Museum of Musical Instruments
Institution housing hundreds of instruments, from whistles to concert pianos; including intriguing musical devices such as a typewriter...
Historical Museum of Poznań
This museum inside the town hall displays an interesting and well-presented exhibition on the town’s history, and the building’s...
Fish Sellers’ Houses
South of the town hall is an endearing row of small arcaded buildings, known as the Fish Sellers’ Houses. They were built in the 16th...
No overbearing personality here, just an intelligent, low-key sense of cool and some well-chosen, left-field music, covering various...
Gospoda Pod Koziołkami
Homely bistro within Gothic arches on the ground floor, and a grill in the cellar. The menu is crammed with tasty Polish standards,...
Lonely Planet review
If you’re tired of pork for dinner, this ambient Jewish restaurant is the logical place to go. The interior is warm and cosy, done out like a residential dining room with ceramic plates on the walls. On the menu are various poultry and fish dishes, including a whole goose for eight people, to be ordered 24 hours beforehand.