POLIN Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich
The Museum is a modern institution of culture - it is a historical museum which presents the 1000 years of Jewish life in the Polish lands. It is also a place of meeting and dialogue among those who wish to explore the past and present Jewish culture, those eager to draw conclusions for the future…
Warsaw is home to Poland’s most inspiring museums, which will give you a chance to learn about the country’s turbulent history, visual arts, classical music, science and more. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews Building, History Museum Save to Wishlist Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email…
Except from the main exhibition, there are different events going on - check before visiting what is currently ongoing - the website: www.polin.pl/en
Very well designed museum. At least 1 whole day if you want to see everything. Great area around.
“Modern, interactive muzeum presenting the most dramatic moment in Warsaw history. No. 1 Museum to see in Warsaw.”
“Łazienki Królewskie - a palace and garden complex in Warsaw founded in the 18th century by Stanisław August Poniatowski. The name comes from the baroque bathhouse pavilion, erected in the 1880s by Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski and rebuilt by Stanisław August Poniatowski into the palace on the island. In addition to buildings, pavilions and free-standing sculptures, there are four gardens: Royal, Romantic, Modernist and Chinese. From 1960, the team is the seat of the Royal Łazienki Museum.”
“The mission of the Fryderyk Chopin Museum at the Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw – the world’s largest Chopin centre – is to cultivate memory of the great composer and to make knowledge about his life and work available to the public at large. With its extensive programme of scholarly, exhibition, educational, publishing and artistic work and its promotional campaigns on an international scale, the Museum’s activities comprise collecting, describing, safeguarding and conserving museum objects belonging to the immediate Chopin heritage and making those resources available, as well as obtaining and disseminating the fruits of contemporary creative work linked to Fryderyk Chopin, his music and his times.”