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Entrances, cash register, information:
– Wieniawy-Długoszowskiego 83 B
– Lwowska 226 (thrue the Galician Town)

Sightseeing

May 1 – October 15
Tuesday – Sunday / 10am – 6pm (last entrance to the exhibition at 4pm)

October 16 – April 30
Tuesday – Sunday / 9am – 3pm (last entry at 1pm)

Sądecki Ethnographic Park will be closed on Mondays (you can visit only sector of Lachy without payment) , days after public holidays, first and second day of Easter holidays, Corpus Christi, 1st and 6th January, 1st November, 25th and 26th December.

Groups /max 30 people/ can visit the exhibition only with a guide after earlier notification (please contact: +48 18 444 35 70, +48 18 444 35 71, kasamg@muzeum.sacz.pl)

 

WARNING! We would like to inform you that due to the restoration work in Sądecki Ethnographic Park it is impossible to visit the following objects:

Farmhouse from Podgrodzie no 1
Farmhouse from Rogi no 8
Farmhouse from Królowa Górna no 41

Any changes will be announced on a regular basis. We apologize for inconveniences

 

Ticket prices

Normal – 12 PLN
Reduced – 8 PLN
After summer season (October 16 –  April 30) – 8 PLN
Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children under 16) – 32 PLN
Every next child (up to 16 years old) – 3 PLN

Visiting The Sądecki Ethnographic Park, Main Building,  Galician Town
Normal – 16 PLN
Reduced – 12 PLN
After summer season (October 16 –  April 30) – 12 PLN
Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children under 16) – 50 PLN
Every next child (up to 16 years old) – 3 PLN

 

The guide fee (polish) – 70 PLN
The guide fee (english) – 100 PLN
English language tours are only possible after earlier notification (please contact +48 18 444 35 70, +48 18 444 35 71, kasamg@muzeum.sacz.pl)

 

 

 

 

Share the object for a photo session (for example wedding session, fashion session) – 123 PLN for 2 hours

SĄDECKI ETHNOGRAPHIC PARK is the largest open-air museum in Małopolska, presenting wooden architecture and traditional folk culture of local ethnographic groups of Lachs, highlanders from Nowy Sacz, Pogórzans, Lemkos, Germans and Gypsies. On the area of 20 acres there are many buildings, for example: homesteads, 17th-century mansion with unique polychrome, manor house and eighteenth-century temples: Roman Catholic church, Greek Catholic church and Protestant church. In one of the sectors the buildings of the German colonists from Gołkowice Dolne were reconstructed, and at the edge of the forest a small gypsy settlement. The exposition of the open-air museum presents the chronological, economic and social diversity of the folk culture of the region of Nowy Sącz, and the knowledge of the region's traditions is described by ethnographic thematic exhibitions: "Wedding Hall" and "Maziarstwo Łemkowskie" (about people producing grease). The gardens are traditionally surrounded by greenery.

Address

  • Wieniawy-Długoszowskiego 83b

  • kasaspe[małpa]muzeum.sacz.pl

  • +48 18 444 35 70, +48 18 44144 12