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 8 pm
Please Note: the Castle, Information and Ticket offices are closed on:November 1, December 24-25, January 1
The Wawel Recovered exhibition is closed until further information.

Permanent Exhibitions

State Rooms

Royal Private Apartments

Crown Treasury


Art of the Orient: Ottoman Turkish Tents

The Lost Wawel

Seasonal Routes (Seasonal Availability - weather Permitting)

Wawel from A to Z | visit the whole Castle WITHOUT a guide

Dragon's den

Sandomierska Tower

Royal Gardens

The Church of Saint Gereon

The First Floor Galleries

Gardens, Courtyards, and the Church of Saint Gereon Timed tours with guide

Wawel: The Most Precious Timed tours with guide

Current Temporary Exhibitions

Gifts from the Sun King

Titian and Others: The Newest Works in the Wawel Royal Castle Collection

Beksiński: Sculptures

Expression: Lviv Rococo Sculpture

WYSPIA Contemporary Art

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