This is a must when visiting Warsaw. You learn so much about what Warsaw and it's people have been trough. Takes a while to go trough this museum, prepare it's a lot to read, and it's very much worth it.
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The organisation and the customer service are far below my expectations. I find it hard to understand why a visitor should queue 3 times to simply enter this otherwise reasonably good museum. 1st: queue at ticket desk. 2nd: queue at entrance outside the main building...More
It might only cost £4 to get in but you really need a few hours to properly do his museum. There are lots of exhibits and films to watch and the route is a bit hard to follow as the signage isn’t very clear. When...More
This museum was very different to the majority of museums we have visited. In a very very interesting way ones senses are overloaded. So one felt as though you were there, during the time before the uprising. We felt the sounds and understood the disruption...More
The museum is a great piece of history. Warsaw Uprising is shown in pictures, documents, movies...the reality of people's lives during the WWII, ways of surviving, facts about the Uprising (from the beginning with dates as well as why and how it all started). The...More
Sorry but I found this museum to be confusing and frustrating. I can see that a great deal of effort went into its design but I came away more confused than educated about the heroism of the people of Warsaw.
What a great way of explaining the horrors that poor Warsaw and the Polish have suffered. Make sure you get the audio guide and immerse yourself in the terrors inflicted by the Nazis and the Russians and the bravery of the Polish people. Be prepared...More
We got an audio guide and were glad of it as the description boards can be difficult to read and the guides are good value when viewing the displays. Polish museums seem to have a problem in providing clear directions as to the best route...More
We have visited a lot of different museums in Poland this one was interesting however I felt the layout and directions were a little confusing and it was hard to follow the exhibits in order. The film was very interesting and there were some good...More