The Czapski Museum (National Museum in Krakow)

The Emeryk Hutten-Czapski Museum constitutes the oldest and largest branch of the National Museum in Krakow. The neo-classical Czapski Palace, built in 1884 and designed by Antoni Siedek, functions as its main building and houses the world-renowned exhibition presenting the history of Polish coinage and medal art.

The numismatic collection, still expanding in the palace, now boasts over 100,000 objects, including 2,500 most valuable items which can be admired on display occupying almost the entire building. The beautiful, renovated rooms of the palace and unique interiors of the museum pavilion will delight the visitors with numerous unique or even legendary coins and the most beautiful medals, along with the rarest old prints and maps.

Reviews

5/55/55/55/55/5 National Museum in Krakow

By Eligiusz on January 15, 2017

The most famous Polish collections of coins, collected by earl Emeryk Hutten Czapski. Beautiful coins and medals since ancient times till XiX century. Please worth of seeing.

5/55/55/55/55/5 Obligation in Krakow

By kuubuus on June 22, 2015

For everyone who collect coins nr 1