About this Tour
Obwarzanki, these inconspicuous parboiled dough rings have been part of our city’s history for over 600 years! Beloved by citizens, tourists and pigeons! It’s been known since medieval times – kings ate it, knights ate it, even Wawel’s dragon ate it!
Learn more and discover what makes them unique during obwarzanki making workshop. Each participant gets a piece of dough and leaves with their very own obwarzanek.
Obwarzanek krakowski is a symbol of our city. There are 150,000 of them sold every day. Its tradition has been carrying on for over 600 years, and its significance to the culinary heritage of Krakow has been recognized by the European Union – the obwarzanek krakowski has received the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status.
Our interactive educational museum is located just a few hundred meters away from the Main Square. There is also a small cafe/shop with coffee, bagels and some souvenirs.
- Please visit 8 Szczepański Square or 13 Wolnica Square where you will receive a voucher from the Local Supplier. Only this document will be accepted at the Museum's Ticket Office
- Please, present the PRINTED Discover Cracow voucher at the Museum’s ticket office