After exploring the Old Town Square, we stumbled across Muzeum Krakowa (given that it’s based under the main building and ticket office on the other side of the building), we paid approx. £10 each for entry into the museum. In the ticket office, there is a coin souvenir machine for a small takeaway before entering the museum.
Entering the museum is easy enough however keeping track of each exhibition is not so thus we had a good explore of the museum itself and each exhibition which includes relics of the past (combs, jewellery etc.), a floor map of medical trade routes, videos and interactive digital booklets which shed light on the history of the city.
There are also mock graves, wells with skeletons and utensils, and 3D models of what the medieval city looked like, along with large sections of road which shows how each era built for carriages to travel.
There was a tour guide which I stuck close to at points as they further expanding on the lore of the city in enthusiastic and engaging dialogue.
The entire museum takes around 2+ hours to fully complete which ends with a series of mini-cinema rooms showing how the museum was built and constructed in the early 2000s, and finished with a small gift shop.