After visiting both The Warsaw Rising museum in Warsaw and Oskar Schindler's Factory in Krakow, two museums with similar style, me and my partner had rather high expectations for The Roads to Freedom Exhibition. And we were not disappointed. This exhibition has everything you could ask for, it is modern, thought-provoking, current (there was a section on the Arabic spring) and when it comes to craftsmanship, full of carefully constructed details.
The only minus is that the exhibition is really small and I cannot see that anyone would need more than an hour to walk around the place. That might change because we observed the building of a new European Solidarity Center Museum which I'm guessing will hold both this exhibit and others. The exhibition is now located near the offices of Solidarność, the entrance is beside a really small brick tower with some steps that will take you underground. The new spot for the museum is close to the Gdansk shipyard and the monument Pomnik Poległych Stoczniowców 1970. We are keen to return when this build is completed!