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MICET (Interactive Museum / Theatre Education Center) is a place for those who seek spontaneity in life and creativity at work. Experimental space for developing imagination and discovering one’s creative potential.

Five themes organise the space into pathways; the visitor chooses their course. Every pathway, built around Stary’s historical and contemporary productions, consists of educational activities and exercise part.

18 May – 11 June Andrzej Wajda in the Stary Theatre exhibition can be visited within the ticket to MICET.

MICET

The National Stary Theater
Jagiellońska 1 Street, 31-010 Kraków
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

by Tram:   2,  4, 8, 13, 1418, 24
by Bus:  124, 152, 304, 424, 502
nearest stop: Teatr Bagatela
on foot – 2 min from the Main Market Square
websites:
http://krakow.jakdojade.pl,
http://rozklady.mpk.krakow.pl

OPENING / ENTRY HOURS

MICET is open to the public every day (except Monday) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

ATTENTION! On Tuesday admission is free and possible only with a ticket to the Stary Theatre’s productions. At this time only a part of applications is available for visitors.

ADMISSION TICKETS

can be purchased at The National Stary Theater’s Ticket Office (entrance from Jagiellońska 1 Street) or booked online.

Adults 12 PLN
Seniors (65 and over with ID) 8 PLN
Students (with student ID card) 8 PLN
Children (7 and under) Free
for organized groups sold in packet with a ticket to the Stary Theatre’s productions
1 PLN

PROMOTION FOR GROUPS

If bought together with a ticket for a play, groups are able to buy additional tickets to MICET at the price of 1 PLN per person. 

Ticket Office is open from Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Sunday 11.00 a.m. – 3.30 p.m. and an hour before performances.

GROUPS

For further information, please call +48 12 422 40 40, or email rezerwacja@stary.pl

Due to the restricted surface area, there are limits to the number of visitors allowed in each day.
About 20 people can remain in MICET area at the same time .

Tickets are sold for an hour and a half. We request that the times encoded on the tickets be respected. Visitors who are more than 30 minutes late may be refused entrance to the display area if the number of visitors would exceed 20. If there are any free slots later, tickets may be rebooked.

There are no refunds for lost tickets or if part of the display is temporarily unavailable.

Visitors should exchange their tickets to the MICET RFID card at the Information Desk before entering the display area. The RFID card allows comfortable and secure access to the interactive applications. Please return the card to the Information Desk upon leaving.

Please refrain from bringing large bags, as all items larger than 20 cm × 20 cm must be checked.

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The project was realized due to financial aid from the Financial Mechanism of European Economic Area and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 under the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage “Maintenance and revitalization of cultural heritage” programme.

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