Located outside the Old Town in the gorgeous 18th-century Neo-Baroque summer palace of Wrocław's bishops, this under-appreciated museum traces Silesian folk culture and customs. The best part may be the top floor where life-sized dolls are arranged in quaint scenes of life in the region before 1945, part of the permanent exhibition: 'Lower Silesians – Memory, Culture, Identity'. It won't take you long to see it, but the national costumes and farm equipment offer a glimpse of life you won't find in urban Wrocław. And the museum's strange fondness for the definite article in the English labels is worth a giggle. To get there take tram 3 from 'Rynek,' getting off at 'Pl. Zgody.'