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due to google maps been incorrect took me ages to get there, although it was 10 mins away, it took me nearly hour, but by god it was worth it, the receptionist was brilliant and spoke a little english she went through everything so i...More
A well done and modern museum housing detailed information about Poland's military history with a strong focus on WWII. The museum was very reasonably priced to get into and was very modern in terms of its layout, we did find it difficult to work out...More
What a great place set on 3 levels you go along a route of which there are lots of things relating to the home army and WW2 nazis occupation. There are some harrowing video and photos but all very interesting indeed and you will while...More
The museum itself was difficult to find, so be prepared for a bit of a search. We went on a monday, which is free. Definitely worth that price. We enjoyed the museum, as it provided a good basic understanding of the Home Army in WW2....More
The museum was easy to reach and reasonably priced. It was not the most interresting place to visit for non-polish speakers due to the lack of English information within the museum - although there were lots of exhibits we couldn't read a lot about them...More
I was not impressed with this museum when I started my visit. The exhibition on the main floor is a brief overview of the Polish military before the war, Poland's defeat, and some aspects of German and Soviet control. This part of the exhibition was...More
The museum lies not far from Galerya Krakowska, close to the arailway station
It is a bit removed from the center, but not hard to find. Once you get there, the tickets are cheap (13PZL) and its an interesting exhibition. Was hoping for a bit...More
This review uses part on the description given by the museum itself, as it describes the it most accurately.
Poland was the first nation to fight the Third Reich and never put down arms under the Nazi yoke in World War II. The Home Army...More
Excellent museum detailing the history and struggles of the Home Army (resistance) during the Second World War.
For a museum based on the Polish resistance movement I didn't expect to find as many real exhibits as what there was. There was a loads of stuff...More
This museum presents the history and the work of the resistance and underground government in occupied Poland, actions which were expunged from official records for decades after WWII under soviet rule.
Most of the interactive elements are in Polish, but the displays are mostly bilingual,...More