The Archives of Wawel Royal Castle contain documents, manuscripts and records
The ceramics collection, consisting of over 1400 items was created through donations and purchases.
Stone sculptures and architectural details.
The collection of paintings comprises over 1000 oil paintings and several hundred watercolours, pastels and<br />drawings.
A collection of furniture created in Europe from the end of the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 20th century.
The collection includes copper, brass, bronze, tin and iron artistic objects, made and decorated using<br />various techniques.
One of the most valuable Polish collections of antique weapons, from the 13th to the 17th century
Models of Wawel Castle and a collection of plaster casts of architectural and sculptural elements from the Royal Castle and Wawel Cathedral.
The collection encompasses objects from antiquity through the early 20th century.
Old Polish and Western European glasses.
The collection of textiles, with about 730 items, is one of the most important at Wawel because of the items’<br />age and their connection with the royal residence.
This valuable, albeit small, collection could make a significant contribution to research into the history of<br />clock-making.
Jewels, silver and gold items, jewels, ivory and amber sculptures, jewelery miniatures, and numismatics.