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Find yourself in the very heart of events and learn the history of our country in a way you have never known before! In the HistoryLand due to models built from LEGO® bricks and innovative, interactive solutions you will be the part of experiencing...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
plac Jana Nowaka-Jezioranskiego 3 | Old Main Railway Station building - PKP Kraków Główny, Krakow 31-154, Poland
All reviews audio guide polish history lego bricks virtual reality interactive exhibition steel sculpture lego sets explain history children and adults all ages great attraction sound effects great history lots of fun history lesson well worth the visit vr
The girlfriend and I stumbled across this while walking and wandered in. We were very pleasently surprised. There are superb Lego recreations of historical events in Poland. Each recreation has interactive displays and information screens. There were school kids there while we were there, and...More
Me and my girlfriend came here on our first day in Krakow whilst we were waiting for our room to be ready in our hotel. This place definitely passed the time for us. We purchased the audio tour of the LEGO history museum which was...More
Stumbled across this little gem whilst in krakow for a few days got the audio guide which is vital if you don’t speak the language as you would be walking round aimlessly without it. It’s the history of Poland on Lego the buildings are impressive...More
HistoryLand was probably the most interesting of the few boring museums I visited about Krakow's history. If you do not speak Polish, the audioguide is pretty much required. It takes you through some of the important points in Polish history with nice looking Lego models...More
This is a brilliant museum to learn about the history of Poland in a different manner. It's exhibits are interactive and I would recommend getting an audio guide, which works automatically based on where you are in the museum. My only complaint would be how...More
We were interested by a Lego history exhibit but it genuinely so much more. They use interactive touch screens and have beautiful projections that bring the Lego models to life. The audio tour is a must.
Amazing interactive tour with the exhibits almost 100% made from LEGO blocks. This is just an interesting different way to present it and not only for kids. Also make sure to buy the ticket that includes entrance to the steel sculpture exhibition across the hall...More