The Regional Museum in Jasło was established in 1969 as a state institution of the social PTTK Regional Museum. The statute of this institution was approved by the Minister of Culture and Art on March 1, 1969. Since its inception, it has been an institution with two substantive sections: ethnographic and historical. The historical department is significantly expanded, because the collection includes, in addition to strictly historical monuments, also art collections. Additionally, the Museum has separate archaeological and palaeontological collections. A large part of the collection comes from the donation of Dr. Stanisław Kadyi, an ophthalmologist from Jasło, a history enthusiast who, together with the collection (including fossils, numismatics), gave the city his private house for museum purposes. The Jasło Museum started its activity with 560 exhibits taken over from the Jasło Lovers' Association and the Jasło Region (founders of the social PTTK Regional Museum). Currently, the collection of the Museum has increased 40 times and consists of over 20,000 exhibits and archives. The museum also has archives: historical and ethnographic, in which documents and photographs relating to the collections of both departments are collected.
Monday to Friday: 08:00 to 15:00
Saturday 10am - 2pm
Sunday 10: 00-14: 00