What to See

Wawel Royal Castle and Wawel Cathedral are two separate and independently functioning institutions.
The Castle encompasses several permanent exhibitions and seasonal attractions; the museum also holds temporary exhibitions.
Wawel Hill available until 7 pm.

Temporarily closure due to conservation review:
  • The Lost Wawel April: until April 12, 2024 
Scheduled exhibition openings:
  • Dragon's Den from April 20, 2024
  • Royal Gardens from April 26, 2024
  • Sandomierska Tower from April 27, 2024
  • Wawel Recovered from July 1, 2024

Permanent Exhibitions

State Rooms

Royal Private Apartments

The Porcelain Cabinet

Crown Treasury

Armoury

Ottoman Tukish Tents

Art of the Orient

Wawel Underground: The Lapidarium

The Lost Wawel

Routes and combination tickets (Seasonal Availability)

Wawel for Enthusiasts | special joint ticked

Royal Gardens

Closed Today

Dragon's den

Closed Today

Sandomierska Tower

Closed Today

The Lost Wawel and the Church of Saint Gereon Timed tours with guide

The Church of Saint Gereon

Wawel: The Most Precious Timed tours with guide

Current Temporary Exhibitions

WYSPIAŃSKI’S WAWEL

WYSPIA Contemporary Art

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