In the northeast corner of Wawel Castle is the Treasure Hall and Weapons Museum. The Weapons Museum mainly introduces armed equipment from several important periods in Polish history. The products are very rich, including armors worn by soldiers, weapons, flags, shields used for defense, and spears, swords, daggers, cannons, etc. used in other operations.
The Treasure Hall also houses the crown, scepter, orb that symbolizes Polish imperial power, as well as the only remaining priceless treasure: the Emperor's Coronation Sword. In addition, the museum also houses a series of collections used by the royal family, such as wine glasses, coins, and silverware used in the festival.
Tickets are 18 zlotys.
The Royal Treasures and Armory Museum is located in the Royal Palace Castle in the Old City of Krakow. It is one of the most famous museums. The exhibits in the museum are quite rich, mainly showing a lot of ordnance from the medieval period.
I am looking forward to seeing royal items such as crowns and scepters, but unfortunately it is not open to the public, only armor and other items.
The most important thing is that you must take your children to see it. Maybe you will fall in love with the military. There are a lot of treasures and military items in it. The atmosphere is very strong.
The private collection of the castle monarch is also collected here, but it is not on display to the public. The Armory contains 4 rooms and a basement.