Ethnographic Museum

Museum in Kazimierz

The permanent exhibition here features the reconstructed interiors of traditional Polish peasant cottages and workshops, folk costumes, craft and trade exhibits, extraordinary nativity scenes, and folk and religious painting and woodcarving. The museum is housed within the former town hall of Kazimierz. It was built in the late 14th century and then significantly extended in the 16th century, during which it acquired its Renaissance appearance.