Galician Town in Nowy Sącz is a remarkable spacious museum, which is a section of Sądecki Ethnographic Park. People call it remarkable because a visit to this place takes us about ten years back to the market and streets that reflect the character of a small-town buildings of nineteenth-century Galicia. Complex of buildings that form this place is faithfully recreated from old plans, engravings and preserved markets of existing small towns in Małopolska, including: Stary Sacz, Czchów, Lanckorona, Ciężkowice and Krościenko. It is equipped in accordance with the historical records. Strolling through the market square surrounded by town houses, crossing each threshold, you can truly feel the atmosphere from centuries ago.