Archeology Museum

  ul. Cieszyńskiego 9 ,   Old Town          (+48) 71 347 16 96     18 Oct 2022
Like many of the best museums in Poland, Wrocław's Archaeological Museum is located inside a building that's a museum in itself. In this instance the city's former 15th-century Arsenal plays host to the usual suspects found lurking in most museums of its type. There are English captions now for many exhibits, while others, such as the gargoyles and the reconstructed thatched house fascinate without the need to know more. With four free permanent exhibits - Stone Age and early Bronze Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Medieval Silesia, displays include everyday objects from these times such as weapons, ornaments and tools; note that temporary exhibits sometimes require an additional paid ticket. In the same building you'll also find the Military Museum.


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Open 11:00-17:00. Sun 10:00-18:00, Closed Mon, Tue.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 15/10zł. Thursday permanent exhibitions free entry.


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To my humble experience the building itself is not worth the visit. So go visit this museum only if you are *really* interested in archaelogy or weapons and helmets (same ticket for military museum). That said the two museums (archaelogy and military) are well designed.
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