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This shop is in the same building as the Regional Museum and the Krokowa Tourist office.
You don't have to go to the museum to access the shop though, you can just walk in off the street.
The shop has a fine selection of carved wooden objects also some books and textiles.
Most of the carvings are representations of people, carved in the traditional Polish fashion but there are also lots of children's toys
What to buy: I bought two large carvings of people: a woman with a cat dressed in red with a white headscarf and a small gnarled old man, knotty as the wood he's carved from, carrying a lantern. I also bought some paiintings of the ocean on wood carved from pine trees . A little twee perhaps, but acceptable souvenir type gifts. I also bought some carved miniature wooden animals for the children in my life.
What to pay: Very little. My purchases in total cost me around EUR 30
Updated Sep 28, 2007
Address: Ul. Zamkowa
Phone: 0048 58 6735729
Close to the Krokowa's castle/palace there is a very, very small museum. Its character is regional (limited number of the old tools on the exposition) and artistic (but dominated by the local authors). In my opinion nothing interestining - and the tickets are not so cheap. But - on the other side - the next to this museum is a little shop where you can buy souvenirs or handicrafts looking prettier and sometimes even more original.
Updated Sep 4, 2004