The National Museum in Poznan


The National Museum in Poznan is located in two buildings. The historic wing was built in 1904, it was designed by Carl Hinckeldeyn. The contemporary building was designed at the turn of the sixties and seventies of XX c. by Polish architect Marian Trzaska from Warsaw and adapted in the 90. by Witold Gyurkovich. It was opend for visitors in 2001.

Opening hours

  • Mon - closed
  • Tue - Thu 9:00am - 3:00 pm (11:00am - 5:00pm, from 16th of June to 15th of September)
  • Fri 12:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Sat - Sun 11:00am - 6:00pm

Ticket's prices

12/8 zl (regular/reduced)

Admission free on



Built in 1904, the eclectic seat of the National Museum's Gallery of Paintings and Sculpture features mainly collections of Western European paintings, including early 19th century Netherlandic, Dutch, Flemish, Italian, and German works and Poland's only collection of Spanish paintings, including works by Francisco Zurbaran, Diego Velasquez and Jose de Ribera. The Poznan collection also comprises valuable works by French masters.

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