HistoryLand

HistoryLand, Krakow: Hours, Address, HistoryLand Reviews: 5/5

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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 history that will blow all your senses! The HistoryLand is an interactive journey through the history of Poland and Poles. You will start from the Biskupin settlement. You will see the palisade built of LEGO® blocks, you will learn the habits of the people living in it, and you will also discover the world's oldest map of the sky. Fortunately, you will not be cracking this for long. The HistoryLand is also waiting for you at Grunwald, where you will stand in line with other soldiers and move to the heart of one of the greatest medieval battles and much more models built of more than a million LEGO® bricks!
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1-2 hours
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Gin
Lodz, Poland23 contributions
Aug 2020
As a big childhood fan of Lego, I found this place very interesting. The scale is perfect and the attention to detail is mind boggling. I would ave given five stars, but I felt the price was a little high.
Written September 2, 2020
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scorpionsa
Adelaide, Australia192 contributions
Feb 2020
I love Lego and the models of alot of the sights of Poland are well worth a look. Unfortunately for the amount of time you can spend there the entry price is a little on the high side.
Written April 10, 2020
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Paul M
Wallsend, UK2 contributions
Mar 2020
A very interesting journey through the history of Poland right from the beginnings. The audio guide available in English and Russian is not too expensive but is important if you don't speak Polish, as all of the displays are in Polish. Sometimes the headset got lost with the location in the museum but it always picked back up again.
The Lego displays themselves must have taken so long to build and are very impressive. There was a virtual reality headset at one stage but I didn't wear this.
Overall an impressive display and definitely worth 90 minutes of your time.
Written March 9, 2020
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Elizabeth L
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Feb 2020 • Family
Virtual reality goggles ace- rest of museum interesting but only once we paid for audio tour. Overall a good experience enjoyed by my 9 year old son. Quite a small museum though so don’t expect it to take more than a couple of hours. Well worth a visit though
Written February 29, 2020
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David P
Gloucester, UK148 contributions
Feb 2020
When you see this exhibition is made of lego you might think it is a thing for adults to avoid. You would be wrong. There are some incredible displays of lego but at each display there is a commentary of the history of Poland. We found it most interesting.
Written February 25, 2020
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Wandering Scotsman
Ayrshire, UK92 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
We hadn't planned to go here but had some spare time so thought we'd check it out.. I don't think we expected to enjoy it as much as we did. It's a fun way to hear some polish history and if you're a fan of lego you'll enjoy it even more, there are some interactive exhibits including some fun Virtual Reality goggles. There's also a handy English audio for a small additional cost.. highly recommended.
Written February 23, 2020
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Anna G
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Feb 2020 • Family
Great fun. It was very beautiful and realistic. For history lovers very useful. You must take audiu for sure.
Written February 2, 2020
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Karen B
Krakow, Poland1 contribution
Feb 2020 • Family
Lot of fun and useful information. Polish history, fantastic creations from lego. The audio is a must to have thing, don't forget it.
Written February 2, 2020
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Raimonds R
Riga, Latvia510 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
Nice history museum in old station building. Different scenes from history shown with help of lego style toys. No dislikes. Like everything.
Written February 2, 2020
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Dan_Alpern
Pavia, Italy56 contributions
Dec 2019 • Family
Very nice option for the last day, waiting for time to go to airport. Easily reachable from centre, by walk. Very nice interactive Lego museum. Good the idea of portable devices for English speakers explaining the history as modelled by Lego. Clean. Nice resting area at the end of visit.
Written January 28, 2020
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