TICKET OFFICE telephone: 71 356 42 57 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
OPENING HOURS Monday: 9–15 Tuesday: zamknięte Wednesday: 9–15 Thursday: 14–20 Friday: 9–15 Saturday-Sunday: 12–20
The ticket office closes 15 minutes before museum closing time
THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED ON: 1 January (New Year) 6 January (Epiphany) 7 January (Technical works) 16 April (Holy Saturday) 17 April (Easter) 18 April (Easter Monday) 1 May (Labour Day) 3 May (Constitution Day) 5 June (Pentecost) 16 June (Corpus Christi) 15 August (Polish Army Day) 1 November (All Saints’ Day) 11 November (Independence Day) 24 December (Christmas Eve) 25–26 December (Christmas) 31 December (New Year' Eve)
TICKET PRICES normal: PLN 20 reduced: PLN 10 family: PLN 25 group (without an educator): PLN 12 (min. 10 people)
annual personal ticket, regular: PLN 100 annual personal ticket, reduced: PLN 80
free: to be collected at the ticket office
free admission to: – on Thursdays, – self-service museum on the 2nd floor, – during vernissages, debates and conferences, and 30 min. before they start.
GUIDED TOURS guided tours for individuals and groups (attention, temporarily, due to the ongoing epidemic, the Museum offer guided tours only for groups under 10 people): – in Polish: PLN 80 / group – in English: PLN 80 / group – in other foreign language: price determined individually
Additionally, all visitors have to purchase tickets in accordance with the current price list.
More information about the tours: – link for organised groups – link for individuals
INFORMATION ABOUT DISCOUNTS
► tickets at reduced prices (PLN 10) are available to: – students of primary, secondary and artistic schools; students of teacher training colleges and colleges for social service workers; students and PhD students who are citizens of the member states of the European Union, the Swiss Confederation or the European Free Trade Agreement (EFTA) – parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area, – persons over 65 years of age, retirees, pensioners, social pensioners and disabled persons with guardians (one guardian for each disabled person), who are citizens of the member states of the European Union, – teachers of primary, secondary and artistic schools, higher education institutions, other educational and foster care institutions; instructors and educators working at educational care institutions, correctional institutions, juvenile shelters, diagnostic and consultative centres operating in the European Union member states, (upon presentation of relevant documents confirming the right to the discount).
► family tickets (PLN 25) are available to: – families of one or two adults together with a maximum of three children up to the age of 15.
► group tickets (PLN 12) are available to: – each person visiting the museum in a group of no fewer than 10 people, – admission for one group supervisor is free, each subsequent supervisor is entitled to a discounted ticket for PLN 10.
► special tickets (PLN 3) are available to: student groups of minimum 5 persons (free admission the person in charge) for studentsfrom the following universities in Wrocław: the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts, the Wrocław University, Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences, the Wrocław Technical University – Faculty of Architecture.
► free tickets are available to: – children under 6 years old, – veterans, war invalids and repressed persons, – members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), – members of the International Association of Art Critics, – employees of cultural institutions, including employees of museums and state art galleries, – Honorary Blood Donors, – journalists, – persons who have received the Order of the White Eagle, the War Order of Virtuti Militari, the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, the Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis, the Honorary Medal for Merit to Polish Culture, – Pole’s Card holders, – holders of the Family Plus 2+3 and more card, (upon presentation of relevant documents confirming the right to the discount).
► The museum participates in the following partner programmes: – Wrocław Senior’s Card, – Nasz Wrocław and Nasz Wrocław MAX – Large Families Aid Program “Two plus three and more” (Wrocław), – MultiBenefit, – booking.com.
RULES OF VISITING
► cloakroom – for the duration of your visit, outerwear can be left on hangers by the ticket office. The hangers are not monitored and the museum shall not be responsible for any items left on them, – you can also use lockers. Locker keys can be obtained from the cashier. The museum shall not be responsible for any items left in the lockers, – large luggage can be left at the ticket office.
► in the museum it is prohibited to – bring and consume your own food or drink, – smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes, – bring animals into the exhibitions, except guide dogs, – film, take photographs with a tripod or using a flash.
► tickets – the purchased ticket entitles you to visit all the exhibitions showing at MWW, – reduced and free tickets are available upon presentation of a valid document entitling you to purchase them, – you can pay by card for all tickets, regardless of the price, – the museum does not book tickets in advance (except MultiBenefit and booking.com partner programmes).
► parking – the museum has no parking for visitors, – exception is made for people using wheelchairs (entry to the car park from ul. Strzegomska, access through ul. Św. Pawła), – free parking spaces can be found on the streets around MWW.
► access by public transport – pl. Strzegomski Muzeum Współczesne stop, link to the timetable, – Smolecka stop, link to the timetable.
► disabled people — link to the accessibility statement >>> — link to the education without barriers >>>
► also available at the museum – a changing table for babies in the toilet on the 5th floor – first aid kit (in the security office on the ground floor)