The Church of St Gereon




Amongst various forms of museum exhibitions, an archaeological and archaeolocal and architectonic reserve holds a special place. The concept of showcasing architectural relicts in a consciously organized space on the Wawel Hill has a long tradition. Thanks to the initiative of prof. Adolf Szyszko-Bohusz, two such exhibitions were arranged and made open to the public during the interwar period. In 2020, an archaeological and architectonic reserve located on the west-wing ground floor of the royal palace was opened to visitors once again. It was organised in the early 1920’s based on the research and project of Szyszko-Bohusz. The current arrangement takes into account the newest research reports. The subject of the exhibition are two chronologically consecutive sacral buildings: a Romanesque church and a Gothic chapel.  

Admission: regular 10 PLN, reduced 5 PLN

Opening times:
01 January - 22 April
Mon-Sun closed
23 April - 02 October
Mon closed, Tue-Sun 9:30-17:00
03 October - 31 December
Mon-Sun closed
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