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The Warsaw Rising Museum was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in Warsaw. The Museum is a tribute of Warsaw’s residents to those who fought and died for independent Poland and its free capital. The exhibition depicts...more
We visited here on a Sunday as its free entrance. We grabbed a couple of audio guides and set off. To use the guides you follow the numbers around the museum and listen to the corresponding recording on your audio guide. However there is no...More
A very well presented museum covering the Warsaw uprising. Very sombre but well worth a visit. There is a cafe (closed when we were there) and a viewing terrace (also closed). However if you are only visiting one musem in Warsaw this is definitely the...More
I’d never heard of the Uprising in Warsaw before I went. Perhaps shame on me. But the museum is a fascinating tribute to the 10s of 1,000s who died as they rose in summer 1944 anticipating the Russian rescue that didn’t cross the river as...More
An amazing place to experience what the polish people went through during and after world war 2.
This inter-active museum was fantastic, and extremely educational.
This period of history took quite a toll on the people of Warsaw, and this museum brings it to life....More
My friend took me here on a Sunday (it is free entry on Sundays, but expect to queue for about half an hour to get in). I knew little of the Warsaw uprising other than the last few months. To discover the whole story throughout...More
This is an amazingly well curated museum full of information about the uprising, and thankfully plenty of English translations. Much of the information is illustrated by film and audio clips as well as actual items from the time. though not necessarily aimed at young people,...More
Top Tip - Go on a Sunday as it’s free on Sundays. There are lots of interesting artifacts to see but beware there is a lot of reading, in hindsight we maybe should have joined one of the guided tours. It is a little way...More
Not as good as the Jewish Polin museum but still another great interactive place. Signs to get around in the correct order could be clearer, but informative and lots to play with to help learning! Even a cafe hidden in the middle. Probably a good...More