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Museums

Janusz Korczak Museum for Children at the State Etnographic Museum (Muzeum dla Dzieci)
ul. Kredytowa 1, tel. +48 22 827 76 41 wew. 261
www.muzeumdladzieci.pl

A museum created for children, offering them opportunities to visit exhibitions, discover the world, dress up in traditional costume, touch and play with artefacts, and create their own. The display comprises four themed exhibition rooms – studios referred to as Books. Each Book introduces a new theme, showing young visitors how their peers worldwide live and spend free time.

 

Fryderyk Chopin Museum
Fryderyk Chopin Museum (Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina)
ul. Tamka 41, tel. +48 22 441 62 51
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The main purpose of the facility is individual approach to the visitors that manifests by reception of sense such as scent of violet in one of the rooms or birdsongs in the other. There is also special, multimedia room for children, where they can learn about composer and his works, while playing. Each Saturday, children aged 3 to 7 years can attend music and art workshops.



Muzeum Narodowe
National Museum (Muzeum Narodowe)

Aleje Jerozolimskie 3, tel. +48 22 621 10 31
www.mnw.art.pl

The Museum is the largest art museum in Warsaw and one of the most important cultural institutions in the country with exhibitions from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 20th century. A huge painting by Jan Matejko, ‘The Battle of Grunwald’ is an undeniable attraction of the museum, with its imposing dimensions of 426 x 987 centimetres. Family tours have been designed with children in mind. Taking a trip along one of the dedicated trails, the whole family can get to know the museum, create a list of museum hits, and learn more about famous Polish artists. Tours are on appointment only. 


Muzeum Wojska Polskiego
Museum of the Polish Army (Muzeum Wojska Polskiego)

Aleje Jerozolimskie 3, tel. +48 22 629 52 71
www.muzeumwp.pl

This Museum depicts the history of the Polish Army from its beginnings in the 10th century to the end of World War II. The museum has also an interesting outdoor exhibition, where it is possible to admire war tanks and helicopters from both World Wars. By 13 Powsińska Street (in Czerniakowski Fort) there is a branch of the Museum dedicated to Polish military technique, exhibiting tanks, cannons and aeroplanes.


Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego
Warsaw Rising Museum
(Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego)

ul. Grzybowska 79 (entrance from Przyokopowa Street),
tel. +48 22 539 79 05/06
www.1944.pl

The interesting exhibitions will give you a feeling of the true atmosphere of the Uprising – the strange mix of everyday life and fighting in the streets of Warsaw. The Little Insurgent's Room has been prepared especially for the youngest visitors; here children can learn the history of the Uprising by listening to insurgent songs, watching performances or by playing the role of Boy and Girl Scouts delivering messages to the insurgents. The Museum also has a collection of vintage toy replicas, models of aircrafts supporting insurgents with aid drops, armoured car models, and Warsaw Rising-themed board games and puzzles. All films and music have been created with the young fry in mind.

Dollhouse Museum
Dollhouse Museum (Muzeum Domków dla Lalek)
pl. Defilad 1 – Palace of Culture and Science, entrance through the courtyard from the Emilii Plater St.
tel. +48 517 49 00 47
www.muzeumdomkow.pl

Located in secret rooms behind the Kongresowa (Congress) Hall, the museum offers a display of over 100 historical dolls’ houses, shops, and rooms, more than ten unique sacral toys, as well as horse-drawn carriages, medical clinics, and hairdresser shops for dolls. The exhibition focuses around a collection owned by Aneta Popiel-Machnicka – she seeks out old and forgotten dolls’ houses all over the world, to then restore and furnish them meticulously, working together with her children to reclaim the former glory of these wondrous artefacts.

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