Czartoryski Museum Skip-The-Line Tickets with Da Vinci’s 'Lady with an Ermine'
Get to see one of the very few portraits painted by Leonardo da Vinci – the 'Lady with an Ermine' – and other priceless exhibits at the Czartoryski Museum, Krakow.
- Experience the extraordinary elements of Leonardo da Vinci’s artwork in the famous Lady with an Ermine portrait.
- Learn about the history behind the creation of the painting, how it came to Poland, and much more when you see this piece of art up close.
- The Czartoryski Museum is one of Poland’s oldest museums and has a rich and vast collection of artwork, sculptures, and souvenirs.
- The Permanent Exhibitions are also included in this admission ticket and one of the other paintings you can’t miss is Landscape with the Merciful Samaritan by Rembrandt van Rijn.
- Entry ticket to Czartoryski Museum's Permanent Exhibitions including the ‘Lady with an Ermine’ painting
- Live Guide
- Audio guide (available to rent)
polizza di cancellazione
Puoi cancellare questi biglietti fino a 24 ore prima dell'inizio dell'esperienza e ottenere un rimborso completo.
Visit one of Poland’s oldest museums, the Czartoryski Museum, and its Permanent Exhibitions among which the most well-known painting is the 500-year-old Lady with an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci.
One of the few portraits that the illustrious artist painted, this is a very valuable part of the Museum’s art collection and is a must-see exhibit. It came to be a part of Krakow history when, in 1800, Prince Adam Jerzy Czartoryski bought it as a present for his mother, Queen Isabella. It’s a huge treat to get to appreciate the painting’s many qualities and da Vinci’s high standard of artistry in a live setting. Some things to definitely observe include the eyes, the shading on the neck – giving the woman a 3D appearance – the blue of her dress, the pose, and more elements you can only experience first-hand. There’s a lot of mystery and intrigue about the backstory of the lady in the portrait – an educated noblewoman called Cecilia Gallerani.
Apart from this highlight of the Museum, explore the equally immersive Permanent exhibitions such as the Landscape with the Merciful Samaritan painting by Rembrandt van Rijn and other paintings, sculptures, and applied arts. There’s also a huge collection of souvenirs showcasing Polish history.
know before you go
- Guests are required to cover their mouth and nose with protective masks.
- You must exchange your printed voucher for a direct entry ticket at the Museum ticket office.
- The last entrance to the museum is possible 40 minutes before closing time.
- Parents or guardians are completely responsible for minors.
- All bags exceeding the size of 40x40x20cm, umbrellas, and outerwear must be kept in the free cloakroom or locker facilities.
- Audio guides are available to rent for PLN 10 at the Museum in Polish, English, French, German, Italian, Ukrainian, Russian, and Spanish.
- Amateur photography and filming without additional lighting, including flash and tripod, is free.
- Audio guides are available to rent in sign language.
- For guests with visual disabilities, an audioguide is included in the ticket.
- Guide dogs are allowed.
- For guests with motor dysfunction, special external and internal elevators, stair platforms and portable rails are accessible.
Entry is free on Tuesdays.
- Tue: 10am - 7pm
- Wed to Thu: 10am - 6pm
- Fri to Sat: 10am - 7pm
- Sun: 10am - 6pm
- Closed on Mondays
- Daily technical break: 1pm - 1:30pm
i miei biglietti
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Display the printed voucher with a valid photo ID at the attraction. Students must show a valid student ID.
Ticket Redemption Point
- Show your ticket at Czartoryski Museum.
- Address: Pijarska 15, Poland, 31-017.
- The closest bus stop is Stary Kleparz. It is a quick 3-minute walk to the attraction.
- Board buses 124, 152, 424, 601 and many more to get you there.
- The closest tram stop is Stary Kleparz. It is a quick 4-minute walk to the attraction.
- Board trams 4, 14, 20, 24 and many more to get you there.
- The closest train station is Kraków Main Station. It is a quick 4-minute walk to the attraction.
- Board trains EC56, EC57, EIC, EIP and many more to get you there.
This ticket is valid any day after the date of purchase..