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The Tatra Museum

Main Building
Zakopane, ul. Krupówki 10
tel. +48 18 201 52 05, +48 18 201 29 35
fax. +48 18 206 38 72

A precious brick heritage building in the Zakopane style, built in 1913-1922. The two-storey building features exhibition halls with permanent exhibitions (historical, ethnographic, geological, industrial, and natural history), a library and archive containing priceless items from the history of the Podhale region and research in the Tatras.

The Museum of the Zakopane Style in the Villa "Koliba"

branch of the Tatra Museum
Zakopane, ul. Kościeliska 18
tel. +48 18 201 36 02

Includes an ethnographic exhibition from the collections of Zygmunt Gnatowski (the first owner of Koliba), furnishings, furniture and decorative arts in the Zakopane style, works of art associated with Stanisław Witkiewicz, as well as his designs and original works. One of the rooms is devoted to temporary exhibitions.

The Museum of Zakopane Style - Inspirations

branch of the Tatra Museum
Zakopane, Droga do Rojów 6
tel. +48 18 201 22 94
fax. +48 18 206 38 72

Located in a historic, wooden cottage previously belonging to the Gąsienica Sobczak family. The oldest part was built around 1830. The Museum has been operating since 2009, presenting folk architecture, furnishings from highland cottages, and ethnographic collections from the late 19th century, primarily the collection of Maria and Bronisław Dembowski.

TPN Nature Education Centre

Zakopane, ul. Chałubińskiego 42a
tel. +48 18 20 23 310 do 312

The permanent exhibition holds flora and fauna of the Tatras following the rhythm of the changing seasons. The Centre carries out educational activities through temporary exhibitions on topics related to the Tatra Mountains and nature conservation, screens nature documentaries, and organises classes, competitions and lectures.

Manor & Park Complex in Kuźnice

Zakopane, Kuźnice
tel. +48 18 202 32 00

Post-restoration former mansion of the Homolacs, who moved in in 1833. The coach house was restored (now housing a permanent exhibition of vertebrates) as was the granary (now an exhibition devoted to the Zamoyski family).

Sabała Cottage

Zakopane, ul. Stare Krzeptówki 17
tel. +48 18 207 09 71, +48 601 412 221

The oldest hut in the area of Podhale, built at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. Jan Krzeptowski Sabała - the famous musician, narrator and hunter and the honorary Tatra guide was born there in 1809.

The Kornel Makuszyński Museum

branch of the Tatra Museum
Zakopane, ul. Tetmajera 15
tel. +48 18 201 22 63

In the Villa Opolanka, in the writer’s former apartment, numerous editions of his works, collections of manuscripts, correspondence, clippings from magazines and photographs, as well as a rich collection of works of art and a plaster cast of his hand have been made available to the public. In front of the villa stands a monument – a bust of the writer and the figure of Koziołek Matołek [Silly Billy Goat], the hero of his fairy tales.

The Jan Kasprowicz Museum

Zakopane, Harenda 12a
tel. +48 18 206 84 26

The museum is housed in the wooden villa where the poet lived with his wife Maria in the years 1923-1926. The well-preserved interior hosts works of art, mostly by friends of the poet, houseware, furniture and a library of several hundred volumes. Next to the museum is the mausoleum where the ashes of the poet and his wife rest.

The Karol Szymanowski Museum in the Villa "Atma"

branch of the National Museum in Krakow
Zakopane, ul. Kasprusie 19
tel. +48 18 202 00 40

A wooden villa built in the late 19th century. Between 1930-1935, Karol Szymanowski lived and worked here. The museum includes personal memorabilia, photographs and documents illustrating his life, work and relationships with Zakopane. An interesting element of the exhibition is the composer’s reconstructed study. Atma currently holds chamber concerts, book promotions on music, and lectures.

Fot. K. Kowalik

Centre for the Protection of Amphibians and Reptiles (Olczyska Valley)

It is the spot where rare and threatened amphibians – salamanders, newts and frogs; and reptiles - lizards and snakes - can be studied in the life conditions imitating those in the free nature.