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  • Warsaw: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews Ticket

    1. Warsaw: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews Ticket

    Learn about the centuries of Jewish history in Poland, from when the first communites settled in the country, right up until the present day. Explore 8 different galleries that will educate in an interactive way through visual and audio materials, as well as artifacts and paintings. Discover more about the most significant moments of Jewish history in the country. This includes the birth of the communities, the role of individual Jewish figures throughout Polish society, and how the Holocaust drastically impacted the Jews of Poland. See also how is their culture being revived after the Second World War.

    Very nice and informative museum. We spent over 2 hours and enjoyed thoroughly... really good to know Jews history with respect to Poland.

  • Warsaw: Wilhelm Sasnal Exhibition at the POLIN Museum

    2. Warsaw: Wilhelm Sasnal Exhibition at the POLIN Museum

    Even though Wilhelm Sasnal’s artworks have received wide international acclaim, they are rarely exhibited in Poland. The exhibition at POLIN Museum will be the first individual presentation of the artist’s oeuvre at a Polish museum and will include works completed over the course of the past two decades. Some of approximately sixty artworks will be presented for the first time and produced especially for the exhibition at POLIN Museum. Sasnal’s works are included in the most renowned collections in the world, among them: Museum of Modern Art and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Tate Modern in London, and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. His art deals with everyday life and with social processes; it tells the story of growing up at a time of political transformation from socialism to a new brave world of capitalism, of the politics of commemoration, and of settling accounts with t...

    Beautiful building and a fantastic exhibition of one of Poland’s most important contemporary artists!

  • Warsaw: Polish Vodka Museum Tour with Tasting

    3. Warsaw: Polish Vodka Museum Tour with Tasting

    Journey back through time as you discover the history of Polish vodka with tons of fascinating facts thrown in. Enjoy a 70-minute tour at the Vodka Museum in Warsaw's Praga district with a qualified guide. Arrive at the museum, and begin the tour with memories presented by former employees of the Warsaw Vodka Factory at Koneser. Explore 5 interactive modern galleries enabling you to become acquainted with the history of Polish vodka. After the tour, head over to the Vodka Academy for a 20-minute tasting workshop. Once you've wet your palette with some delicious vodka samples, visit the 3/4 Koneser Cocktail Bar located on the 3rd Floor of the museum. Try the best cocktails prepared with different types of Polish vodka.

    Great interactive and memorable tour of the Polish Vodka Mueseum which concluded with tasting of a wheat, rye and potato vodka. Very much enjoyed. We knew which Vodka to buy in duty free!

  • Warsaw: Chopin Museum and Evening Concert Combo Ticket

    4. Warsaw: Chopin Museum and Evening Concert Combo Ticket

    Fryderyk Chopin spent his childhood and early youth in Warsaw. Here he began to practice and compose. Discover Warsaw following the footsteps of the great composer. Start with a visit to the Chopin Museum, located in the historic Gninski Castle and one of the few multimedia biographical museums in Europe. Among the exhibits, you will find the composer’s last piano, and manuscripts of his letters and compositions. The museum perfectly combines scenography with music. You can visit the museum at a time of your choosing, and at your own pace. In the evening you will attend a Chopin concert in Warsaw’s Old Town. Listen to his music in an intimate concert hall in the left wing of the Royal Castle. Great pianists, representatives of the Polish school of interpreting Chopin’s works, will delight even the most demanding expert on his music.

  • Warsaw Private Wilanow Palace & Garden Tour

    5. Warsaw Private Wilanow Palace & Garden Tour

    Discover the Wilanow Palace, one of the most beautiful architectural monuments in Warsaw called "The Little Versailles." Wilanow Palace survived the time of Poland's partitions and both World Wars, and has preserved its authentic historical qualities. The palace was built as the royal summer residence of the King John III Sobieski. The typical baroque palace is remarkable for its original architecture, a blend of European art with the traditional Polish building techniques, and is one of the most important monuments of Polish culture. During this trip make sure you see the richly decorated palace interiors, and don’t forget to explore the beautiful French style gardens and landscaped park. Don’t miss out on this unique tour of Poland’s architectural history!

  • Warsaw: Museum of Warsaw Entrance Ticket

    6. Warsaw: Museum of Warsaw Entrance Ticket

    Start your journey by exploring the exhibition "Destruction and Reconstruction" at the Heritage Interpretation Center. Here, go back in time and follow the Warsaw evolution starting from the real fragment of the Old Town wall, through the period before World War II, to War damages, and finally the reconstruction process. Explore the boards, large-format photographs, plans, and city models with multimedia presentations at your own pace. Then, visit the second devision, the City Museum’s headquarter located in 11 tenement houses in the heart of the Old Town Square. Discover the core exhibition that tells the story of the city through the history of things that belonged to Warsaw inhabitants. Continue and learn about the tenement houses before reaching the viewing point. Take in breathtaking views of the Old Town with its colorful tenement houses. Climb to the 6th floor to marvel at the p...

  • Kazimierz Dolny, Lublin, Majdanek and Kozlowka Day Tour

    7. Kazimierz Dolny, Lublin, Majdanek and Kozlowka Day Tour

    This Kazimierz, Lublin, Majdanek and Kozlowka private tour is a comfortable and special trip. During it, you will visit some of the most beautiful cities in Poland with a professional guide in an air-conditioned vehicle.  Stroll through the medieval Old Town in Lublin with its winding streets full of fascinating legends. Discover Kazimierz, the pearl of the Polish Renaissance and a popular holiday resort, and visit Majdanek on this private tour. In Lublin, enter the impressive castle and see the fabulous Byzantine wall paintings of the castle chapel. Visit the oldest surviving Jewish cemetery in Poland and discover the history of the outstanding Jewish community of Lublin. The picturesque Kazimierz attracts many artists who seek inspiration here. Visit the concentration camp, block houses, a gas chamber and crematory in Majdanek. In Kozłówka, you will find unique sights such as a soci...

  • Warsaw: Private Half-Day Zelazowa Wola Tour

    8. Warsaw: Private Half-Day Zelazowa Wola Tour

    Your tour begins as your private driver picks you up from your Warsaw accommodation. From there, depart for Zelazowa Wola for a half-day tour. Throughout your 2-hour tour, your local English-speaking guide introduces you to the atmosphere of this beautiful place. In Chopin's home at Zelazowa Wola, the atmosphere of a Polish manor house from the early 19th century has been recreated. There are however no objects that belonged to the composer's family, and the original layout of the rooms has been changed. Today, the house is divided by a hallway running along its center; on its right-hand side are the hearth room, the dining room, and the music room; and on the left-hand side are the mother's room, the children's room, and the father's study. Among the items assembled in the house are a piano by Leszczyński of Warsaw (from the first half of the 19th century), a 19th-century giraffe pian...

  • From Warsaw: Auschwitz Day Tour by Private Car with Lunch

    9. From Warsaw: Auschwitz Day Tour by Private Car with Lunch

    Be picked up at your accommodation in Warsaw and travel to the village of Oswiecim, where Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is located. Your guide will take you through Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, where you will learn about the World War II concentration camp. See the "Arbeit Macht Frei" gate and learn about what life was like for the prisoners. Visit the different sites such as the railway ramps, watchtowers, and other reminders of the terrible events. Take a poignant journey through history and see period photos and personal artifacts that bring the past to life. Have lunch at a local restaurant, before being dropped off at your accommodation.

  • From Warsaw: Auschwitz-Birkenau Small Group Tour with Lunch

    10. From Warsaw: Auschwitz-Birkenau Small Group Tour with Lunch

    Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation in Warsaw and journey to the village of Oświęcim. Enter the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum for a guided tour of the Nazi concentration camps of World War II. Hear how more than 1.3 million Jews and prisoners from Poland, France and Italy were murdered by the Nazis. See the infamous "Arbeit Macht Frei" gate and learn the origins of the camp and what life was like for the prisoners. Visit original sites such as the railway ramps, watchtowers and other reminders of the terrible events. Take a poignant trip through history in the museum and see period photos and personal artifacts that bring the past to life.

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What people are saying about Warsaw

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based on 4 reviews

Great interactive and memorable tour of the Polish Vodka Mueseum which concluded with tasting of a wheat, rye and potato vodka. Very much enjoyed. We knew which Vodka to buy in duty free!

The tour lasts about 1 hour. It was interesting to learn how the vodka is made. Everything from the ingredients to the filling process was explained to us and also shown interactively.

Beautiful building and a fantastic exhibition of one of Poland’s most important contemporary artists!

Very informative and the guide had allot of knowledge on the history

Very nice people, very modern museum and excellent Wodka!