The Pan Tadeusz Museum in Wroclaw was reopened to visitors on May 12. At that time, the courtyard of the Tenement House under the Golden Sun were made available to the public and the floor where temporary exhibitions were was presented. Permanent exhibitions "Pan Tadeusz Manuscript" and "Mission: Poland" - due to their specific nature - have not yet been made available to visitors. These exhibitions will be available again from July 1. An individual visiting scenario has been elaborated that will allow a safe visit to the museum under conditions of increased sanitary requirements. Entries to the exhibition will be possible every half hour in groups of a maximum of six people, showed round by a guide. The museum will provide guide services as part of the regular ticket price for permanent exhibitions. The facility will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 16.
Author: Paweł Tunia
Source: Poland Daily