Pan Tadeusz Museum

  Rynek 6 ,   Old Town          (+48) 71 755 06 00     22 Dec 2023
Find out more than you ever thought you would about Polish bard Adam Mickiewicz (and his times) at this new, more inviting branch of Wrocław's Ossolineum, occupying some prime market square real estate with super-modern, multi-lingual, multimedia museum exhibits. Pride of place goes to the original manuscript of Mickiewicz's epic poem Pan Tadeusz (from which the museum takes its name), surrounded by hundreds of historical objects, digital documents and photos, 3D animation and augmented reality displays - a fantastic way to learn about Romantic-era Poland, even if you have little interest in poetry itself. Additional exhibits focus on 20th-century history via the life stories of Polish patriots Jan Nowak-Jeziorański and Władysław Bartoszewski - who both left large collections to the Ossolineum upon their passing, and poet Tadeusz Różewicz based on the writer's own reflections. A limited number of free audioguides are available to augment the exhibits, and athe museum also includes a lovely courtyard and bookshop.

Average visiting time: 1.5hrs.


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Facilities for disabled


Open 10:00-17:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 25/15zł, family ticket 40zł.


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