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Hailed as a Renaissance masterpiece and the best work of leading gothic sculptor Veit Stoss, behold the colossal wood-carved altarpiece in St. Mary’s Basilica. Known as the Altar of Veit Stoss, this triptych’s rarity lies in its realistic polychromatic design made out of three types of wood, beautifully showcasing the life of Jesus and Mother Mary on each of its panels.
Witness how the rich palette of romantic voices gives devotees a rush of divine experience through the organs arranged in the church. From the Great Organ dating back to the 18th century, to the 14-stop choral organ that becomes the heart and soul of any celebration, and the aisle organ that accompanied the Cross service, St. Mary’s Basilica is home to them.
Visit the chapels in St. Mary’s Basilica, and discover the unique story behind each of them. From the Chapel of St. Anthony which was used to hold convicts sentenced to death, to the Chapel of St. John with its connections to the Second World War, wind through history, as each altar and chapel sing to you tales of another era, with all its follies and glories.
The facade of St. Mary’s Basilica can be distinctly recognized by the disproportionate twin towers that seem to reach for the sky with their soaring appearance and marked architecture. While the taller tower is crowned with a Gothic cupola, the shorter one is topped with a late-Renaissance cupola, which also acts as the bell tower.
Chime in with St. Mary’s Basilica mellow tunes as the bells echo across the city of Krakow. The church houses four medieval liturgical bells, two clock gongs, the bell for the dying and St. Mary’s bugle call, which is played by the bugler, which makes this collection unique on a world scale.
Monday to Saturday: 11.30 AM to 6 PM
Sundays and holidays: 2 PM to 6 PM
Note: The visitor service point is closed 15 minutes before the end of visiting hours.
Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Sundays: 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Sundays and holidays: 6 AM, 7 AM, 8 AM, 9 AM, 10 AM(in Latin), 11.15 AM, 12 PM, 1 PM, 6.30 PM, and 8 PM(Students and graduates, with the participation of the choir in Latin).
Weekday Masses (between September and June): 6 AM, 6.30 AM, 7 AM, 7.30 AM, 8 AM, 8.30 AM, 9 AM, 9.30 AM, 10 AM (in Latin), 10.30 AM, 11 AM, and 6.30 PM
Note: In July and August, the morning masses start only on the hour, which means that there are no masses at 6.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30, or 10.30.
Timings: On the last Thursday of every month.
Address: plac Mariacki 5, 31-042 Kraków, Poland
Yes, St Mary’s Basilica Krakow tickets are available for visitors to purchase online.
The best way to purchase St Mary’s Basilica Krakow tickets is to book them online. This way you get vouchers with great offers and can also reserve slots well in advance, granting access to the venue for the date of your choice.
Yes, you can book any date of your choice in advance, if you book your St Mary’s Basilica Krakow tickets online.
You can book your tickets on the same day but they are subject to availability as people usually book them almost one month in advance. So, it is highly recommended to book your St Mary’s Basilica tickets online well in advance to avoid any disappointment.
You can get a full refund on canceling your St. Mary's Basilica Krakow ticket up to 24h before the schedule.
Yes, St. Mary's Basilica Krakow tickets include skip-the-line access. Please check the ticket details before purchasing.
The adoration is held on the last Thursday of every month, so you can plan your visit accordingly.
Yes, you can visit the St. Mary's Basilica Krakow from 11.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays and holidays.
Mass is held every hour from 6 AM to 10 AM on Sundays and holidays, and every half an hour on weekdays during the same time.