Krakow Story in the Wyspiański Pavilion

Contact details

pl. Wszystkich Świętych 2

+48 501 238 632

Opening hours

9:00 - 19:00

01.01.2024, 31.03.2024, 01.04.2024, 01.11.2024, 25.12.2024, 26.12.2024

The InfoKraków point in the Wyspiański Pavilion is part of the Krakow Story – a space for local artisans. Visiting residents and tourists will not only be treated to regional cuisine, crafts, fashion, art, handicrafts, literary and musical offerings, but also numerous workshops and meetings with interesting characters.


Located in the heart of Krakow, the InfoKraków point is your one-stop destination for all things Krakow. Discover the individuals shaping modern Krakow and contribute to the city’s evolving narrative. Open daily from 9.00 to 19.00, and it’s a place to observe, listen, read, and take a piece of the Małopolska capital home with you.


Among the artists presented in the Wyspiański Pavilion are Ekomiody and Pasieka Morawskie, Krakow Glassworks, Ceramics from Lanckorona, LavendziarniaStoki6, Tłocznia Maurer and many others.


We asked the curators for their original selection and choice of products. Each is responsible for the area where they feel most comfortable and knowledgeable. The programme curator, also in charge of the lifestyle section, is journalist Aga Kozak. Kraków-based fashion designer Pat Guzik is responsible for all the fashion creations. Culinary delights from all over the province have been collected in the Kraków Story by Agnieszka Sendor – co-founder of the famous Pstrąg Ojcowski fish farm in Ojców. As many as 16 coffee roasters from Krakow will be systematically available to visitors – brought to you by Filip Bartelak, a Polish specialist in coffee quality assessment. Łukasz Wojtusik, cultural journalist and author of 'Wojtusik’s Alphabet’, is responsible for the literature section. Daniel Cichy, director and editor-in-chief of Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne, is curator of the music category.


The space is adapted to the needs of people with mobility impairments.


Fot. Magdalena Rymarz