre, the almost entirely wood and glass historical building dates back to the 1880s and was used as a shooting range by the Kraków Rifle Association and later by Piłsudski's Polish Legions. Though in ruins for decades, the building has been thoroughly restored and also features a fancy restaurant and bookshop. The permanent exhibit 'Portrait' examines the multifaceted nature of the photographic portrait and its evolution over time, including various photography equipment and techniques, culminating in the rise and prevalence of...the 'selfie' (gag). There's also an excellent outdoor exhibit of the work of award-winning local photographer Wojciech Plewiński, plus a restaurant. To get there involves a 20min bus ride and short walk (take buses 102, 134, 152, 192, 252 or 902 and get off at 'Strzelnica'), but for shutterbugs, it's worth it just to photograph the building itself.