During special events the Wawel Cathedral, the Cathedral Museum, Ticket Office, Royal Tombs, and Sigismund Bell are closed for visitors or the opening hours are change. Check for changes please.

On September 23rd (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 16.00; the Ticket Office will open until 15.30.

On September 1st (Friday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors from 10.30; the Ticket Office will open from 10.00.

On August 15th (Tuesday, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors from 12.30 until 17.00. The Wawel Cathedral Museum will be closed.

The Opening Ceremony of the 41st session will be held on Sunday 2 July 2017 at the Wawel Hill and that is why the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 4.30 pm. All church services will be at usual time. The only inconvenience will be safety checks.  Please note that, due to safety checks and the high number of visitors expected, this process may take a while. We thank you in advance for your patience. The entrance to the Wawel Hill will be only through the Herbowa Gate.

On 29th June (Thursday) the Wawel Cathedral will be closed for visitors from 10.30 until 13.00 due to the Hungarian national pilgrimage to the relics of Saint Queen Hadwig.

On 15th June (Thursday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open from about 11.00.

On 8th June (Thursday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open from about 13.00 until 16.30.

On 5th June (Monday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open until about 15.30.

On 27th May (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral, the Ticket Office and the Cathedral Museum will be open from about 11.30 due to priest ordination.

On 14th May (Sunday) the Wawel Cathedral, the Ticket Office and the Cathedral Museum will be open from about 13.00 due to Procession of St. Stanislaus (the pilgrimage from Wawel Cathedral, which holds St. Stanislaus’ tomb, to Skałka – the place of his execution).

On 8th May (Monday) the Wawel Cathedral, the Ticket Office and the Cathedral Museum will be open from about 11.30 due to deacon ordination.

On 3rd May ( Wednesday) the Wawel Cathedral and the Ticket Office will be open from 12.30. The Cathedral Museum will be closed.

ON 18th of April (Tuesday) WAWEL CATHEDRAL WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 16:00 and WAWEL CATHEDRAL TICKET OFFICE
WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 15:30, and CATHEDRAL MUSEUM  WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 16:30.

The Cathedral will be open only for prayer and liturgy from 13th till 16th April.

From 10th till 12th April the Cathedral Museum is close due to conservation work.

The Cathedral Museum will be close from 13 till 16th April.

On 5th of April (Wednesday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open until 15.30, the Ticket Office will be open until 15.15.

On January 28th (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral, the Cathedral Museum, Ticket Office, Royal Tombs, and Sigismund Bell are open for visitors from 14.00 due to the ingress of of the new Metropolitan archbishop Marek Jedraszewski into the Wawel Cathedral.

On January 6th (Friday) the Wawel Cathedral, Royal Tombs, and Sigismund Bell will be open for visitors from 12.30 untill 16.00. The Cathedral Museum will be close.

On January 1st (Sunday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open from 12.30 till 16.00. The Cathedral Museum, Ticket Office, Royal Tombs, and Sigismund Bell are close for visitors.

On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day THE WAWEL CATHEDRAL WILL BE OPEN FOR LITURGICAL SERVICE AND PRAYER ONLY, on December 26th THE CATHEDRAL WILL BE OPEN FOR VISITORS FROM 12.30 TO 16.30.

On December 3rd (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 14.45; the Ticket Office will be open until 14.15.

On November 11th (Friday) The Cathedral will be open from 12.00 untill 16.00. The Cathedral Museum will be close for visitors.

On November 1st (Tuesday) The Royal Sigismund Bell, the Royal Tombs and The Cathedral Museum will be close for visitors.

On October 8th (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 16.00; the Ticket Office will open until 15.30.

On October 6th (Thursday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 15.30; the Ticket Office will open until 15.00, and Cathedral Museum until 16.00.

On October 1st (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 16.00; the Ticket Office will open until 15.30.

On August 15th (Monday, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors from 12.30 until 17.00. The Wawel Cathedral Museum will be closed.

On 9th August (Thursday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors from 10.30 am.

On 4th August (Thursday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors till 4.30 pm due to preparation for the funeral.

Cardinal Franciszek Macharski, Archbishop emeritus of Krakow, died on Tuesday, August 2nd, at 9:37 am. In Krakow, the Royal Sigismund Bell at the Wawel Cathedral tolled for several minutes.

On Thursday, Mass will be held at 5:00pm and at around 7:00pm, the funeral procession will depart from the Franciscan Basilica via Grodzka Street toward Wawel Cathedral, where the body of the late metropolitan of Krakow will remain at night and throughout the celebrations. Residents of Krakow will have the opportunity to pray before the tomb of the metropolitan of Krakow till 10.30pm (the entrance from Podzamcze Street).

The funeral celebrations will take place on Friday at 11:00am outside Wawel Cathedral. The body of Cardinal Macharski will rest in the crypt of the bishops of Krakow, under the altar-tomb of St. Stanislaus.

On that day (Friday, August 5th) Cathedral will be open for visitors from 1.30 pm.

On July 27th (Wednesday) the Wawel Cathedral will be closed for visitors.

On June 25th (Satruday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 16.00; the Ticket Office will open until 16.30.

On June 18th (Satruday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 16.00; the Ticket Office will open until 16.30.

On June 11th (Satruday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors until 16.00; the Ticket Office will open until 16.30.

On June 8th (Wednesday) the Wawel Cathedral, the Wawel Cathedral Museum and the Ticket Office will be open for visitors from 10.00 due to the celebration devoted to St Queen Jadwiga.

On May 28th (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral and the Wawel Cathedral Museum will be open for visitors from 12.00 until 17.00.

On May 26th (Corpus Christi) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors from 11.00 until 17.00. The Wawel Cathedral Museum will be closed.

On May 7th (Saturday) the Wawel Cathedral and the Wawel Cathedral Museum will be open for visitors from 11.30 until 17.00.

On May 3rd (Tuesday) the Wawel Cathedral will be open for visitors from 12.30 until 17.00. The Wawel Cathedral Museum will be closed.