Wawel Cathedral Museum
Diagonally opposite the cathedral is this treasury of historical and religious objects from the cathedral. There are plenty of exhibits,...
Accommodated in the old royal kitchen. Along with the remnants of the late-10th-century Rotunda of SS Felix and Adauctus, which is...
This cathedral has witnessed most of the coronations, funerals and entombments of Poland’s monarchs and strongmen over the centuries....
Dragon’s Den information
If you’ve had enough of high art and Baroque furnishings, complete your Wawel trip with a visit to the cheesy Dragon’s Den, former home of the legendary Wawel Dragon and an easy way to get down from the hill. The entrance to the cave is next to the Thieves’ Tower (Baszta Złodziejska) at the southwestern end of the complex. From here you’ll have a good panorama over the Vistula River and the suburbs further west, including the Manggha Centre of Japanese Art & Technology on the opposite bank of the river, and the Kościuszko Mound far off on the horizon.
After you buy your ticket from a coin- operated machine at the entrance, you descend 130 steps into the cave, then stumble some 70m through its damp interior and emerge onto the bank of the Vistula next to a distinctive fire-spitting bronze dragon , the work of contemporary sculptor Bronisław Chromy.