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Zdjęcie promujące Zakopane

The Tatra Museum in Zakopane


The Tatra Museum in Zakopane

The main building of Tatra Museum is a valuable antiquity in Zakopane art style. Built in years 1913-1922 according to joint projects of Stanisław Witkiewicz (elevation) and Franciszek Mączyński (technical project). The main building of Tatra Museum stores permanent exhibtions: historical, etnographical and natural. All of which shows us history of the region and richness of Tatra and podhalan culture and nature.

Historical Exposition

ell documented by photos, archives and press, it invites the visitors to history of Podhale. Pointing out the first, phehistorical traces of man living on this region, it zooms in the creation of Podhale settlements. Further in, it shows the development of Zakopane, from a little highlander village under Tatra mountain, through its sanatorium and cultural unification period during partitions, to "winter capital of Poland" in interwar period and during occupation of Zakopane and Podhale, when cospiration units like Tatra Confederation were active. Historial exposition also reviews highlander's finantial emigration path – starting from southern side of Tatra down to Hungary, later to far away lands like USA.

Ethnographical exposition

The tour of ethnographical exposition starts up with "black" and "white" chambers of podhalan hut replica, divided by vestibule with richly pegged front door, which was bought from Stanisław Wójciak's house in Kościelisko for museum collection in 1905. This interior desing helps visitors to imagine how everyday life of 19 th century highlander family must have looked like.

Next part of the exposition is dedicated to past economy of Rocky Podhale: gathering, hunting, shepherding and farming. This is also where older and contemporary highlander craftworks have found their place: tools and items made of wood (like beautiful spoon-holders), leatherworks, blacksmith's works or glass paintings. In showcases are sculptures, ceramics, musical instruments and the old and present highlander outfi

Natural exposition

The first floor of the main hall belongs to "Tatra Nature" exposition. In geological science hall, which is dedicated to Tatra research which started as early as in 18 th century and to the genesis of biggest mountain range of Poland, the characters of the scientists are shown, starting with Baltazar Hacquet, author of the first Tatra map with geological features. There are also two relief maps of Tatra and Pieniny. Part of the exposition is dedicated to mining and metallurgy relics from Tatra.

The animate nature part of exposition is a place for Tatra land inhibitants – plants and animals – from foresty ecosystems through subalpine scrubs of mountine pines and halls, to far-reaching rocks. The exposition includes multimedia demonstration of climatic phenomena, landscapes and flora and fauna of Tatra mountain.

Tatra Museum has its branches all over Zakopane:
Museum of Zakopane Syle at Villa Koliba
The Museum of Zakopane Style – Inspirations
The Władysław Hasior Gallery
The Włodzimierz and Jerzy Kulczycki Art Gallery (currently closed until further notice)
The Kornel Makuszyński Museum
The Gallery of 20 th Century Art at Villa Oksza

also on Podhale and Spisz:
Museum of the 1846 Chochołów Uprising
Łopuszna Manor
The Korkosz Croft
The Sołtys Croft

normal – 7 zł
concession – 5,5 zł
tour guide – 40 zł + entry tickets, reservation at phone +48 18 20 152 05 int. 20

Opening hours
monday – saturday from 10.00 to 18.00
sunday from 9.00 to 15.00

Krupówki 10 street
34-500 Zakopane
phone +48 18 20 152 05
+48 18 20 129 35

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