Museum of Prudnik region
Prudnicko region museum is situated in Chrobreho 5 street, Prudnik. Muzem Prudnicka se nachází na ul. Chrobrého 5 v Prudniku. The museum is open for public from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. from Tuesday to Friday and also every second and fourth Saturday in a month. To learn more, please visit: http://www.muzeumprudnik.pl
Prudnicko region museum, a cultural institution of Prudnik town, was established in 1959 as a department of Opole Sileasian Museum. Since 1968, the museum is independent. The museum headquarters are defensive bastions from the 15th century and buildings neighbouring with medieval ramparts.
In the past, there used to be an armory, a jail, a water tower and also a gestapo jail during the occupation. Archeological, historical, artistic and ethnographical collections present a material culture and a difficult history of Prudnik region inhabitants. Between 2001-2003, the building was reconstructed with a financial support by Opole Region fund and Prudnik town. A former third wing and courtyard covered with a glassed roof were also renovated, which enabled to organize cultural and social events. Since 2010, the museum is owned by one department and it also makes the lookout tower accessible. Prudnicko region museum consists of the following parts: The armory (headquarters), the weaving tradition center (department) and the Vok tower.
A permanent exposition focused on long lasting town history named “Three sources – one town” was opened on September 13, 2013. It is the first exhibition in Prudnicko museum history, which is enriched with multimedia, such as QR codes, and also showpieces descriptions are given in four languages. The exhibition takes place on the first floor of Museum headquarters, in the armory.
Ul. Bolesława Chrobrego 5
tel. 77 406 80 60
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening hours and admission
Tuesday to Friday from 8.00 to 16.00
GPS position: 50°19′23.321″N, 17°34′51.271″E