This very obscure branch of the Kraków Museum sits at the bottom of Św. Bronislawa's Hill, not far from the Błonia, though it's hard to imagine anyone discovering it by accident without being hopelessly lost. Located in an early 20th century residence, exhibition space is limited to a few rooms over two floors which play host to changing exhibits related to the neighbourhood (Zwierzyniec), and a small permanent display showing what a suburban residence such as this one might have looked like 100 years ago. Overall, it's entirely missable and we wouldn't expect you to go running for it unless you found yourself 100 metres away during a hailstorm.
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Open 10:00-17:00. Closed Mon, Tue.