Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow

Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow

Opened to the public in 2011, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAK) if one of the most recent museums established in Poland's former city. 

The MOCAK is one of the city’s newest attractions. Within a two-storey modern building, it features paintings, sculptures, photographs and installation art by Polish and foreign contemporary artists.


The Museum’s exhibits are displayed in a 4,000 square-meter area along which are displayed the various temporary exhibitions. These offer a broad perspective on the evolution of art in the last years across the world.

Not for everyone

Like most other contemporary museums around the world, the MOCAK is rather unconventional and it might not interest you if you are not a contemporary art fan.


Tuesday - Sunday: 11am to 7pm. 
Mondays: closed


Adults: 14 (US$ 3.30)
Students: 7 (US$ 1.70)
Seniors over 70 years old: 1 (US$ 0.20)
Tuesdays: free entry


Trams: Limanowskiego, lines 6, 13, 23; Bohaterow Getta, lines 3, 9, 19, 24, 50; Zablocie, lines 11 and 20.