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23.06.2020 / News, The Heritage Interpretation Centre, The Museum of Printing, The Museum of Pharmacy, The Praga Museum of Warsaw, The Wola Museum

Museum of Warsaw reopens on 2 July!

Museum of Warsaw reopens on 2 July!

We’re coming back! On 2 July we are reopening the Museum of Warsaw, the Praga Museum of Warsaw, the Heritage Interpretation Centre and the Museum of Pharmacy.

 Each of these museums will be open to visitors Thursday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. To ensure your safety, we have developed a system of guidelines that are worth knowing before visiting.

For your safety we have prepared a special visiting route, which will improve safety and allow you to learn about the fascinating history of the city. On the route you will discover:

  • The Warsaw Data
  • History of the Old Town Houses
  • Room of Architectural Details
  • Room of Warsaw Monuments
  • Room of Warsaw Mermaids
  • Room of Warsaw views
  • Room of Bronzes
  • Room of Clothing
  • Room of Portraits
  • Room of Silverware and Plated Silverware
  • Room of Warsaw Packaging
  • Room of Patriotic Items
  • Room of Relics
  • Room of Warsaw Clocks
  • Room of Postcards
  • Room of Souvenirs
  • Museum Gift Shop.

Temporary exhibition

A temporary exhibition  „Of crafts and craftsmen. The Miecznik Studio” will be presented in the Main Building of the Museum of Warsaw. The exhibition presents the story of a Varsovian, family-owned engraving and bronze-working company.  

Founded by Władysław Miecznik in 1936 and eventually closed in 2010, it was one of the most significant artistic craft studios in post-war Warsaw. Both the history of the company and its products are inextricably linked to the fortunes of the Polish capital.

Our branches

At the Praga Museum of Warsaw, we invite you to visit our permanent exhibition. You will be able to see the History of Praga Room, where you can learn about the history of the city from the 16th century to the present. Discover The Praga Market Hall which brings to life local marketplace traditions of this part of Warsaw. Permanent exhibitions will also be open in the Heritage Interpretation Center and the Museum of Pharmacy.

The Palmiry Museum – Memorial Site, which reopened on 19 June, is open from Friday to Sunday from 10a.m.-6p.m. You can reach the museum by taking bus 800 from Młociny metro station. Please note that this bus line runs only on weekends and holidays.

The Museum of Field Ordinance will reopen on 1 August and we plan to open the Wola Museum of Warsaw in September 2020. Korczakianum, the Museum of Printing and the Barbican will remain closed until further notice.