We invite you to one of the most interesting museum in Krakow: Ethnic Museum located in Krakow’s Kazimierz. It is one of the least visited museums in Cracow but also happens to be one of the most delightful. You’ll find it in the former Town Hall that dominates Plac Wolnica in Kazimierz. On the ground floor there is a chain of rooms, each one an authentic reproduction of a folk interior from different regions of Poland. Inhabitants of the villages actually came to Cracow to create the interiors, so it feels like the real deal. Upstairs there’s a dizzying array of folk costumes, whilst the display of painted Easter eggs could trump many a contemporary artist. Other standouts include a rather splendid 17th century wayside shrine with a sorrowing Christ carved into the top. The extensive range of ploughing implements may not be the most riveting thing you’ve ever seen, but all in all this museum is a treasure trove and if you don’t have time to explore the countryside, it’s well worth dropping by.
After the part of the Museum we will take you to traditional Polish restaurant, located out of Krakow. You will enjoy traditional Polish dinner , tasting Polish specials, like dumplings, sausages and many more. You will celebrate this evening with a glass of wine or Polish beer, and of course, with a shot of Polish vodka.
Available on: Thursday (from 1st April to 30th September)
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|Dinner (+ non-alcoholic
drinks + 1 alcoholic drink)
Please note that this tour is not available on: 25th of December, 31st of December, 1st of January, Eastern Saturday afternoon and Eastern Sunday.