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I never knew such a place existed in Poznan. Very modern but situated in a lush green area by the river. Really picturesque on one hand but kind of disturbing on the other, a sheer concrete structure when you least expect it.
Highly recommended museum that takes you through the history of the island on which Poznan cathedral is situated as well as the history of Poznan more broadly. Using multi language audio guides that sense where you are in the building and surrounding area it keeps...More
We arrived at Brama Poznania not really sure what to expect apart from having heard about the glass bridge. We entered on a timed ticket, done so that the rooms don’t get crowded, and with an audio guide in excellent English. There are basically 4...More
Located nearby the cathedral, this historical museum boasts a glass bridge and an impressive mix of modern and old architecture, standing on foundations of the old floodgates of Poznań. Entrance to the building, as well as the glass bridge and certain exhibits, is free, and...More
They have really tried hard to make this history centre as engaging as possible. It has lots of screens to touch and icons to point your audio device at. It covers the growth of the cathedral island and Christianity in Poland. Worth a visit.
It's a must for everybody visiting Poznań. Be better than most of the citizens ;-) who haven't been there. So typical for every city - the tourists know and see more than the locals. Probably the matter of distance - the closer the more difficult...More
It was the best museum I visited in Poznan. It takes you an interctive journey in the history that begins with the "start of Poland" and ends in today. You are given tapes and headphones which they will guide you through the expedition. The museum...More
Brama_Poznania, specjalistka ds. promocji at Brama Poznania, responded to this reviewResponded October 11, 2017
As I walked here from the city centre it was quite a hike and not that easy to find, however trams run pretty close to it (ask your hotel for directions) it is much easier on the feet.
The museum is well laid out with...More