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Muzeum Archeologiczne w Biskupinie

Biskupin 17, Biskupin 88-410, Poland
+48 52 302 50 25
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Unearthed history

This would be more like three and a half stars, if I could rank it that way. I did not take a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
SurfCbad
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San Diego, CA
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Nice piece of history

Its nice to see a bit of Polish history in this rebuilt settlement around the lake, the place was... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2018
RossJ83
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Ruislip, United Kingdom
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Biskupin 17, Biskupin 88-410, Poland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This would be more like three and a half stars, if I could rank it that way. I did not take a guided tour, but I did purchase the earphones that explain everything in English. There are a couple thing that could have been better....More

Thank SurfCbad
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Reviewed 14 June 2018

Its nice to see a bit of Polish history in this rebuilt settlement around the lake, the place was more aimed at children and education side but as adults it was still nice to see the buildings and the way they lived all those years...More

Thank RossJ83
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

It's dissapointing place. Important if you want to know more about human history but you need to spend a lot of money if you want to experience it. Making beads , jewerely or some jars - you have to pay. Some people show something but...More

Thank Ania H
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

An archeological village with lots of houses where you really can see haw life used to be some thousand years ago. Especially if you go there the third week in september, when there is a great festival and lots of people showing how articraft was...More

1  Thank Gunilla L
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Reviewed 1 October 2017

I'm not big on reenactments, but Biskupin was amazing. An archeological site of an iron age fort, the rebuilding of the wooden settlement makes a great story in and of itself. The quality of the work done is fantastic. We happened to visit during a...More

Thank Colona1988
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

My husband and I visited this place last July. Wonderful area with nicely done walking pathways,great museum and restored housing of first Polish. Go and explore.Plenty to discover, lots of fun for kids, places to eat and drink.

Thank Anna W
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Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

Very interesting, well worth it if your in the area! Very informative and facts stated in English and polish. Storm had recently hit so some of the places were off limits however on a nice day very nice and family friendly also

Thank Cíara Browne C
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

It is a unique museum and archaeological site, exhibiting life-size models and remains from settlements of Lusatian culture near lake Biskupin from around 3 thousand years ago. There are some reconstructions of settlements even from further back in time (even 8.000 BC) exactly at the...More

Thank NBR84
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

This was a stop on our 13-member tour through Exciting Poland. Unfortunately, I have to say it was the low-point. It felt too commercial, and with it being May, many school groups were on hand which made it crowded and noisy. The museum was interesting,...More

Thank jhoff79
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Reviewed 15 June 2017

The archeological museum of Biskupin offers very interesting insight into how the early populations in this region of Poland lived and prospered. The reconstructions of a village and it's whole way of life was very well done. I personally found the small place with all...More

Thank Sandrine T
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