Located in the 17th century granary on formerly-forgotten Sikorski Square, this branch of the National Museum was opened in 2013 and houses the city's large collection of European painting and sculpture, in addition to organizing conferences, concerts, and other events. Displaying Lorenzo Lotto 1507 The Adoration of the infant Jesus
- the consensus is the most valuable foreign work ' in the possession of Krakow's National Museum, other highlights include John the Baptist Preaching
by Pieter Brueghel the Younger, The Crucifixion
by Paolo Veneziano, and more early Renaissance Italian painting. While we are happy to see this collection find a permanent home, those who have seen their share of European art museums can probably justify skipping it.
The EUROPEUM - European Culture Centre
is a division of the Krakow National Museum housing a permanent exhibition of European art. Placed on two floors in a restored 17th century granary, the museum was opened to the public on September 13, 2013.