Wroclaw

Theatre Museum

  Plac Wolności 7A ,   Old Town          (+48) 793 80 44 12     18 Oct 2022
This new museum is dedicated to the history of theatre in Wrocław, with a special focus on one of its brightest stars - dancer, mime, and stage director Henryk Tomaszewski, who founded the Pantomime Studio (later renamed as the Wrocław Theatre of Pantomime) in 1956. Located in a small standalone building near the National Music Forum, the museum's permanent exhibits include reconstructions of Tomaszewski's apartment and the office of theatre historian Professor Janusz Degler, including his impressive collection of theatre-related books. The high-quality exhibits held here are often of more interest, however, and worth investigating.

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Facilities for disabled

Open

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

Price/Additional Info

Admission 15/10zł, Thu free.

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