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Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Manggha

In the city
Contact ul. M. Konopnickiej 26
30-302 Kraków

tel.: 12 267 27 03
tel.: 12 267 37 53
e-mail: muzeum@manggha.pl


The Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology was established on the initiative of Andrzej Wajda and opened in 1994 as the Manggha Center of Japanese Art and Technology.

For ten years it was a branch of the National Museum in Krakow, being at the same time a place of active activity of the Kyoto - Krakow Foundation for them. Andrzej Wajda and Krystyna Zachwatowicz. In 2005, independent by the decision of the Minister of Culture, she was granted the status of a state cultural institution, and since 2007 she has been operating as a museum facility.

The Manggha Museum is the only state institution popularizing Japanese culture in Poland, which combines museum activities with the organization of undertakings typical of a modern cultural institution. The main criterion for creating the program of events is, in addition to the high artistic rank, the attractiveness of the show to the public. Due to the distinct cultural differences, the way to present distant and often incomprehensible specialist knowledge becomes the key. The methods that have been developed over the years by the Manggha Museum team allow for an insightful and attractive presentation of phenomena related to the ancient and contemporary Japan.

The activity of the Manggha Museum originates from the spirit of the great Polish collector and art expert Feliks Jasieński, patron of the institution. It is to be consistent with its deep and still current understanding of the social role of art, which serves the broad audience, shapes and educates, is easily accessible and widely known, and not hidden in magazines. The Manggha Museum - an institution founded by Andrzej Wajda - also realizes in practice the vision of its Founder: a vision of the place where Poland meets with Japan, and a rich Japanese tradition is presented alongside the latest technological advances; a vision of an open and friendly place for everyone here.


The Manggha Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00


PLN 20 (normal)

PLN 15 (reduced)

35 PLN (family: parent or parents + minimum 1 child up to 18 years - maximum 4 people)

100 PLN (group: maximum group up to 30 people)

PLN 1 (ministerial action for children and youth 7-16 years is entitled to a ticket for PLN 1, the ticket is not available to groups)

Tuesday - free admission



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Kraków, Małopolskie
M. Konopnickiej 26, 30-302 Kraków

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