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I knew virtually nothing about Jan Matejko, but saw this museum and thought I'd look around. I did learn something of his art as I went through the house, but absolutely the best part was that this was his actual house and as he was...More
I think that Matejko was a great artist and he was very important for Kraków. I'm glad that authorities decided to commemorate him after his death and organised museum in the house he was living at. So I think the idea was great.
Interesting Little Museum in Krakow dedicated to the Polish artist Jan Matejko. He's from Krakow and is one of Poland's most important artists. This home preserves his life and you can see some of his paintings and furnishings. You can also see what his studio...More
At the Stained Glass museum, my friend and I learned about Matejko so when I learned that he had a museum I wanted to go. My friend bowed out but I headed there and was pleasantly surprised that the museum was free. The museum is...More
Hard to locate as not much of a sign but well worth a visit if you have an hour to spare. Go for the lovely portraits Jan Matjko painted but also for the house. He lived here most of his life and there's quite a...More
If you have marveled at the works of Jan Matejko, you will not want to miss this museum in the house where he was born, lived, painted and died. It is a fabulous small museum and very easy to miss walking on ul Florianska. I...More
He was born, lived with his family and died in this house. Very unassuming building on one of Krakov's main tourist streets yet is always very quiet. People don't know what they are missing. It is free on a Tuesday and regardless of that well...More
The house of Jan Matejko is located in Florianka street in Krakow. Matejko was probably the most important painter of Poland. He painted many historical scenes that can be enjoyed both in Warsaw and Krakow museums, including some of them here. The house of Matejko...More
It's very easy to miss this place, as I myself did several times.
I suspect that, like me, most visitors simply barrel along full tilt northward towards St. Florian's Gate and don't even notice this fine old building at 41 Florianska.
This is a building...More