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Nikifor Museum

The NIKIFOR MUSEUM is located in a historic wooden villa "Romanówka", typical of 19th-century spas. The building was located until 1990 at ul. Piłsudski was demolished and after conservation renovation in the years 1992-1994, it was reconstructed in a new place in the center. There are Nikifor's paintings from all periods of his work; both watercolors, gouaches and drawings presenting various themes characteristic of the artist's work: landscapes with Orthodox churches and churches, Krynica architecture, interiors, stations, offices, "dollar factories", portraits, etc. The documentary part of the exhibition consists of memorabilia of Nikifor, publications dedicated to the painter and his photographs. The museum is also a place for presenting exhibitions of famous artists from the circle of non-professional and folk art.
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Practical information

  1. Bulwary Dietla 19
    33-380 Krynica-Zdrój
  2. Opening hours
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
    10.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 17.00
    last entry to the exhibition at 16.30

    10.00 - 15.00
    last entry to the exhibition at 14.30

    10.00 - 15.00
    last entry to the exhibition at 14.30

    The Nikifor Museum is closed on: Mondays, days after holidays, Holy Saturday, the first and second day of Easter, Corpus Christi, and January 1, January 6, November 1, December 24, 25, and 26. Free admission day - Thursday
  3. The museum does not have its own parking lot. Please use the public paid parking spaces in the area.
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Educational offer

  • Nikifor Krynicki – a legend of 20th-century European art

    Nikifor Museum
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  • Folk sculpture and glass painting of the Polish Carpathians

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Additional information

Go to Nikifor the painter – Nikifor the artist

Nikifor the painter – Nikifor the artist

Go to Quest around the Nikifor Museum

Quest around the Nikifor Museum

Visiting regulations

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