The Warsaw Rising Museum will be open again for visitors from 5 May 2021. For your convenience we have prepared an English audio track which you may follow on your smartphone. Special cards with a QR code are waiting for you upon the arrival. If you are interested in discovering the story of the Warsaw Rising with our guides, in February it is free of charge (admission ticket only).
Discover our Exhibition thanks to an audio track on your smartphone
Ask for a special card with a QR code when buying your ticket. Scan the code and you will get an access to our site with the audioguide. Follow the instructions and explore the Exhibition yourself. Don’t forget to take you earphones.
Due to security reasons some parts of the Main Exhibition cannot be accessed (e.g. touch screens, 3D theatre).
You may watch „the City of Ruins” in 2D every 30 minutes at the Liberator Hall.
Due to social distancing you may visit the Museum with our guide only individually or with your family members. Ask for our guides who speak English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Russian.
Remember that it is obligatory to keep safe distance inside the Museum as well as keep your nose and mouth covered and have your hands sanitized.
Monday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Ticket Office closes at 5.30 p.m.
On Mondays admission is free of charge. Collect your free ticket at the Ticket Office before entering the Museum.
Single ticket: PLN 25
Discount ticket: PLN 20
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.
The Warsaw Rising Museum opens again on June 3. The opening hours, visiting path and visiting conditions will change. Visitors can choose between a new audio guide track and a guided tour of the exhibition in accordance with applicable safety regulations. People who prefer to stay indoors or live far away but would still like to see the exhibition will be offered an opportunity to listen about the events of August and September 1944 in their homes.
The flag was carried by the Polish delegation to the talks on the capitulation of the Warsaw Rising.