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Warsaw Citadel - The Museum

ul. Skazancow 25 | Wybrzeże Gdańskie, Warsaw 01-532, Poland
+48 22 839 12 68
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See after katyn museum

Really there is not too much to see, except for very interesting paints in good preserved old... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Tehran, Iran
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A long way for very little

I'd gone here to see Block 10 Museum which is in the Citadel. You can walk to it from town, but... read more

Reviewed July 17, 2016
Michael T
Leeds, United Kingdom
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2 days ago
“See after katyn museum”
Jul 17, 2016
“A long way for very little”
ul. Skazancow 25 | Wybrzeże Gdańskie, Warsaw 01-532, Poland
+48 22 839 12 68
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really there is not too much to see, except for very interesting paints in good preserved old prison hall and cells.

Thank BijanTehran_Iran
Reviewed July 17, 2016

I'd gone here to see Block 10 Museum which is in the Citadel. You can walk to it from town, but you're better off getting a bus which drops you outside the main entrance, and the only one you can get into! Another entrance is...More

Thank Michael T
Reviewed December 16, 2015

If you are interested in Polish history this place is very interesting. The downside is that most explanation is in polish.

1  Thank Rainer S
Reviewed October 6, 2015

It is a 30min walk from the old town to the citadel. Getting in is difficult, as portions of it are a military base, so you have to run around looking for the entrance. Once in, there isn't much to see...barracks, fort walls, cannons, but...More

Thank Stinz3
Reviewed February 25, 2014

Warsaw Citadel is a 19th-century fortress. It was built by order of Tsar Nicholas I after the suppression of the 1830 November Uprising in order to bolster imperial Russian control of the city. Pros: Landmark of historical importance. Large park to walk around. Interesting X...More

1  Thank cezaryfree
Reviewed December 30, 2012

There is nothing much to see to be honest. Only the whole building from the outside is interesting. You can take a walk within 30min and that's all. Atraction is for free, so no need to pay for any ticket.

1  Thank karin861
Reviewed December 12, 2012

Do not be discouraged by the signs "Keep out - Military Area" if you are not planning to jump over the fences. There is a beautiful huge park to stroll freely, and there is a very interesting X Pavilion Museum where you can see part...More

2  Thank Tamka_Den
Reviewed September 28, 2012

It's a historical landmark, and nice for a walk, with some nice views, but there's not much going on there.

Thank DavidJJames
Reviewed September 6, 2012

I did not get in - there were many signs with keep out - military area .. but I make a tour around it and it look really nice

Thank Ioana_Cis
Reviewed January 30, 2011

The Citadel looks like a very impressive structure on the map of Warsaw, so one may wonder why it is rarely mentioned in the guidebooks. The answer is that about 90% of it is still used by the Polish army and regular tourist are banned...More

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