Address: 33-300 Nowy Sącz, Lwowska Street 3

(0-18) 443 77 08, fax (0-18) 443 78 65,
Management, other data


Tuesday – Thursday 9.30 am – 3.00 pm

Friday 9 am – 5 pm

Saturday, holidays 9 am – 4 pm


The Gothic House is closed: on Sundays and Mondays, Easter, Corpus Christi, 1st and 6th January, 1st November, 25th and 26th December.


Entry fees:

normal ticket – 8 zł

discount ticket – 5 zł *



Ticket for 1 zł – see

Free entry day – Saturday


A total tour of the Gothic House, Gallery of Maria Ritter and Old Interiors of Tenants:

normal ticket – 12 zł

discount ticket – 8 zł

Family ticket (2 adults +3 children up to 16 years old) – 30 PLN.

for every next child (up to 16) – 2 PLN


In the case of organizing outdoor events, temporary exhibitions, concerts, meetings, conferences and other similar forms, ticket prices may vary on a different level and will be determined by the director of the museum each time.


Share the object for a photo session – 120 zł for 2 hours


GOTHIC HOUSE also called Canonical House, Approximately 1448 adapted for the needs of the canons of the collegiate church. St. Margaret (now minor basilica) and used by them until 1791. The brick building, partially supported, consisting of two blocks covered with separate roofs, one storey, with basement. Late Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque windows elements. In the years 1958 – 1964 the interior of the building was rebuilt and designed for museum purposes. The Gothic House is the headquarters of the Regional Museum in Nowy Sącz and a permanent exhibition of art from the area of Nowy Sącz and temporary exhibitions in the area of history, culture and art. Permanent exhibition: „The old art of Nowy Sacz and the surrounding area” with topics: „Sacral art of the 14th – 19th century”, „Royal Castle in Nowy Sącz”, „Gallery of mayors of Nowy Sacz from the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century”, “Folk art from the 18th to the early 20th century”, „Art of courtiers from 17th to 19th centuries”. Noteworthy is the collection of Orthodox art from the XV – XIX century with the West Lemko icons.