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The main building of the Tatra Museum is a valuable monument of architecture in the Zakopane Style. It was built between 1913 and 1922 to a design worked out jointly by Stanislaw Witkiewicz (façade) and Franciszek Mączyński (technical design...more
A museum to get into the history of the Tatra mountains and the region.
You will get a little document on English telling you about the museum, and what you can expect to see on each part of it. However, to be honest I wouldn't...More
This is the key musuem of Zakopane and the Tatra region and forma a pivotal base for the rest of the museum network which are dotted in different villas of the Zakopane style around the town. Here you can see examples of the local Tatra...More
We had a guide that took us from Krakow so it was great to have someone explaining the artifacts and exhibits since everything seems to be in Polish. I think there may be a entrance fee but our guide had it covered so im not...More
We went here purely because my fiancé really wanted to see the taxidermy animals upstairs. There appeared to be quite a lot of stuff in the museum regarding the history of the local area and it's culture however nothing was written in English so we...More
It,s a different mountain from the others you can reach it by car by cable car .there are a lot of things to do (activities) tobagan run ec . Long street with market . A place to visit for sure . Last but not least...More
The Tatra Mountain Museum is right off of the pedestrian street in Zakopane. There were wildlife and geological exhibits and lots of old photos detailing the history of the area. Most of the information is in Polish only but it is still an interesting museum...More
By comparison to everything surrounding it, this museum is downright quaint, unfortunately, it seems all of the money in town has gone to updating everything else and passed it by. There's some interesting items on display but without a guide it would be rather light...More
Be aware that there is an entrance fee, not much, but be aware. The displays and explanations were great and gave a good idea of the history of the region. There was a natural history of the area on display, as well as geology which...More