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Ethnographic Museum, Krakow

Ethnographic Museum, Krakow (must see)

After taking a look at how the elite and rich lived in medieval Krakow, why not sneak a peek at how it was to live like a commoner in the city. The Ethnographic Museum gives its viewers an insight into the lives of the working and peasant class of the 18th and 19th centuries, covering minute aspects like their festivals, day-to-day activities, and clothing. Fast becoming an interesting window into the Polish culture, the museum offers its viewers sights, sounds and tastes of its villages and culture. Not to be missed if you want to dive deeper and have a better understanding of the Polish ethos.

The Ethnographic Museum is rigorously looked after and huge efforts are put in to give an authentic feel to the exhibits. In fact, the museum actually has people from nearby towns and villages chipping in with the decorations and interiors that give it a more genuine feel.

Why You Should Visit:
Although some of the exhibits don't have English labels, overall this is indispensable as a guide to the country.
Cheap tickets (further discounted for seniors & teachers), and you can visit in just one hour.

Tip:
Download the google translate app and use the photo tool to translate the most interesting labels.

Opening Hours:
Tue-Sun: 10am-7pm
Free on Sundays
Sight description based on wikipedia

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Ethnographic Museum on Map

Sight Name: Ethnographic Museum
Sight Location: Krakow, Poland
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery
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