POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews (POLIN Muzeum Historii Zydów Polskich)#3 in Best Things To Do in Warsaw
Though several Warsaw sights (think: the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Warsaw Uprising Monument) pay homage to Polish Jews who lost their lives during World War II, one of the city's best attractions for learning about the country's Jewish population is the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Inside, travelers will see collections about Poland's earliest Jews, the Holocaust and more. Temporary exhibits that focus on everything from the meaning of blood in Jewish culture to the Jewish community's impact on popular music are occasionally offered as well.
According to previous visitors, no trip to Poland would be complete without checking out the POLIN Museum. Many said that this attraction's main exhibit is "superb" and "in-depth," although some felt overwhelmed at times by the amount of information provided. Others appreciated the property's design and layout but wished it didn't take hours to get through.
The POLIN Museum sits in Warsaw's Muranów neighborhood, less than a mile northwest of Old Town. It is easiest to reach by bus, tram or metro via the Nalewki Muzeum bus stop, the Muranów or Anielewicza tram stops, or the Ratusz Arsenal metro station. Limited parking in the museum's lot on Anielewicza Street is also available on weekends.
The property is open Wednesday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 6 or 8 p.m., with complimentary admission offered on Thursdays. Standard passes, which include access to the museum's main exhibit and facilities like a restaurant and gift shop, cost 25 Polish zloty ($7) per person; children 6 and younger get in for free. Family tickets (for two adults and kids up to 18 years old), temporary exhibit passes and combination tickets for both exhibits are available as well. Entrance fees are covered for travelers with Warsaw Pass cards. To learn more, visit the POLIN Museum's website.
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