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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
There is a lot to do, see, read and experience here. Didn't cost much to visit, very interesting to find out about this part of history that I was relativity unaware of. The audio guide was also helpful. There is a cafe for refreshments halfway...More
This is a very interesting museum, interactive and impressing. We learned a lot about this period and to be as near to history as here is a overwhelming feeling. We are not allowed to forget what happened in Poland and Europe during WW2 and this...More
This museum is a must visit for any traveller.
You will only then come to realise the extent of the total devastation by the Nazis. The Russians are also to blame.
The 3D film, and the genuine newsreels of the time leave you in horror....More
One of the best, most remarkable and special museums I've ever been to. You can really feel what it was like in 1944. You can read, hear, touch, smell, watch, discover with your all senses. Your age does not matter. Everyone will understand the place...More
Allow a couple of hours, the whole, very important story is told from before 1st August 1944 and the 9 week resistance. Multi media, artefacts and simulations are used to generate feelings as well as inform. Harrowing photo scenes can be seen by adults and...More
It is very nicely designed museum with a lot of exponauts from World War II. The pictures, weapons, outfits, artificial walls and the sounds will make you a part of that period and will be able to feel the whole horror in yourself. The guid...More
Very engaging museum with video clips taken during the uprising, a 3D movie taken of the devastated Warsaw after WWII, recreated sewer tunnels to go thru, and tons of little known stories. I was greatly enlightened and felt such a respect for the Polish people...More
Having been fascinated by this episode of WW2 since I was young, I was really excited to visit this museum. Perhaps if I had gone on a week day it wouldn't have been so crowded. I took another reviewer's suggestion and arranged my schedule so...More