A vast collection of Polish art through the ages, one that combines the holdings of both the cities of Wrocaw and Lwów, is the lure here. The museum is very strong on religious painting and art from the middle ages, as well as sculpture from both eastern and western Poland. That said, unless you're particularly interested in Polish religious art or have some specific historical knowledge, you're unlikely to get much from the detailed holdings here. The National Museum is located near the Panorama Racawicka, and you can use the same ticket for entry to both.