The exhibition presents seven centuries worth of the history of European art, utilizing over 100 paintings and sculptures. This collection was gathered since the founding of the Museum through the year 1879, mainly as gifts, and was not initially covered with a specific policy, as the Museum was focused mainly on the Polish works of art. The situation changed after the World War II, when the Museum acquired outstanding Western European paintings and sculptures, such as The Crucifixion by Paolo Veneziano, Lorenzo Lotto’s Adoration of the Child, Pieter Breughel the Younger’s The Sermon of St. John the Baptist, a French 14th-century sculpture of Madonna with the Child or The Bishop’s Bust, created ca in 1500 in the Netherlands.
European art collection at Europeum in Krakow
Availability: Every day except Monday
Printed ticket only
Do this because
- Admire works of European art, collected over the centuries and constantly updated
- See Rembrandt's masterpiece
- Visit a beautifully restored building of an old granary
What to expect
- Entrance tickets
What's not included
- Food and drinks
Plac Sikorskiego 6, Krakow, Poland
What to remember
- You can get to the Museum by public transport, tram stop: Uniwersytet Jagielloński
- Present your PRINTED voucher in the ticket office of the venue
- Last visitors are admitted to the gallery and exhibitions 20 minutes before closing
- To get a student discount students must have a valid student ID card
Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 - 16:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100 % refund if you cancel up to 15 minutes before the activity begins.