Fryderyk Chopin Museum
- 64% from 9 reviews
- +48 (22) 8265935
- Fryderyk Chopin Museum
- ul. Okolnik 1
The Frederick Chopin Museum at the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw was established in the 1930s, and its collections were greatly enlarged by the Frederick Chopin Institute before the Second World War. Today, the museum covers the history and works of Poland's most famous son, Frederick
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jim clyburn from United States Reply
I visited the Museum for the first time in 1990, and spent some time with Hanna Wroblewska-Stauss. I am wondering if she is still at the Chopin Society doing her research and editing.
kops from United States Reply
i heard on the news that tickets to this museum are pre-reserved online for the next few months and there's no chance to get in... anyone been recently?
Chris from United Kingdom Reply
If the Chopin museum near Krybar is closed ,there is always the 'Golden Duck of Warsaw' fountain ! best viewed from the pedestrian bridge. Even better, a short way away is a renowned musical academy where one can rest in a park and listen to real pianists of high calibre rehearsing and taking their music exams.
josephine from United Kingdom Reply
my friend emailed them and received a response nearly a week later. the museum apparently did open on march 1 but they basically said they will only "encourage" visitors after easter. looks like they just wanted to say they officially opened on their deadline (march 1) but didn't actually finish it and so won't let anyone in... what a joke... even their website is not informed...
ringo from United States Reply
i tried to phone them, but the guy did not speak any english and just hang up. not very nice.
Berg from Denmark Reply
I wonder what will be so new here? I'm very curious indeed!
Wendy O from United Kingdom Reply
I can't wait to see it after it has been re-opened!
George Sarmast from United States Reply
I have created exceptional portrait of Chopin for his 200th anniversary, and I would like to dedicate it to Chopin's warsaw society, please let me know where to e-mail it thanks
Charles from United Kingdom Reply
Well worth a visit.