Museum sights in Frombork
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In the southeastern corner of the courtyard of the Cathedral Hill complex is the Old Bishops' Palace. This is now Nicolaus Copernicus Museum's main exhibition space. On the ground floor are objects discovered during postwar archaeological excavations, while the other levels are largely devoted to the life and work of Copernicus, along with temporary displays and a collection of old telescopes.
The most interesting section is on the first floor, where modern artists' interpretations of the great man, in sculpture and oils, are presented, before you pass into the room containing books and other artefacts from his time.
Though Copernicus is essentially remembered for his…
The Cathedral Hill complex (Wzgórze Katedralne) is today the Nicolaus Copernicus Museum. It covers several sights within the fortified complex, each visited on a separate ticket. The entrance is from the southern side through the massive Main Gate (Brama Główna), where you’ll find the ticket office.
The 15th-century Hospital of the Holy Ghost, formerly St Anne’s Chapel, contains exhibitions of religious art and medical history. It’s a short walk east of the cathedral.