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All reviews soho factory small museum worth a visit cold war era minute tram ride city centre cool museum beautiful pictures industrial building interesting collection well worth the effort life under communism communist times entrance fee museum tells gift shop worth seeing
I fetched a map of the local transport in Warszawa at the tourist information across the square from the royal castle in the southern end of old town (Stare Miasto) and took the escalator dawn to the bus- and tram stop below. To get to...More
Like some of the other reviewers we had a bit of difficulty finding the museum. The tram from old town was easy - no 26 to Bliska. Once there it's trickier; the museum is part of a series of very trendy offices and shops that...More
Oh this is a lovely little place! Tucked away on a funky art/design industrial estate in the Soho district, half the fun is getting there - the tram network is your friend. It's cheap (10 zloty) and so cheerful. As well as the extremely beautiful...More
This is slightly out of where most tourists would go, but it really is worth visiting. It gives you a great picture of what Warsaw looked like in the communist era.
A credit to the owner, they are doing a great job in preserving and...More
Took a tram out of the city centre and over the river out to the Soho district and saw a much different side of Warsaw than the sparkling new buildings and shops in the city centre. The Neon museum is not the easiest to find,...More
Ok, we have had the privilege of a guided tour from the Muzeum's Director, in English, so we are talking real contagious passion. We are talking labour of love, hundreds of stories, intersections of strange social histories and outstanding graphic design talents of the bygone...More