I wasn't too impressed with this museum, even though it is above average at least. The ground floor has rooms on both sides of the corridor which show various aspects of Polish life, usually around 1900. The rooms are decorated to show what rooms/houses in those days looked like. No information in the rooms, but a small plauqe with one line of information near the door.
The first floor gives you more information about Polish life, from clothing to tools, religion etc. The only downside is that nearly all of the information is only in Polish. Certain rooms have a small piece of paper hanger near the door with information in English, but it's not nearly enough. The different artifacts that are shown are beautiful, and really show what life must have been like in Poland about a hundred years ago.
The second floor was an art exhibition (which varies from time to time). The art was really not my kind of thing, since it was only about religious topics and the style was also not my cup of tea.
We were there for about an hour, a bit more, but if more information was in English we would have probably been there longer. All in all, the museum was all right, but not something I would visit again soon when I return to Kraków.
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