This concept store located over two floors inside the Wyspiański Pavilion offers a carefully curated selection of unique products made by local Cracovian craftsmen (and women!), artists, musicians, designers, chefs, writers and other creatives. These items tell the 'story of Kraków' not only through the things they represent, but the local people that made them. While the Cloth Hall is regrettably filled with mostly kitsch gifts, gadgets and typical city souvenirs, many of which are not even made in Poland, Kraków Story strives to support local artists and products that are representative of the city by virtue of being invented, thought of or made here. The shop even has local experts - people known for their contributions to the city's creative community - as official curators of what makes it onto the shelves in the categories of lifestyle, culinary arts, fashion, literature and music. Among the items you'll find food items like hummus, honey, coffee beans roasted in Kraków, juices pressed from local fruits; clothing, jewellery and accessories by local designers; graphics, prints, posters; books, magazines, comics, LPs and more. The space also hosts occasional free workshops and is a meeting space for local creatives and entreprenaurs, as well as a tourist information point. Check it out.