Zwierzyniec House

ul. Królowej Jadwigi 41


no information found

Closed until further notice.

We’ll be taken on a journey to the past with exhibitions and meetings revealing the traditions and history of one of the most fascinating of Kraków’s suburbs.

Zwierzyniec – once a village, later a suburb and today a district of Kraków – has a beguiling history and a wealth of traditions. The courtyard of the Norbertine Convent is the starting point of the annual Lajkonik parade and it hosts the popular Emaus Indulgence every Easter Monday; it’s also the birthplace of the tradition of Cracovian nativity scenes, dating back to the mid-19th century. The history and folklore of Kraków’s suburbs is introduced by the Museum of Krakow through exhibitions and events hosted in a typical suburban tenement house from the turn of the 20th century. The permanent exhibition Suburban Apartment a Century Ago presents everyday objects, many of which now seem mysterious.

Tickets: regular PLN 10, concessions PLN 8, family PLN 20

OK We use cookies to facilitate the use of our services. If you do not want cookies to be saved on your hard drive, change the settings of your browser.