Historical Museum of Warsaw
The Old Town was rebuilt from the foundations up because after the war it was nothing but a heap of rubble. The monumental...
The Literature Museum features a permanent exhibition dedicated to Adam Mickiewicz, Poland’s most famous poet.
Heading north out of the Old Town along Ul Nowomiejska you'll soon see the redbrick Barbican, a semicircular defensive tower topped with...
This place is a superbly designed surprise: an Oriental-style cafe on the 1st floor and a stylish tearoom downstairs. Over a hundred...
The perfect spot for lunch or a light dinner built around an order of pierogi , either served in the classical way, boiled, or baked,...
Old Town Sq 42 · interesting places nearby
Historical Museum of Warsaw information
On the northern side of the Old Town square is the Historical Museum of Warsaw . It’s a worthwhile introduction to the city, capturing seminal moments in Warsaw’s history through photographs and documents. Its film covering the reconstruction of the city, screened several times daily (the English version is at noon), is fascinating.