Poland's fourth largest city, Wroclaw, also known as the "Dwarf City", has more than 300 dwarfs hidden in the city waiting for you to find. There are 11 public universities, 21 private universities, 15 art galleries, 14 museums, 10 theatre concert halls, more than 100 theatre festivals every year, and numerous concerts. He was named the "Capital of European Culture" "Capital of World Books" and ten Nobel Prize winners.
A ten-minute walk from Tumski bridge arrives at National Museum. On the left side of the hall is the ticket office. Each exhibition hall has a corresponding price. If you visit all the exhibition halls, 25 zloty/person. No. 4 is a free visit on Saturdays. It's quiet and few people. There are four main exhibition halls, including sculptures in Christian stories, paintings depicting scenes and life in Poland, objects in the course of historical changes, modern and contemporary works of art and so on. They visited with friends for about an hour and a half. Overall, they felt that there were fewer exhibits in the history category. They preferred the Underground Museum, where the Krakow Textile Club tells history, to the Museum of Art.