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The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is the first and only museum dedicated to restoring the memory of the civilization created by Polish Jews in the course of a millennium.Museum's building faces the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes in...more
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this place is a must see if you are in warsaw. The building itself looks amazing, this place tells a whole 2000 years or even more of history. It takes you through a whole journey of the jewiah people in poland.
This place is a jewel by itself. After we went to visit Treblinka, Auschwitz and Schlinder's factory and we understood everything.
It takes a good 4 to 5 hours to visit and it is really important to tak a break in between as everything is...More
Were there for almost 4 hours, took the audio guide which was quiet enough. The exhibition is modern, intractive, colorful and intresting. At times it was a bit overloaded with information. It's not really for young kids and impatient people. We learned many things.
We went to the Polin Museum last week when we were in Poland. It was very informative and there is solo much of information which can become a bit overwhelming. The first section of the museum mainly deals with how the Jews landed in Europe...More
Very modern and proffecional museum. Entrance fee is around 20 Zloty, there are many interesting facts about jews in Poland and in Euurope (from long time ago till now).
Will be interesting for every ages as information is provided in very interesting way.
I underestimated polin museum and had 2.5 hours there only but needed more time to stay. So I will go again. The museum is new and I loved the interactive way of presenting the history. It is easy to understand and unforgettable. If you want...More