Budynek ratusza miejskiego znajduje się w centrum miasta i należy do Muzeum Wsi Mazowieckiej w Sierpcu. Jest on miejscem wystaw czasowych promujących nie tylko kulturę lokalną, ale również kulturę innych narodów.  W ratuszu organizowane są spotkania dla dzieci i młodzieży szkolnej, związane z obrzędowością świąteczną i ludową. Pełna oferta dostępna jest pod linkiem Muzealna szkoła.



Muzeum Wsi Mazowieckiej w Sierpcu – Ratusz
pl. Kardynała Wyszyńskiego 1, 09-200 Sierpc
tel. 24/275 28 26
E-mail: ratusz@mwmskansen.pl

Godziny otwarcia:


od poniedziałku do piątku w godz.: 10.00 – 14.00
sobota, niedziela i święta.: nieczynne (z powodu zmiany wystawy)


W poniedziałki Muzeum jest nieczynne dla zwiedzających.

W soboty wstęp nieodpłatny z możliwością zwiedzania ekspozycji, jednak bez możliwości korzystania z form edukacyjnych, takich jak lekcje muzealne.


Regulamin zwiedzania.RATUSZ


Ratusz w Sierpcu. Kwitnące drzewa i kwiaty




W przygotowaniu jest nowa wystawa: „Dyskretny urok pejzażu w malarstwie Wojciecha Webera„.


Ladies and gentlemen,


With the aim of limiting the risk of infection and adjusting the sightseeing regulations to the generally applicable law regulations in the time of SARS-CoV-2 epidemic, we introduce specific sightseeing regulations:

1)      obligation to cover the mouth and nose;

2)      obligation to keep the distance at least 2 metres from each other;

3)      minors under 13 years of age cannot move around without adults;

4)      in the interiors of individual objects there can be only one sightseeing person, excluding eligible persons [see: The Regulations stating the specific rules of visiting the Museum of the Masovian Countryside in Sierpc – the open-air museum];

5)      before entering each object in which the exhibition is available, each person is obligated to use a hand sanitizer which is provided by the Museum;

6)      visitors are obligated to strict adhering to graphic and textual instructions, prohibitions and commands located within the open-air museum’s premises, including: information about direction of movement, enters and exits, keeping the distance, prohibition of touching exhibits and surfaces.


The museum exhibitions are made available, excluding the Sculpture gallery and the cottage from Drwały village. Until further notice, the possibility of visiting the open-air museum in organised groups is excluded as well as providing the following services is deferred: sightseeing with a guide and an audioguide, organising performances, presentations, demonstrations of farm activities, handicraft, educational services, organising open-air events, horse rides, or horse-drawn cart rides.


We recommend to sightsee the museum exhibitions with a “Guidebook” publication which can be a nice souvenir from staying in the Museum, and also, if it is possible, to use electronic forms of payment or online.


The Town Hall and the Museum of the Small Town in Bieżuń – the branch of the Museum of the Masovian Countryside in Sierpc are still closed until further notice.


The regulations stating the specific rules of sightseeing of

the Museum of the Masovian Countryside in Sierpc – the open-air museum

in time of epidemic can be found here



Thank you for your consideration and wish you a pleasant visit.    



The Museum of the Mazovian Countryside in Sierpc – The Town Hall
pl. Kardynała Wyszyńskiego 1, 09-200 Sierpc
tel. 24/275 28 26
E-mail: ratusz@mwmskansen.pl


Open hours:

from Tuesday to Friday : 8.00 – 4.00

on Saturdays and Sundays: 10.00 – 6.00

On Mondays the Town Hall is closed for visitors.

On Saturdays free of charge with a possibility of visiting exhibition, however, without
a possibility to participate in educational forms, such as museum lessons or shows.

The Town Hall built in classical style between 1837 and 1841 with the function of the seat of city authorities. It was built when Walenty Klecha was the city mayor. It has served its function for 137 years (with a 3-year break between 1942 and 1945). There were a city bank here, an office and mayor’s flat, a police station and in the basement – a temporary custody. In the primary building project due to limited financial resources clock tower was not assumed. However, after finishing the construction Government Commission of Internal Affairs and the Clergy presented and approved the project of clock tower construction.  It was built on in 1843.

In 1971 2 rooms were designed for a newly created Ethnographic Museum. In 1979 city authorities bequeathed the whole building to the Museum which remains in possession of the Museum up to now. In 1997 the old clock was replaced by a new one and welcoming (year) 2000 the city inhabitants heard a new bugle call composed by Bogusław Klimsa for the first time.

In exhibition rooms of the town hall permanent exhibitions showing Polish culture and culture of other countries as well as works of artists of diverse art fields are organized. Educational classes for children and youngsters, meetings, lectures and talks are arranged here.