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Very interesting museum, well presented with a lot of information and objects dating from the dark period of the war. Everything is explained in both Polish and English which is great. Definitely worth the visit. We came here following a visit to the former Gestapo...More
All that remains of Pawiak prison, which counted men, women, and even babies among its population, is the basement, after it was dynamited by the retreating Germans, as they lost their grip on Warsaw. Remember - as with many Warsaw museums, it’s free entry on...More
As a dark tourist, this trip was still tough. Only the cellar remains , so I cannot imagine what 8 floors of this place looked and felt like. Those poor Poles . 2 hours of content and a good investment of your time when in...More
We visited this venue on a recent trip to Warsaw & were struck again by just how badly the Jewish population were treated during WWII. There isn't very much of the original building left these days but it is possible to see the remaining footprint...More
I expected to learn about the pre Nazi era, the Nazi era and the soviet era. Their is one medium size display room in which exhibits are titles in Polish. I could not really gather what they were about without the english explanation.
This museum was very interesting and very sad. It explains about the Gestapo using it for political prisoners, mostly, and has cells made out like the originals. There is also an exhibition about Nazis and the camps.