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We found this museum very interesting. It covered his life and works in an informative manner with photos and explanation boards. They had several objects on display as well and we liked the setting, in an old building, not a modern and glass box. If...More
The building was very nice and it has 4 floors to explore with one ticket. We expected a more interactive museum with more interesting information about chopin’s life. Also some of the audio systems were out of order.
The discounted ticket was 13zl.
I’ve loved Chopin’s music for decades; I’ve read a lot of his biographies. I’ve always felt I identified with him.
But this museum was such a disappointment - no clear path to take; dark tunnels, and unnerving slopes and steps. Too many inter active displays...More
Don't get me wrong, the museum is definitely worth visiting and there are lots of interesting displays. There are also ample opportunities to listen to a LOT of Chopin's music, which is great. BUT - the interactive displays are slow-moving and there's no "excitement". They...More
Have visited a few museums in honour of great composers. This was one of the best for its interactive displays. Recommend spending anywhere from 1 to 3 hours here depending on your level of interest. Free on Sundays.
I arrived 1.5 hours before closing time and just managed to finish seeing everything on display. However, for classical music lovers or connoisseurs it's easy to spend much longer here. Many interactive multimedia showing you different aspects of the musician's life. On the -1 floor...More
I greatly enjoyed visiting the museum and learning more about the life and work of one of my favourite composers. The building is beautiful inside and out, and the museum is very nicely laid out, and the numerous opportunities to sit down and enjoy some...More
Tickets are free on Sundays. It provides a comprehensive overview of Chopin' s life and times using innovative multimedia. There were many original sources, such as personal letters. Details about his many students and their influence on Polish and European music was all new to...More
I had mixed reviews. This museum is very modern. Some wonderful exhibits and digital components. One room has a number of 'desks' with headphones and seats two. Each one featured one type of musical piece -- etudes, polonaise, etc. The digital board gave information about...More