Great and new museum in Warsaw! Very close to the railway station and Palac Kultury so you can visit them even waiting for a train. Beautiful modern interiors and exhibitions
The palace is a bit austere with too many pictures of men that even my Polish friends had never heard of, but it is still worth a visit to see the floors and plasterwork. Better still is the park, which is a joy to walk and can be done easily within an hour. Access to the gardens is free on Thursday; access to the Palace is free on Sunday. Even if you have to pay, the cost is not huge and it is good value for money. Be sure to try the hot chocolate and Polish cake in the old tea room - delicious.
After my 69 hour flight to Poland, I soon looked at the largest thing that caught my eye, the Royal Palace. After I had visted all the 'clubs' I entered the Palace, and found the President of the Royal States of Canada. As o much of my suprise, the secret service ninjas jumped out of no-where and I was forced to take action,. I managed to defeat the ninjas and fire the president from his office to install Abraham Lincolen ad their new monach. I then ate some Cheese.
Beautiful palace. Well laid out and full of interest. Great history. The park is fantastic and a "must see". Relax at Chopin's monument, it is well worth the walk through the park from the palace. Will visit again, no doubt.
This summer palace is a treasure in Warsaw and one of my absolute favorite spots. On a spring day, it provides the visitor with a perspective on a quieter side of days gone by. It is a lovely ,romantic spot and so well restores! Enjoy it !
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.
view from the top is brilliant, should be more friendly in the elevators though. there is a cafe at the top of the tower, and you can see all of warsaw and the apartment blocks for miles and miles
Good museum and good display of medieval armor inside and tanks and guns and planes outside. Good paintings inside.
I absolutely love this museum for all the Polish paintings on the top floors. Paintings of Polish hunting scenes, of snow, of sledges, hunting dogs, horses and giant pictures depicting historic battles. There are paintings from the communist period, including my favourite "Thanking the tractor driver" and other paintings celebrating a worker in a fish factory who was the most productive at gutting the fish in the factory. I will go there many times more. There is also an excellent outside display of communist period tanks, aircraft and artillery that you can walk around.
This building is fantastic. Amazing communist statues surround it and inside there is a museum, congress hall, cinema and you can pay to go all the way up to the top and get a birds eye view of Warsaw. The architecture is interesting as it is a replica of a similar tower in Moscow.