Museum of the Polish Army

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Museum of the Polish Army

Museum of the Polish Army (Polish: Muzeum Wojska Polskiego) is located right next to the National Museum. It is the only museum in Poland depicting the history of the Polish Army from its beginnings in the 10th century to the end of World War II. At the museum visitors can admire suits of armor, crossbows, muskets, medals and paintings. The last exhibit is dedicated to Poland’s role in WWII, with specific emphasis on the Warsaw Uprising.

Kids will enjoy the most the outdoor part of the museum featuring a collection of 20th century weaponry, which includes an array of tanks, fighter jets, canons and rocket launchers. This part of the museum is open every day and does not require any admission fee.

On Thursdays, admission to the museum is free.

Audio guides in English are available for rent.


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Aleje Jerozolimskie 3, Warsaw, Poland
00-495 Warsaw, Poland
022 629 52 71 (72)

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