National Museum, Poznań

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General Information

The National Museum (MNP) is a cultural museum situated in Poznan, Poland. The museum was established in 1857 and is mainly known for its rich collection of Polish paintings. Its current building was designed by Carl Hinckeldyen and was built in 1904, it has been expanded and refurbished since. The museum's collection is on display over its seven exhibition galleries. The galleries explore different periods of Polish art as well as art from other nations.

Getting there

The museum is situated in the city centre. The closest tram stop is ‘Marcinkowskiego’, which is served by the 2, 5, 9, 13, 15, 16, 201, 203 trams. The 248 bus stops outside of the museum.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open six days of the week, Tuesday to Thursday 9am-3pm, Friday 12pm-9pm and Saturdays and Sunday 11am-6pm. Admission to the museum is set at 12PLN with concession prices available.

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  • Aleje Marcinkowskiego 9, 61-728 Poznań, Poland
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  • +48 61 856 80 00
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