Plan your visit

The Dominican Museum is located in the priory’s buildings, ul. Stolarska 12, Krakow. It is in the very centre of Krakow’s Oldtown.

How to get here by public transport:

Trams: 1, 6, 8, 13, 18 (the nearest bus stop: Plac Wszystkich Świętych).

The Museum does not have any parking facilities.

Opening hours

  • Monday closed
  • Tuesday closed
  • Wednesday closed
  • Thursday 10:00–16:00
  • Friday 10:00–18:00
  • Saturday 10:00–16:00
  • Sunday closed

The tickets to the Museum are free of charge.

Please book your ticket here

Note: If the limit of time slots booked online for a specific day is reached, we cannot guarantee that more tickets will be available at our ticket office.

Enter the building by the priory’s gate (12 Stolarska Street), go straight, continue down the stairs. Next, turn left and then right, as the cloister follows. Go straight and in the corner, on your left, you will see the entrance to the atrium. Go straight through the atrium until you reach our Museum’s door.

  • Due to the architectural features of the priory, the Museum is not adjusted to independent visiting by people with disabilities. However, there is a possibility of organizing such a visit after an earlier reservation. Please contact us during the Museum’s opening hours:, (+48) 694 480 689.
  • If you wish to learn about the Museum’s safety rules, please refer to „Regulamin zwiedzania Muzeum Dominikanów w Krakowie”(Rules and Regulations for Visiting the Dominican Museum in Kraków)
  • Toilets are available in the priory’s cloisters.
  • Please leave your luggage, coat or umbrella in the locker at the Museum’s entrance.
  • It is forbidden to consume food and drinks inside the Museum.
  • Taking photos and video filming are allowed but please mind safety of the exhibits and do not disturb other visitors. It is strictly forbidden to use a flash lamp or a tripod, except when the permission is given by the Museum staff.
  • The Museum does not take responsibility for lost belongings. In case of leaving anything behind in the Museum’s rooms, please contact the Museum’s staff in its opening hours, during the first seven days following your visit.