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The Museum of Burgeois Art

Local name: Muzeum Sztuki Mieszczańskiej

Located inside: Old Town Hall

The museum facility presents the history of Wrocław craft workshops and art from the Middle Ages to the present day. The museum seat itself is attractive - the Old Town Hall in a beautiful, late Gothic style.

The collections displayed in stylish halls are silver products from Wrocław goldsmiths from the 16th to the 19th century in the Prince's Hall, a collective portrait of councilors and lay judges in the Council's Senior Chamber, the Gallery of Famous Wroclawians in the Bourgeois Hall. Other noteworthy interiors are the giant Great Hall with an area of over 650 m2 with original rib vaults, portals and reliefs, a richly decorated Council Hall and a more modest Council Chancellery.

The museum also organizes temporary exhibitions, including exhibitions of paintings by masters of the size of Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol. The facility operates as a branch of the City Museum of Wrocław, and its most important exhibit is the historic town hall building.


Attractions inside

    The Museum of Burgeois Art map
    Rynek 5050-107 Wrocław , Poland