The Feliks Jasieński Szołayski House

The Szołayski house—first constructed in the 15th century—is a two-storey corner building situated near Kraków's Market Square. With its impressive façade overlooking Szczepański Square and partially Szczepańska Street, the house is adjacent to the edifices of the Stary Theatre and the Palace of Art. In 2003, the Stanisław Wyspiański Museum, relocated from Kanonicza Street, opened in the Szołayski House along with a permanent exhibition dedicated to Feliks Jasieński. After the general renovation and modernization of the building in 2012, the name of the branch was also changed—the then Wyspiański Museum was renamed as The Feliks Jasieński Szołayski House.

In addition to permanent and temporary exhibitions, the branch organises lectures, concerts, theatre plays and art classes for children and youth. One section of the ground floor of the renovated building has been adapted for public service purposes, including an information centre, a museum shop, a café and a multi-purpose hall. Ramps and lifts make the collections of the Feliks Jasieński Szołayski House available also for people with disabilities.

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The Szołayski house—first constructed in the 15th century—is a two-storey corner building situated near Kraków's Market Square. With its impressive façade overlooking Szczepański Square and partially Szczepańska Street, the house is adjacent to the edifices of the Stary Theatre and the Palace of Art. In 2003, the Stanisław Wyspiański Museum, relocated from Kanonicza Street, opened in the Szołayski House along with a permanent exhibition dedicated to Feliks Jasieński. After the general renovation and modernization of the building in 2012, the name of the branch was also changed—the then Wyspiański Museum was renamed as The Feliks Jasieński Szołayski House.

In addition to permanent and temporary exhibitions, the branch organises lectures, concerts, theatre plays and art classes for children and youth. One section of the ground floor of the renovated building has been adapted for public service purposes, including an information centre, a museum shop, a café and a multi-purpose hall. Ramps and lifts make the collections of the Feliks Jasieński Szołayski House available also for people with disabilities.

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