Here, everything is Poland, every stone and every little thing. Whoever enters it, becomes himself part of Poland , part of its construction. Here we add a measure to this body – and only now, within these walls, are we Poland ourselves.

Stanisław Wyspiański
Wyzwolenie 1902

We are all well aware that to enter this Cathedral can not be without emotion. More I say, you can not enter it without the internal tremor, without fear because it contains in it – as in almost no Cathedral of the world – the enormous size, which speaks to us in all our history, our entire past.

Kardynał Karol Wojtyła
8 marca 1964

Opening hours:

CATHEDRAL, SIGISMUND BELL,
ROYAL SARCOPHAGUSES:

Monday – Saturday: 9:00 – 16:30
Sunday: 12:30 – 16:30

CATHEDRAL MUSEUM:

Monday – Saturday: 9:00 – 17:00
Sunday: Closed

ARCHDIOCESAN MUSEUM:

Tuesday -Sunday: 10:00 – 17:00

Holy Mass at Wawel Cathedral: Sunday and holidays 7.00 am Holy Mass at the relics of St Jadwiga 8.30 am Holy Mass in Latin at the relics of St Stanislaus 10.00 am Holy Mass at the Coronation Altar with choir 11.30 am Holy Mass at the Coronation Altar 4:30 pm (November – March) 5:30 pm […]

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  Admission to the Wawel Cathedral, Sigismund’s Bell, the Royal Tombs, the Cathedral Museum and the Archdiocesan Museum Regular Concession * Individual tourists 22,00 zł 15,00 zł Group ** 20,00 zł/person 14,00 zł/person   * children, school pupils, students under 26 (valid ISIC card), teachers (valid ITIC card), senior citizens and pensioners whether from Poland or abroad, are entitled to CONCESSION […]

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