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- The POLIN museum is designed to take you through 1000 years of Polish Jewish history. Many of the exhibits are interactive and really engage the viewer. There is also a section for small children so if you go with a few people, you can take the child through some of the museum and then bring them to the kids section while the adults go through the sections on World War I and World War II. There is also a restaurant at the museum that looks good but was not open the day that we went. On Thursdays the museum is free.Written 5 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is part of a great history lesson for tourists and locals alike. Has a lot to follow and the layout in not really chronological but you will learn a lot!Written 23 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Absolutely amazing, perfect, fun and stunning experience !!! The name totally justifies the experience! Highly recommended 🦩Written 5 February 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Just amazing, you must visit this palace and its garden, even when it is far away from the centre. It was favourite place of King Jan III. Sobieski. Tickets you can buy online or on the place. How to get there and detailed info you can read on my travel blog in Czech and English: hamiczech.tips
For more travel inspiration follow me on Facebook or Insta: hamiczechWritten 13 January 2023
- The official residence of Polish monarchs. Rebuilt many times. Be sure to go inside, it is richly decorated. The ticket can be paid by card. You look around yourself with the audio guide on your ears. Available cloakroom, cafe, souvenir shop. If you are wondering what to see in Warsaw this weekend, read the article in Czech or English on: hamiczech.tips. For travel inspiration, follow me on Insta and Faceb.: I am hamiczech.Written 14 January 2023
- I originally thought this centre would have a bit on the history of Copernicus. Otherwise it is a good place for learning about science in an interactive manner.
There were quite a few school trips during my visit so it meant waiting a while before seeing some of the exhibitions but you can see why it is popular.Written 2 January 2023
- Great guide, awesome design, fun! Recommened to all people that are interested in spirits and historyWritten 8 January 2023
- It is quite small, and when it is crowded it’s hard to take pictures, but overall it’s a great place. Had fun there, took some amazing pics!Written 22 January 2023
- A fun place to spend an afternoon, alone or with someone. They have a wide variety of consoles including some rarities like Vectrex or Philips CD-i, as well as home computers and Windows PCs. The game selection is spot on, lots of games you remember from your childhood if you grew up in Poland in the 90's - even ones that don't make it to "top 10" lists on the internet :) They also have a section with lots of old computer and video game magazines, unfortunately I didn't have time to check them out - maybe another time.
Of course you can emulate the games or get them to run on a modern computer, but it's easier to visit the museum where everything is set up and you can view them on a CRT monitor, like we did back in the day.
The place is easy to miss if you don't live in the area because it's in an underground passage.Written 31 January 2023
- Lots of interesting pieces through history and across cultures. Worth spending up to 3 hours if you can take it all in. better to go around opening on the weekends as it starts to fill up by noon which is less enjoyable. Also check out the free exhibition of military tanks and equipment next doorWritten 23 January 2023
- We visited only the outdoor section of the museum (free!) and found it very interesting. Great for military buffs, especially for those interested in Soviet-era weaponry; MIGs, Tupelovs, SAMs, even a couple of Scud missiles! This place rates five stars for those interested in military history and hardware, but would still be enjoyable for others at a casual level.Written 3 January 2023
- This is a temp exhibition of the original museum. So it's rather tiny and with limited exhibits. It is just a small small room. If you plan to visit Warsaw again wait for the renovation of the original one. The price it's just 12pln but still.... It should be free till the original opens up.... If again you don't plan to return to Warsaw give it a try since it's interesting to see such old toys in perfect condition....Written 7 November 2021
- It was really cool experience, you could even stop and eat a snack, have a coffee or some lemonade which looks and taste like from that time! It is quite small, but interesting, plus you can stop at the small cinemaWritten 30 January 2023
- It is quite interesting, it is just really small. But there are some tablets that you could interact with and read everything in english and hear about the history. But there are not a lot of exhibitionsWritten 30 January 2023
- After visiting Poland for almost 30 years, I'm still discovering what hidden gems Poland has to offer. The Muzeum Wodki is at the forefront of revealing just how a nation has influenced the world with its talents, especially in Wodka. The tour was very educational & interactive, taking you back a thousand years with the history of Wodka to the present. Ending with a pleasant tasting session which you can continue on in the relaxing roof top Cocktail Bar. A definite must see location.
Na ZdrowieWritten 14 July 2019
Frequently Asked Questions about Warsaw
- These experiences are best for museums in Warsaw:
- World of Illusion Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket
- Skip the Line: Museum of Life Under Communism Ticket
- Warsaw Vodka Night Private Tour by Retro Fiat
- Full-Day Private Guided Tour From Warsaw to Auschwitz and Krakow
- Old Town with Royal Castle + Palace of Culture&Science: PRIVATE TOUR /Pick-up/