ul. Tetmajera 28
Rydlówka, a one-of-a-kind destination, has multiple links to the art of the Young Poland movement – including painting, literature, playwriting and theatre. This place has left its mark in the history of Polish literature and history through a number of factors such as the efforts of the subsequent owners of the manor house, its inhabitants and the artists of the Young Poland movement who visited it, a seemingly ordinary event, such as the wedding of Lucjan Rydel, and an extraordinary event, such as the wedding depicted in the play “Wesele” written by Stanisław Wyspiański being set in Rydlówka. The manor house is filled with the atmosphere of Kraków from the turn of the 19th and 20th century – it was a meeting place and a point of convergence for events and the established ways characteristic of the time.
Tickets PLN 16/12, family PLN 32; admission free on Wednesday
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