Garden of the Archaeological Museum
ul. Poselska 3
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One of the largest and most beautiful gardens in the very centre of the city. It belongs to the compound known as the complex of St Michael, named after the Church of St Michael and St Joseph that used to stand here. Since 1967, the premises of the former monastery have been home to the Archaeological Museum.
The garden of the museum is a meeting place of Kraków’s cultural and academic milieux, and a backdrop for concerts and open-air events, including the Archaeological Picnic.
Ticket to the museum entitles visitors to explore the garden.
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