I liked the visit - very impressive what they managed to do down there. It took a while to understand what it is about though. Most of the content is translated to English - still very scientific though and they hopefully plan to let a native speaker correct it.
I had wanted to do this before, but never had time to fit it in and made sure I could on this visit. I was not dissapointed! Don't bother with a tour guide as the information boards are very good and you can take your time and enjoy the place at your own speed. A couple of sources told us... 更多
I really don't know what I expected from a museum underneath a city but it gave me much more than I ever expected. it was informative, and used very creative and different ways to present the history to make it exciting and fun. Definitely worth a visit
My sister, who planned our trip to Krakow, had read great reviews about the Rynek Underground. Visiting, however, left me so disappointed. I consider myself a "history" person, but all of the information in the museum was too technical for anyone other than an expert in ancient road-building to really appreciate or glean anything from. Throughout the museum, there were... 更多
The Rynek Underground museum is an impressively laid-out and fascinating insight into the history and pre-history of the area. It feels very modern, unpatronising and spacious, whilst also being extremely interesting. I especially enjoyed some of the small segments on life in the middle-ages, and how the women of the time defied the austerity laws. One thing to be mindful... 更多
This museum is below the Cloth Hall and the Rynek Square. The focus is on the archeological remains they found under the square and cloth hall, and the related historical and cultural information. It is fun to see cross-sections of the original cobble-stone roads at least 15 feet below the current surface of the square. This is nicely supplemented with... 更多
The lighting and clean lines of this museum help give it a very modern light and airy feel. No sense of claustrophobia at all. Well worth spending a couple of hours seeing Krakovs colourful past.
Don't miss this! You get to go underneath the square and see streets which have been excavated. There is more here than you would have expected, and goes back centuries. It is all well interpreted. Expect to stay here a minimum of two hours. Be sure you buy your tickets before you leave home.
The museum is underground because it is built around actual excavations under the town square. It gives you a good idea of what life was like in the early days of Krakow. The artifacts on display were dug up from what was essentially the town dump. If you have time, the last part of the museum has films on the... 更多
if you like the typical museums, with paintings on the wall - this is not for you. Great, modern museum, interesting exhibition and visuals. absolutely must see.
As an anthropology and history enthusiast, I got my hopes up for what could have been dug up from over 1000 years ago. What a let-down. Lots of old walls, yes, but not much about the site itself. Displays held some artifacts, but there was no information specifically about them. There were many tv screens with reenactments of Polish people... 更多
we spent about half an hour in this underground museum and learned a bit about artefacts found here, the history of Kraków and the Town Square. It's not a life changing museum but if your in the area and have time to visit, give it a go. I found it really intriguing watching the videos of how they excavated and... 更多
Very interesting modern museum with interactive items. Hire the audio guide. You "walk through" a wall of water and "jump" in a puddle!!! A very inventive way to show the layers of architecture. The videos at the end of the tour are very informative giving a history of Poland from the Middle Ages to the present.
An archeologist's dream. Takes you under the main square of Krakow to reveal what Krakow was like as a major trading center during the Middle Ages and later. Kids would love this if they know something about knights and traders.
I did take the time to watch the videos at the end and learned a lot about polish history though they were long . not suit for children as not enough to occupy them .