St. Elisabeth's Church in Wroclaw
Is it just us, or does everything seem much better in Wroclaw than Poland’s capital, Warsaw? The National Museum in Wroclaw (or the Muzeum Naradowe) offers one of the largest collections of Polish art in the country.
The museum houses numerous pre-18th century religious art, altarpieces, urns for relics, and numerous pieces depicting saints. There’s also a collection of applied art with national themes, such as uprisings and notable figures in Polish history. Additionally, there is a 20th century art collection on the top floor, which is perhaps the most interesting exhibit in the entire museum.
The museum is located on Pl. Powstancow Warszawy and open daily from 10:00am to 5:00pm and Saturdays from 10:00am to 6:00pm and closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (although strangely it is open the last Tuesday of every month). Admission is 15 zloty for adults and 10 zloty for children. For more information, contact +48 71 343 88 39.