Stained-Glass Museum

al. Krasińskiego 23

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More than a museum, it is a living hub of stained-glass decoration in a famous Kraków workshop, and its designs have radiated across the city for over a century.

Besides admiring the objects presented at the permanent exhibition, in this Art Nouveau townhouse we can witness the process of making stained-glass decoration that has not changed in hundreds of years. In Kraków alone, there are more than 200 stained-glass compositions that this workshop, operating since 1902, has produced. It has collaborated with the most eminent artists of the early 20th century, Stanisław Wyspiański and Józef Mehoffer, and it is here that their beautiful stained-glass decorations that we now admire in Wawel and in the Franciscan Church were made. In the Stained-Glass Museum, exhibition spaces intertwine with the operating “live” studio, therefore while visiting you watch the process of the creation of the works among the convivial atmosphere of a historical studio, directly above the heads of the artists and craftsmen. Which is why visits are organised only at specific times, and only with a guide.

For gropus reservation required!

Tickets: normal PLN 28, concessions PLN 23 (in Polish), normal PLN 35, concessions PLN 29 (in English)

Opening times:
02 January - 31 December
Mon closed, Tue-Sat 12:00-18:00, Sun closed
al. Krasińskiego 23
+48 512 937 979
For whom: for children
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