Museum of Głubczyce region

Address: Rynek 1, Głubczyce
GPS position: 50°12′0″N, 17°49′46.999″E
Telephone: +48 774 850 193

The museum is located in the town hall, reconstructed between 2006 and 2008. The museum covers the first floor and the ancient draper stalls on the ground floor (total area covers circa 900 square meters) and also the middle age lookout tower. Inside of the draper stalls there are floor tiles (the only middle age floor tiles in the interior of the whole Poland) and also well preserved gothic portals made of a volcanic tuff. The museum is divided into many departments: educational, ethnographical, archaeological, historical and artistic. Some exhibitions are shown here: World War II (historical research of the war events in Glubczyce region) or the Celts in Upper Silesia.

A group of folk authors operates in Glubczyce. They present their handwork and the love of local culture within the numerous exhibitions of Opole province or Polish - Czech borderland. Their work includes: woodcut, canvas paintings and lacework.

 

Open: Tue – Fri 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Every 2nd and 4th Sunday in month - 12 a.m. - 3.30 p.m. The tower is open to public: June - November. Admission: full PLN 2, reduced PLN 1

Contact:

Rynek 1

48 – 100

Głubczyce

Telephone:  +48 (77) 485 01 93

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