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The Graduation Tower is open again!

For visitors

Added on: 29.05.2020

Wieliczka Salt Mine

From 01.06.2020 onwards, you can join us again for walks at the Graduation Tower. We can assure you that we have devoted the last few weeks to preparing the facility for safe and comfortable use. 

Visiting the Graduation Tower is quite special, as it is an individual experience – it does not take place under the supervision of a guide and without the need to arrive at the meeting place at a specified time (during the opening hours of the facility). The Graduation Tower will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

However, we have introduced some restrictions to ensure the safety of our visitors. In designated places we placed containers with disinfectant – you will need to disinfect your hands before entering the Graduation Tower.  The number of Graduation Tower visitors is limited to 50, and the observation decks will remain closed for the time being. Detailed information on the actions taken are be available HERE.

The information about the opening of the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine can be found HERE.

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