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The core of the museum's excitingly varied and unique collection is made up of equipment used for producing town gas from hard coal, which was also dubbed “illumination gas”. In addition to the exceptionally rich collection, the museum also boasts...more
I contacted the museum if they should be open and replied with a yes.
Standing in front of the museum the lady asked me for my ID first. Then I get the respond: 'naah sorry we're closed today'.
When I asked the lady when they...More
On two different occasions phoned ahead and checked internet. On both occasions on arrival told by apologetic staff that it was closed. If you're passing then see if it's actually open but don't make a special trip.
I don't know if it was to early, but nothing was working like on the video. We had the place to ourselves, but not much to do but read the few signs in English. Not worth the bus ride for us. Also, a class was...More
The Museum of Gas Industry is a great small museum. For those interested in industrial architecture, as well as early equipment for gas processing, distribution, and end use, this is a very nicely laid out museum with many interesting items. The signage is basic, but...More
Been from the Oil Capital of Europe people often ask me questions on my travels. Believe me this is a very interesting and detailed museum about oil and gas and its heritage and history in poland and eastern europe. Very interesting. Surely the highlight of...More
If you would like to leave the Old Town and the most representative area in Warsaw, try the Warsaw Gasworks Museum.
You might be the only person visiting it, but it's definitely worth it.
The museum is in the place of a former factory, where...More