Depot

Depot
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Depot

The depot complex on św. Wawrzyńca Street is unique in Europe.

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Depot
localization icon ŚWIĘTEGO WAWRZYŃCA 15, 31-060 KRAKÓW
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Opening hours
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contact info
  • Depot
  • ul. św. Wawrzyńca 15, 31-060 Kraków
  • 12 428 66 00
  • muzeum@mit.krakow.pl
media contact
  • Edyta Gajewska
  • edyta.gajewska@mit.krakow.pl
  • 515 410 489
reservations
  • Czynne wt. – sob. od 10:00 do 18:00.
  • rezerwacja@mit.krakow.pl
  • 12 428 66 00 wew. 11
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Exhibitions

Check out the historic trams at the Depot on Wawrzyńca Street! Among them, freshly restored beautiful and unique Car C – a symbol of the country’s reconstruction after independence.

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We are preparing a new permanent exhibition Planned exhibition Exhibition of Trams at Wawrzyńca Street Creativity Zone

History of the Depot

The depot complex at św. Wawrzyńca Street is a rarity in Europe, being the only depot complex virtually preserved in its entirety and documenting the continuity of public transport evolution from the introduction of horse trams, through narrow-gauge and standard-gauge electric trams, to buses. The entire complex was erected in stages in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.