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Poznan Archaeological Museum

ul. Wodna 27 | Palac Gorkow, Poznan 61-781, Poland
+48 61 852 82 51
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Hidden gem just off Stary Rynek

We went into this museum expecting another small, municipal museum like the other museums on and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Surprisingly great

Even though most of the museums I encountered in Poznan were quite small and Polish-language aimed... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Laurens H
Delft, The Netherlands
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Jedyny w Polsce prawdziwy obelisk ze starozytnego Egiptu, narzedzia uzywane kilkanascie tysiecy lat temu przez pierwszych mieszkancow dzisiejszej Wielkopolski, urny grobowe w ksztalcie twarzy - to tylko czesc niezwyklych zabytkow, jakie mozna obejrzec w Muzeum Archeologicznym w Poznaniu. Placowka jest jedna z najstarszych, najwiekszych i najprezniej dzialajacych tego typu w Polsce. Prezentuje piec wystaw stalych: Pradzieje Wielkopolski, Tu Powstala Polska, Smierc i Zycie w Starozytnym Egipcie, Archeologia Sudanu, Sztuka Naskalna Afryki Polnocnej. Ekspozycje sa multimedialne - urozmaicaja je panele dotykowe i ekrany LCD. Czesc wystaw jest interaktywnych - zwiedzajacy moga wyprobowac swych sil w stworzeniu rytu naskalnego, dzieci wcielic w archeologow pracujacych na wykopaliskach lub przymierzyc kolczuge sredniowiecznego rycerza.
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  • Terrible2%
Travellers talk about
“iron age” (2 reviews)
“ancient egypt” (2 reviews)
ul. Wodna 27 | Palac Gorkow, Poznan 61-781, Poland
+48 61 852 82 51
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We went into this museum expecting another small, municipal museum like the other museums on and around Stary Rynek, but were pleasantly surprised. There's a ticket desk, doubling as the museum shop, attended by English-speaking staff. There were several interesting temporary exhibitions on the ground...More

Thank Fudgemellow
Reviewed 1 week ago

Even though most of the museums I encountered in Poznan were quite small and Polish-language aimed, this one certainly surprised me. The staff - speaking basic English, which is all one should expect - was very friendly and helpful, providing me with an English language...More

Thank Laurens H
Reviewed 31 October 2017

The museum is on the ground floor and first floor. However, in the basement there are lockers (a refundable 2 zloty coin is required here) for your bags (they are narrow but full height), toilets and a disabled toilet. Luckily there is an elevator (winda)...More

Thank traveller-pg
Reviewed 5 October 2017

Visited on the day it was free. Always a bonus!. Able to have headphones for translations. Excellent displays and very interesting content. Great day out.

Thank kath m
Reviewed 1 October 2017

We'd just been to Switzerland where I'd been disappointed in the museums. Then here was a small town museum that housed an interesting collection that is put together well.

Thank Colona1988
Reviewed 18 September 2017

Right on the corner of Town hall Square the museum exhibition space itself is quite small, but I did kind of get the feeling that I had missed a staircase or room full of wonderful things based on other peoples reviews here. That said I...More

Thank Daya101
Reviewed 22 July 2017

The Museum is a bit like the Tardis on entry it seems very small but then expands in many directions to display Egyptian as well as early Polish artefacts. The Egyptian part is mostly downstairs with the Polish history shown through a series of tableaus...More

2  Thank Will O
Reviewed 14 July 2017

There is a section on very early settlements in this region that, whilst different from the settlements that occurred in the UK, I still didn't find that interesting. I believe that the Egyptology section of this museum is the largest in Poland and it is...More

2  Thank pnhmrk
Reviewed 26 May 2017

It is nice and compact museum. You can manage it in 1...2h, interesting not boring exposition. Lot of coins and another metal, wooden, stone and clay findings Findings from Egypt are presented too. Many of findings are good restored. Perfect place for bad weather day...More

2  Thank 1Viktor1
Reviewed 4 March 2017

This wasn't on my agenda when I planned my trip to Poznan but as a history buff I thought it would be worth checking out. I was pleasantly surprised...it was a small but well done museum. Clean and very well put together. It has a...More

1  Thank Andrew B
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