Housed in the beautiful 16th-century Górka Palace, Poznań’s Archaeology Museum contains a collection of 42,000 rare and mystifying objects that chart life in North Africa and prehistoric Poland. The first part of the museum takes you through the earliest settlements in the region, with life-sized figures as well as miniature dioramas depicting life from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. The other permanent exhibits include 'Death and Life in Ancient Egypt,' 'Archeology of Sudan,' 'Rock Art of North Africa,' and there is also a three-metre-tall granite monolith, the Obelisk of Ramesses II, located in the courtyard.
Facilities for disabled
Last admission to the museum is half an hour before closing.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission 10/6zł. Sat free. Free audio guides avaliable in English.
Genius Loci Archaeological Preserve
ul. Ks. I. Posadzego 3
Genius Loci gives a different view on Poznań’s medieval genesis by unearthing, reconstructing, and offering insight into the lives of those early individuals who inhabited the island one thousand years ago. Explore multimedia displays, documentary fil