Cartoon Museum in Rzeszow

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Country: Poland Region:
podkarpackie
Town:
Rzeszów
Category:

museum

Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 0-3
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

The Cartoon Museum in Rzeszów was founded on the basis of a private collection of Wojciech Jama, which the owner donated in 2008 to  the city of Rzeszów.

At present the collections can be admired in the municipal Museum of Cartoons.

The museum collection includes toys, posters, cards and postage stamps, vinyl records, games and more.

Bolek and Lolek, Koziołek Matołek, Reksio, Colargol tje Bear, Uszatek the Bear, The Mole, The Mumins, Maya the Bee, Rumcajs, Zwirek and Muchomorek, Filemon the Cat and a whole galaxy of other stars from the old days at your disposal!

Among the exhibits are the original dolls from the films: "Colargol the Bear in the Wild West," "Uszatek the Bear", and "Plastus' Diary."

In the museum many everyday objects with characters from cartoons can be seen. There are, among others paintings, wall clocks, alarm clocks, trays, plates and ceramic mugs.

Cartoon Museum in Rzeszow

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Adress:

ul. Mickiewicza 13, 35-064 Rzeszów

Gallery:
Opening days and hours:

Mondays - closed. Tuesday - Friday: h. 9.00-16.00, Saturday - Sunday: h. 10.00-17.00. During the holidays: Monday-Friday hours. 9.00-17.00 Saturday - Sunday: 10:00-18:00 Monday - closed

Tickets adults:
normal tickets - 7 PLN
Tickets children:
discounted tickets - 4 PLN

Additional information:

Fee for the guide - 25 PLN

Organized groups should pre-book the appointment. The number  of organized groups can be max. 25 people.

E-mail:

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Phone:

+48 17 74 83 652; 17 85 25 715

Source:

http://www.muzeumdobranocek.com.pl/p/?ml=6&lang=pl

Updated on

Friday, 03 May 2013

Customer Feedback (1)

  • Małgorzata Jaworowska

    Małgorzata Jaworowska

    09 June 2012 at 21:42 | #

    Byliśmy ostatnio na Dzień Dziecka. Fajnie zlokalizowane, ponieważ znajduje się w tym samym budynku co Teatr Maska. Przyjechaliśmy na przedstawienie wcześniej i nie do końca było co z czasem zrobić, a tu niespodzianka... wstęp do Muzeum Dobranocek gratis. Dzieciaki były zachwycone i zaskoczone że aż tyle eksponatów, tylko żal nie przyjechaliśmy jeszcze wcześniej, ale... kiedyś tam wrócimy....

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