The Warsaw Rising Museum was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in Warsaw. The Museum is a tribute of Warsaw’s residents to those who fought and died for independent Poland and its free capital.
Monday - 10.00-18.00
Tuesday - closed
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - 10.00-18.00
Saturday and Sunday - 10.00-18.00
Temporary opening hours:
Thursday (23.07) - 10.00-16.00
Friday (24.07) - closed
The Museum is closed every year on: 1st January (New Year), 6th January (Three Kings), Easter, Corpus Christi, 1st November (All Saints Day), Christmas Days - 24th and 25th Dacember.
Admission tickets can be purchased up to 30 minutes before Warsaw Rising Museum closing hours.
GENERAL ADMISSION PRICES:
single ticket - 25 PLN per person
discount ticket - 20 PLN per person
admission on Mondays is free
museum lesson – 140 PLN
audio guide rental – 10 PLN per person
GUIDES: 100 PLN (Polish), 150 PLN (English, German, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish)
INFORMATION FOR ORGANIZED GROUPS
Please make advance on-line reservations and confirm your visit to the Museum by fax at: +48 22 539 79 37.
We inform that audioguides in the following languages are available at the Warsaw Rising Museum:
Following the decision of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage regarding the 2019-nCov (Coronavirus) epidemic, The Warsaw Rising Museum will be closed to the public from 12 March 2020.
Pay a visit to the award-winning installation at the Liberator Hall inside the Warsaw Rising Museum!
The Exhibition was opened on 2 August 2018 at the Warsaw Rising Museum. Now, its main part – the interactive map, presented at the Liberator Hall, has become one of the elements of the Main Exhibition.
In the summer 1873 the clock tower of the Royal Castle of Warsaw was covered in scaffold with a platform over the dome. On 26 August 1873 Konrad Brandel, a famous Polish photographer and inventor, took a unique series of 10 pictures creating a 360° panorama of Warsaw.