Museum of the Archdiocese in Wroclaw

 

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The Museum of the Archdiocese has existed since 1898. The museum collects, conservates and displays artistic and historical works of art. The exhibition includes sculpture, painting, textile art (14th – 19th century) and ancient relics: mummies, wedge alphabet plates, olive lamps etc.

The Museum of the Archdiocese in Wroclaw is one of the oldest such places in Poland. It distinguishes from other museum with vast, and rare collection of antiques, so one may call it a shrine of invaluable memoirs of the past. The speciality of the collection is a set of ancient and Gothic relics, dating back to the Piast times of Silesia. The circumstances of its establishment, as well as its collection, is extraordinary, thus deserving closer learning.

Address: 16 Katedralny Square

Opening hours:
Mondays - closed

Tuesdays – Sundays – 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Tickets:
4 PLN – normal

3 PLN – reduced



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