House of the Celej Family

Museum in Kazimierz Dolny

The town's main museum is housed in a 17th-century town house (built around 1635) for the Celej family. Though it’s billed as a general museum, it’s actually an art museum, with several rooms on the upper floor dedicated to the considerable output of artists who have called Kazimierz Dolny home. Some of the works are fantastic, some merely interesting, but the collection amply demonstrates the town’s role in Poland’s artistic history.