Archidiocesan Museum in Gniezno

Description

The Archdiocesan Museum holds a collection of sacral sculpture and painting, liturgical fabrics, ­coffin portraits and votive offerings.

Opening hours:

May - October: Mon - Sat - 9am to 7pm, Sun - 9am - 4pm

November - April: Tues - Sat - 9am - 4 pm

A. 2016

Opening hours

May-October MON-SAT 9am-5pm/SUN 9am-4pm

Ticket's prices

Adult 10 PLN, reduced 6 PLN

Exhibition

Exhibitions of sacral sculpture, ecclesiastical garments, burial exhibits in Baroque style and exhibitions of personal items of Polish Cardinal Wyszynski and Pope John Paul II. The museum is well-known for the relic of Saint Wojciech, a precious artifact in the shape of an arm. The relic was offered to Boleslaw Chrobry by Emperor Otton III in 1000.

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