Lost Wawel

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This permanent exhibition, opened in 1975, presents archaeological discoveries,  fragments of  architecture and the history of the development of Wawel Hill from the Middle Ages to modern times. It is located in the basement of a building which encloses the arcaded courtyard from the west. The archaeological and  architectural collection created here, comprises the remains of the Renaissance royal kitchens, the remnants of the Gothic castle, and above all, the four-apsed Rotunda of the Blessed Virgin Mary –later re-named the Rotunda of SS. Felix and Adauctus. The spatial arrangement was designed by Adam Młodzianowski.

25-31 July 2016 closed

1 April – 31 October:
Mon 9:30am-1pm (admission free), Tue-Fri 9:30am-5pm, Sat-Sun 10am-5pm; tickets PLN 8/5; from 4 April 2013 PLN 10/8
2 November – 31 March:
Tue-Sat 9:30am-4pm, Sun 10am-4pm (admission free); tickets PLN 7/4

closed: 1 January, Easter (Saturday, Sunday), 1, 11 November 24, 25, 26, 31 December

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