Army Infantry Museum
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Astrid
27 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
It portrays the diverse uniforms the Polish army has worn over the centuries, along with other associated equipment. The collection is well preserved and everything is available in English and Polish (in some cases in German as well). The museum located 45 minutes walk out of the rynek and it's free on Sundays.
The staff takes good caution in the safety procedures during the pandemic situation.
Written September 14, 2020
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Denny B
United States28 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
The United States Army Infantry Museum is a must visit. If you are an infantryman, were an infantryman, family of an infantryman, ever knew an infantryman, or just love the history you have to visit this place. I cannot come up with the words to describe the museum and the effect it had on this Vietnam Vet.
Written June 10, 2019
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Lee_Kara
Sheerness, UK87 contributions
Jan 2018 • Couples
Excellent museum, within walking distance from the town centre. Nicely layed out with some very interesting exhibits. Information beside exhibits in Polish and English, which is very helpful and now missing from a lot of museums.

Friendly and helpful staff and cheap entrance fee.
Written January 6, 2018
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johnmckinnon1965
Paisley, UK47 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
Great walk from bottom of gdanska to this museum and well worth it good displays and rockets and tanks outside made me feel like a wee boy again. Informative displays some in English some not have visited twice and enjoy the walk and buildings on Gdanska I was very impressed with this museum
Written May 24, 2017
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Rmoon83
Kingston, Canada43 contributions
Aug 2016 • Family
A small museum with some great exhibits. Polish military history over the past 1000 years is very well showcased. Exhibits are described in Polish, German and English and at 6 PLN for an adult, the price can't be beat. Took us about 1.5 hours to explore.
Written August 11, 2016
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podrozniczka60
New Jersey14,535 contributions
Nov 2015 • Couples
This interesting museum is located at the far end of Gdanska street, corner of Czerkaska. It is very pleasant to walk to this museum while enjoying Gdanska - this great urban way lined with many interesting buildings and sites. For those less fond of city walking tram number 2 gets you right there. The museum is easy to visit, interesting and friendly and guides are available.
Written May 30, 2016
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Larry194710
Glasgow, UK132 contributions
May 2016
We arrived after walking the length of Gdanska St - take a no 2 tram there (as we did on the way back). The lady at the cash desk spoke no English but was the essence of hospitality; as it was "museum day", entrance was free.

Much of the museum is filled with costumed soldiers, including a "winged lancer" but most of the exhibits relate to the C20th. The captions are informative, with a considerable portion in German and English as well as Polish. We were aided by one of the staff who came round and offered fulsome explanations and insights.

Be sure to check the opening hours as it often closes at 3.30.
Written May 24, 2016
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Ross M
Tain, UK7 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
Well worth a visit, very interesting but glad I had Polish translator as there is no English on exhibits, but if you have no translator please do not be put off, impressive collection of guns etc.
Written March 31, 2016
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peterlmurray
Glasgow, UK249 contributions
Mar 2016
Got a No.2 tram on GDANSKA road and that takes you almost the full length of the road (we got on at bottom end just off Jagiellenska St) Just off the road - the rockets outside rather give it away!! 7z to get in and lots of stuff to see, inside and out!! Computerised stuff a bit out-of-date but persevere and lots of stuff without English - which was a real pity as a lot DID have Ebglish... Bit weird! Guy at entrance could have smiled? Even once - either when we arrived OR when I bought a Frdge Magnet and some other bits and pieces (tho not the Bullet Key Rings... drat thinking of the Airport!! Lots of photos taken!!! Recommended!!
Written March 30, 2016
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jbrunopt
Barcelos, Portugal129 contributions
Oct 2014
Here you can take a look at the evolution of the "Red Army" across the Polish history. If you like military stuff it's worth a visit.
Written September 9, 2015
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