Germany’s first bi-national museum opened its doors in 1960 in the romantic setting of the former residence of Polish writer Józef Ignacy Kraszewski (1812– 1887). When he emigrated, Kraszewski chose Dresden as his new home. The museum is conceived as a mediator in the transfer between German and Polish culture of the past and present.
Wed to Sun and holidays 12 am to 5 pm, Mon and Tue closed
Adults €4.00, reduced €3.00, groups (min. 10 persons) €3/2.50 pp, on Fridays (except holidays) admission free of charge Annual ticket for the Museums of the City of Dresden €30.00 / families €40.00