Ethnographic Museum in Wrocław and its collection

Ethnographic Museum in Wrocław

The Ethnographic Museum in Wrocław is part of the the National Museum in Wrocław and is housed in the 18th-century Neo-Baroque summer palace of Wrocław's bishops. The museum aims to illustrate the culture of former Eastern frontiers of Poland, the culture of the Lemko people and Byzantine Catholic communities and Polish post-war repatriate communities from former Yugoslavia, Romanian Bukovina, France and Belgium. It holds collections of figurative beehives, gingerbread baking tins, painted furniture, painted glass and devotional sculpture and prints.

Ethnographic Museum in Wrocław
gen. Romualda Traugutta 111/113
50-419 Wrocław

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Opening hours

Summer season (1.04–30.09):
Tu–We 10:00–16:00
Th 9:00–16:00
Fri–Sun 10:00–16:00

Winter season (1.10–31.03):
Tu–We 10:00–16:00
Th 10:00–18:00
Fri 10:00–16:00
Sat 10:00–17:00
Sun 10:00–16:00


ReducedPLN 8.00
FamilyPLN 5.00
Normal ratePLN 10.00


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gen. Romualda Traugutta 111/113, Wrocław

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