Wroclaw

Wrocław National Museum

  Pl. Powstańców Warszawy 5 ,   Old Town          (+48) 71 372 51 50     26 Jul 2022
Located in a gorgeous ivy-covered Dutch Neo-Renaissance building from the 19th century, Wrocław's National Museum houses one of the largest collections of Polish art. While the collections may not be the best in Europe, the interior is breathtaking, and there is a certain aura to the setting that makes this a must for art history buffs. There are five permanent exhibits:
 
Silesian Art of the 12-16th centuries Including lots of stone sculpture work and medieval religious art.
Silesian Art of the 16-19th centuries Covering the Renaissance up to the beginnings of Modernism.
Polish Art of the 17-19th centuries Including national artefacts and historical paintings by Gierymski, Grottger, Malczewski and Matejko.
European Art of the 15-20th centuries Following the leading artistic movements with work by Pieter Brueghel the Younger, Agnolo Bronzino, Cosimo Rosselli, Raphael’s father Giovanni Santi, and Wassily Kandinsky.
Masterpieces of Eastern handicraft
Displayed in the building's attic.

TICKET DETAILS:
Regular ticket: 20 zł
Discount ticket: 15 zł
Group ticket: 10 zł
Family ticket: 10 zł/person
Special ticket: 3 zł
Special ticket for pupils and students up to the age of 26: 1 zł
On Saturdays free admission to the permanent exhibitions

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Amenities

Child-friendly
Facilities for disabled

Open

Last entrance 30 minutes before closing.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 20/15zł for permanent exhibition, students under 26 (with ID) 1zł. Sat free for permanent exhibitions.

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21.05.2011
Frederic

Very interesting museum to visit if you're a little bit interested in art.I found that the silesian middle age exhibit was the most interesting with magnificent wooden tryptics for example.The later centuries exhibits seemed to me a little bit less interesting but as I am a XIXth century lover I could find some interesting paintings from that period (but no masterpieces).There are a few interesting pieces from XXth century too for example several works from the communist era.Last but not least the building itself is quite beautiful from the inside and is worth the visit!To sum up worth the visit!
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