Old Royal Palace with a reconstructed baroque garden that is located in Kazimierza Wielkiego Street  35 has been transformed into the modern centre of exhibition for the City Museum of Wroclaw. In the museum one can find such departments as: Historical Museum, Medal Art Museum and Bourgeois Art Museum. In the eastern and southern part of the building there is a permanent exhibition of “1000 years of Wroclaw”.

Within the confines of the exhibition one can find above 3000 objects that illustrate the history of Wroclaw, from the middle ages to modern times. The reconstructed chambers of lords that lived in the Palace and the original interior of Beyersdorf’s room are the places that are worth seeing. The historical exhibition is completed by the art of Wroclaw’s artists from the last two centuries which is located in the western part of the museum. The nice thing in the museum is the fact that you can use an audiovisual tool there which translates the guide into two languages(English and German).

One can find a conference room that is furnished with multimedia projectors, a bookshop and a library in the palace. In the basement of the palace the guests can drink some beverages and when it is warm outside they can rest in the baroque garden next to the stone sculptures of four seasons.

The opening hours:

Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Ticket price:

adults 15 zł,

reduced ticket 10 zł

families 30 zł

Source: Muzeum Miejskie

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