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Sądecki Ethnographic Park

The largest open-air museum in Lesser Poland, presenting wooden architecture and traditional folk culture of local ethnographic groups - Lachs, Pogórzans and Górale Sądeckie and ethnic groups: Lemkos, Germans and Gypsies. On the area of ​​20 hectares there are several dozen buildings, e.g. peasant homesteads, a 17th-century nobleman's mansion with a unique interior polychrome, a manor farm and 18th-century temples: a Roman Catholic church, a Greek Catholic church and a Protestant church. In one of the sectors, the buildings of the German colonists from Gołkowice Dolne were reconstructed, and a small Gypsy settlement on the edge of the forest. The exhibition of the open-air museum presents the chronological, property and social diversity of the folk culture of the Sądecczyzna region, and the knowledge about the tradition of the region is enriched by thematic ethnographic exhibitions: "Wedding Room" and "Lemko Maziarstwo". The surroundings of homesteads with the arrangement of greenery have a traditional character. The newest attraction is the Galician Town with the reconstruction of a small market square, town hall, inn, fire station and town houses. You can rent guest rooms and conference rooms here. The open-air museum hosts cyclical and occasional presentations of old rural crafts, regional cuisine and handicraft workshops, and in the summer numerous outdoor folklore events.
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Smoke stove in a room in a wooden cottage
Interior of a Lemko cottage from Wierchomla Wielka

Practical information

  1. ul. B. Wieniawy-Długoszowskiego 83 B
    33-300 Nowy Sącz
  2. Opening hours
    May 1 to October 16
    Tuesday - Sunday
    10.00 - 18.00
    last entry to the exhibition at 16.30
    last guided entrance at 16.00

    October 17 – April 30 (walking tour)
    Tuesday - Sunday
    9.00 - 15.00
    last entry to the exhibition at 14.00
    last guided entrance at 14.00, for organized groups at 13.00

    The Sądecki Ethnographic Park is closed on Mondays, Holy Saturday, the first and second day of Easter. Corpus Christi, January 1 and 6, November 1, December 24, 25, 26.


    single ticket

    Regular ticket 10 PLN

    Ticket for PLN 1

    Regular ticket 1 PLN

    Big Family card

    Regular ticket 6 PLN

    Free day


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    Combined ticket

    Visit more branches of the Museum and take advantage of cheaper combined tickets!

    Sądecki Ethnographic Park The Galician Town
    Regular ticket 28 PLN
    Reduced ticket 18 PLN*
  3. The Sądecki Ethnographic Park (SPE) does not have its own car park. You can use the free car park for passenger cars and coaches at Miasteczko Galicyskie (ul. Lwowska 226). In Miasteczko Galicyskie you can buy tickets entitling you to visit the SPE.
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Church towers in the distance, a flower garden in front.

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The Sądecki Ethnographic Park is an exceptionally charming place. The outdoors of the former Nowy Sącz village attract not only filmmakers. Couples often get married here in churches of three denominations, music concerts and photo sessions are organized here. You can also relax and have fun in the meadow with a barbecue.

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A wooden cottage in an open-air museum

Sądecki Ethnographic Park

Basic information

Guide service in Polish - PLN 90
Guide service in English - PLN 120
Reservation by phone or e-mail is required.
Guided tours can take place in groups of max. 25 people.

Contact +48 18 441 44 12 w. 106

Additional information

Go to Map of the open-air museum and the Galician Town

Map of the open-air museum and the Galician Town

Go to Open-air museum audio guide

Open-air museum audio guide

Visiting regulations

Read the regulations