Coordinator for persons
with disabilities

Kamil Gibas

570 115  377 (Monday – Friday, 8.00 am – 4.00 pm)

The exposition areas of the Gallery are accessible in terms of architecture. In order to safely move between the levels of the Gallery people with limited mobility are asked to use the lift. The staircases and the entresol level (the bookshop) are inaccessible to wheelchair users.

On the ground level there is a quiet corner – a safe area created specially for autistic people, sensory sensitive people and children, where you can rest in case of overstimulation while visiting the exposition.


In the entrance hall there is a scale model of the building with individual areas accessible to visitors marked on it. The model allows one to familiarise him-/herself with the layout of the Gallery by means of the sense of sight or/and touch.


Every Tuesday from 12 noon to 3 pm as part of the accessibility of the cultural institution the Gallery holds the so-called Hush time, whose aim is to create a safe and comfortable space for autistic visitors or sensory sensitive people.

During Hush time the Gallery ensures that:

  • no organised activities are held in the exhibition area (guided tours, workshops, meetings with artists and others)
  • loud sounds coming from audio artworks are muted
  • harsh lighting is dimmed or reduced


Discounted ticket issued to:

  • persons with disability and their guides,
  • holders of Krakow Family Card with a Disabled Child