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The Warsaw Rising Museum was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in Warsaw. The Museum is a tribute of Warsaw’s residents to those who fought and died for independent Poland and its free capital. The exhibition depicts...more
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Wonderful and very beautiful museum that depicts one of the most dramatic battles of WWII. I visited the museum with a group. We all agreed that it's a must on a list of things to do and see in Warsaw.
Prepare yourself for a good...More
The Warsaw Uprising Museum was singularly the worst organised museum I've ever been inside. No flow or structure, as you walked through you hopped back and forth through different parts of the story, I had no idea what was going on. I followed the arrows...More
Unfortunately I did not have an audio guide (they had run out at 11am when I went on a Saturday... so get there early!) and I found the experience chaotic and confusing. I couldn’t find my way around logically and ended up going back and...More
I had a lot of hopes to see excellent history in this place. Unfortunately the layout of displays and overall items in the museum did not meet my expectations - actually this is first museum I left not satisfied.
Most of items in glass...More
Had high expectations and fully appreciate the importance of what the museum stands for and honour those affected and huge loss of life.
So in their honour we have a museum that is packed , chaotic, hard to follow any logical route , tough to...More
This was supposed to be one of the highlights of my visit to Warsaw but unfortunately it was the biggest disappointment. Believe the reviews about people wandering chaotically lost. There is no clear path (look for tiny numbers but forget following the printed map) and...More
Not knowing any of this part of the history of Warsaw , found this museum to be one of the most interesting museums ever visited. Hire an audio tour and then find out all about this dark period in Polish history. Such a well constructed...More