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Fryderyk Chopin Museum

Okolnik 1 | Ostrogski Palace, Warsaw 00-368, Poland
+48 22 441 62 51
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4-Hour Chopin's Life and Music Walking Tour in Warsaw
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“his life” (62 reviews)
“high tech” (30 reviews)
“classical music” (20 reviews)
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Okolnik 1 | Ostrogski Palace, Warsaw 00-368, Poland
+48 22 441 62 51
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a wonderful museum to a great compose. There are couple of levels but there is a lift. The museum takes you right through the life of Chopin through the George Sands situation and to his death. Lots of chances to listen to his...More

Thank Insearch0fadventure
Reviewed 4 days ago

It was a nice place to visit in Warsaw. You can enjoy time, listen to music and get acquainted with Chopin's art.

Thank Maria A
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

As all other museums had already closed down at that point we decided to give this one a chance. The staff at the entrance was giving us a really nice introduction including tips on where to start our tour and the guy in the cloarkroom...More

Thank wuhaa88
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a beautiful collection of memorabilia in a wonderful old house but the overall feel of the museum was disappointing. I wanted to hear more music and come away feeling uplifted by this. Yes there are music stations but if the museum is busy...More

Thank trcinspain
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Currently there are external renovations, you need to keep your eyes open to find it! We went on a Sunday, which was free entry! Every other day is ticketed. The free cloakroom was handy, but it was full! Be careful if you are carrying large...More

Thank Sophia C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The museum provedes a lot of background knowledge e.g. concerning family and friends of Chopin, you can listen to music for hours sitting on convenient chairs. There is also a nice cafe and a shop selling CDs, books, bags etc. There was surisingly no queue...More

Thank Friemens
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a great tour guide who summarized all the information available at the museum. It is really neat to see Chopin's actual piano. Worth a visit.

Thank fromohio2013
Reviewed 5 November 2017

Many museums would benefit to see how the Poles have succeeded to incorporate new technology within the confinments of an old building.

Thank angi0825
Reviewed 20 October 2017

Really excellent museum in a old building in Warsaw. As a musician it was great how really intereactive it was that you could read original scores and listen to the music at the same time. It has a good collection of items from Chopin's life;...More

Thank Cazski
Reviewed 1 October 2017

Four of us are in Poland for genealogy research- the 2 wife's ancestors are from Poland South of Krakow at the foot of the hills. We are visiting Warsaw for a couple of days before we fly home. One in the party wanted to go...More

Thank leftout
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27 October 2015|
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Response from Chopin_Institute | Property representative |
Yes. In Chopin Museum we have Chopin's last piano made by Pleyel. Chopin played on that instrument during tournee to Scottland and UK.
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Bruce G
6 March 2015|
Response from sip3542 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but I forgot the amount
Bruce G
6 March 2015|
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