A journey through over 75 years of history of both Śląsk Wrocław and the city itself, plus an activity zone, stadium models at your fingertips in the multimedia rotunda, a photo booth and fascinating stories of players from the past… All this is available 7 days a week at the Museum Śląsk Wrocław at the Tarczyński Arena!
The exhibition is divided into individual stages of the history of the city and Śląsk, including: Club on the ruins of the city, Historic promotion in 1964, The golden years of the 70s, and Return to the top. The museum also includes: artifacts from the past (documents, pennants, etc.), statements by players, historical photographs, and video materials.
The vast majority of the museum is devoted to the history of the football team. However, the multi-sectional aspect was noted. The showcases include, among others: the handball championship cup, the trophy for the Polish Basketball Championship in the 1999/2000 season, and Olympic medals (won by Renata Mauer-Różańska in shooting and won by Józef Tracz in wrestling). All previous medalists of the Olympic Games in WKS colors were additionally commemorated in the stadium’s promenades, right next to the museum’s activity zone. The fans’ side was also shown: on one of the walls there is a recording of the match coverage on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Śląsk Wrocław.
You enter the museum from the esplanade level, at the level of sectors B and C, near the Śląska Wrocław FanShop from Królewiecka Street. Tickets can be purchased in the above-mentioned FanShop or via the website www.muzeumslaskwroclaw.pl – there is also a detailed price list there. The cost of a regular ticket to the Museum is PLN 25, a reduced ticket is PLN 15. A family ticket (two adults and two/three children or teenagers up to 18 years of age) is PLN 70. There are a number of discounts: the Nasz Wrocław program, the Large Family Card and the Agglomeration Card – tickets with such discounts can only be purchased on site. The cheapest tickets (after taking into account discounts) can be purchased for PLN 12.50 (normal) and PLN 7.50 (discount).
On the side of the promenades – under the stands, after passing the museum – there is an activity zone for children and teenagers, with safe, spacious play equipment. It can be used by both visitors to the Museum Śląsk Wrocław in Wrocław and the Browar Stu Mostów – Sports Bar located right next to it. On weekdays, the museum is open from 10:00 to 18:00, and on weekends from 11:00 to 19:00. Individual or group visits are possible. You can choose to visit the museum itself or the museum in a package with visiting the Tarczyński Arena.