The Przypkowski Museum in Jędrzejów is located in two historic buildings from the eighteenth and fourteenth century.
The exhibition is located in historic interiors of the Przypkowski family, such as a doctor's office, library, gray living room, dining room, kitchen, blue living room and bedroom. And its equipment is nearly complete.
One of the most interesting and most important exhibitions is a collection of sundials of nearly all types, which were produced from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, including Augsburg, Nuremberg, Dieppe, Paris, equatorial, height, and many others, and mechanical. It is the third largest collection of sundials in the world (after Oxford and Chicago).
CC licence: some rights reserved by User:PiotrusAdress:
pl. T. Kościuszki 7-8, 28-300 Jędrzejów, PolskaGallery:
Open from 15 April to 31 October from Tuesday to Sunday. 8:00-17:00 (last admission 16:00) and from 1 November to 14 April from Tuesday to Sunday. 8:00-16:00 (last admission 15: 00)Tickets adults:
- Children under 7 years free admission
- Additional fee for vistiting temporary exhibitions: price of 3 PLN