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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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Interesting and compact !

It is nice and compact museum. You can manage it in 1...2h, interesting not boring... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Small but good museum, close to Old Market Square

This wasn't on my agenda when I planned my trip to Poznan but as a history buff I thought it would... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2017
Andrew B
Arlington, Virginia
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ul. Wodna 27 | Palac Gorkow, Poznan 61-781, Poland
+48 61 852 82 51
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Reviewed yesterday

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

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

Thank Andrew B
Reviewed 16 February 2017

Located in a beautiful historical building, with an interesting selection of artefacts. You will likely hear a music from the courtyard - if not live, during the concert, then just chilling tune from the cafe you may rest at.

Thank Malwina J
Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Very poor museum, with almost nothing of interest in it. It is not an interesting visit: Next time I will no visit it.

Thank Francisco Javie... D
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

Actually you can stay in the museum for half day if you have time! They provide free English audioguide so you can enjoy the details of each display case. Each display case got their audio numbers that's why you can stay in the museum for...More

Thank Simon W
Reviewed 6 September 2016

This museum has a nice Egyptian collection, but (as you can also see that at the Louvre or British Museum), I was most interested in the Polish archaeology. It proved to be a nice collection with new displays, from the Stone age, Bronze and Iron...More

Thank NLcycle
Reviewed 3 September 2016

The museum has a large collection of unique items and treasures form the prehistoric stone, bronze and iron ages found across the Wielkopolska Region. The collections continue to the medieval period. Another part of the museum contains unusual and quite impressive in size collections from...More

Thank Slavo M
Reviewed 30 August 2016

I really enjoyed this museum. This museum offered a great insight on some of Egypt's Archeology and the obelisk was amazing.

Thank PurpleWorld1387
Reviewed 17 May 2016

Ancient Polish Archaeological finds and stunning exhibition of Egyptian wonders - see Ramses 11 obelisk - incredible.

Thank lyndawidmerrodel
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Nice museum with many historical monuments. There where catmumies, crocmumies... In the first floor they had how it was in Polan in the early years.

Thank Tor-Arne M
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