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SIGHTSEEING

May 1 – October 15
Tuesday – Sunday / 10am – 6pm (last entrance to the exhibition at 5pm)

October 16 – April 30
Tuesday – Sunday / 9am – 4pm (last entrance to the exhibition at 3pm)

The Galician Town will be closed on the following: Mondays, days after holidays, Easter holidays, Corpus Christi, 1st and 6th January, 1st November, 25th and 26th December.

Access by public transport 
line 25 –  Piątkowa-Mystków most direction
line 27 – Piątkowa-Łęg direction

 

Charges
Visiting the interior exhibition

Normal – 7 PLN
Reduced – 5 PLN
Family ticket (2 adults & 3 children under 16) – 22 PLN
Payment for family ticket for every next child (up to 16 years old) – 3 PLN

Charges
Visiting the interior exhibition and Sądecki Park Etnograficzny 

Normal – 14 PLN
Reduced – 8 PLN
After the summer season (October 16 – April 30) – 12 PLN
Family ticket (2 adults & 3 children under 16) – 32 PLN
Payment for family ticket for every next child (up to 16 years old) – 3 PLN

 

The guide service fee for groups and individuals
in polish – 50 PLN
in english – 70 PLN

Walk in the Galician Town without visiting the interiors – no fee.

The day free of fees for visiting the interior exhibition is Saturday.

You can buy tickets to the Sądecki Ethnographic Park in the Galician Town.

 

 

GALICIAN TOWN is a branch of the Sadecki Ethnographic Park. Reconstruction includes a small market square and a wall with several houses. The Galician town shows the nature of the former province of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In the western part of the market is the town hall. The building with a slim tower and arcaded rooms is a replica of the headquarters of Nowy Sącz. Its construction began at the beginning of the 19th century, but after the fire it was never finished. The Town Hall has a representative, conference and hotel functions. On the ground floor there is a reception, a café and an exhibition room; On the first floor is a reading room and a large, equipped with multimedia main room. On the top floor there are 12 stylishly furnished guest rooms. Two town houses are next to the Town Hall. One was equipped with photographic studio and watchmaking workshop; In the second house there is a potter's workshop. The westernmost building is the noble manor house of Łososina Górna. From town hall is separated by a green herb with stone lanterns decorated with stylish lanterns. The classical building is a reconstruction of the original, which was completely destroyed in the 1970s. On the ground floor there is a specialist library of the District Museum in Nowy Sacz. In the attic there are guest rooms and offices. An inseparable element of the architecture of villages and small towns has been and still is - fire-station. There are various equipment in the Town: cars, helmets, tools, fire hoses. In the houses at the market were decorated: a souvenir shop and an antique shop, a workshop of a craftsman making wooden decorations and toys, a pharmacy in retro style, a Jewish tailor's studio, a confectioner's shop and a post office. A separate exhibition was devoted to the unprofessional sculptors and painters from Paszyna, a well-known folk arts center. The smell of cinnamon and coffee invites you to the colonial shop, and in the hairdressing salon you can see how old the barber worked. At the market there is inn serving food, i. the past meeting place of the locals of Orawka.

Address

  • Lwowska Street 226
    33-300 Nowy Sącz

  • miasteczko[małpa]muzeum.sacz.pl

  • +48 18 441 02 10
    +48 18 444 35 70