Feel the great atmosphere of a bustling city! Take a walk to one of the capital’s unique parks, visit museums and the Old Town, and in the evening discover the charm of small local restaurants and bars by the Vistula River. Plan your stay in Warsaw and we will help you rediscover it.
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Norblin Factory is site in Warsaw’s Wola district filled with unique history. The area, which has been a neglected pearl of post-industrial architecture for years, is now a new part of the city with offices, shops, restaurants, cafes, Food Town, an eco-bazaar, a boutique cinema and an open-air museum commemorating the history of one of the largest industrial enterprises of the former Kingdom of Poland!
This quarter of the city, determined by Grzybowska Street to the south and Krochmalna Street to the north, is worthy of Warsaw by all means. And the way it changed in the blooming period and how it fell to the lowest depths in the post-war turmoil may amaze even lovers and experts of the city. From the “promised land,” which was the aim for everyone longing for a better job and fate came, to the “Warsaw’s wild west,” known from Tyrmand’s novel, where it was easier to lose than to find happiness.
Interactive museum of digital art and illusion. You will have a great time with us, regardless of age! Pets are also welcome. At the Cosmos Museum you will find: vortex tunnel, cosmos room, infinity room, inverted room, maze, interactive map, CMY wall, Ames room and many more!
Place of meeting and recreation. Unique public space – there are water arrangements, street furniture and lots of greenery! More than 14,000 plants have been planted. The square’s setting is enriched by two murals, the installation I Love Warsaw, and the Art Walk passage in the form of display windows intended for temporary exhibitions. The potential of European Square is also the presence of permanent cultural and social animation, e.g. film screenings are organized here in summer, and a slide operates in winter.
The multimedia exhibition reflects the atmosphere of the insurgent Warsaw, shows not only the military history of 63 days of fighting and the everyday life of the civilian population, but also describes the post-war communist terror. While walking on the granite cobblestones among the rubble of the destroyed capital, you will listen to the stories of the insurgents and see the memorabilia of the insurgents. You will understand how the soldiers moving through the sewers felt and you will see the capital city razed to the ground from the bird’s eye view in the movie “City of Ruins”. You can also take a photo with a faithful replica of the Liberator B-24J.
It is located between Świętokrzyska, Emilii Plater, Marszałkowska and the Palace of Culture and Science. It was established in the 1950s, along with the completion of the construction of the Palace of Culture and Science, in the place of former municipal buildings. It was designed by Eng. Tadeusz Nurkiewicz of the classicist style of socialist realism. There are 15 species of trees and many species of ornamental shrubs in the park. In the northern part of the park, on the axis of the Palace of Culture and Science, there is a round fountain. It is the perfect place for rest and relaxation in the city center.
The Invisible Exhibition is a unique interactive journey into the world of total darkness, during which you will be able to try out how to deal with everyday situations without the help of eyesight – only with the sense of hearing, touch, smell …
The Museum station collects relics of railway technology, such as rolling stock, elements of railway infrastructure, as well as souvenirs related to the history of the railway in Poland, including: railway maps, railway models and models, banners of railway workers’ associations from the interwar period, clocks and watches, lamps, telephones and railway uniforms, documents, photos, etc. The station conducts a wide range of exhibition, educational and scientific activities.
The Wola Museum opens after modernization. In its new version, it is a place where the history of the district meets modernity and its challenges. The museum houses temporary exhibitions and accompanying activities involving various disciplines.
Interactive Pinball Museum
The museum is eagerly visited by people of all ages who can enjoy playing vintage pinball machines, such as: Twilight Zone, FunHouse, Terminator 2, Dirty Harry, Batman Forever, X Files, Star Trek, Lethal Weapon 3, The Addams Family , Road Show or arcade games: Mortal Kombat (1,2,3,4), Pac Man, Galaxian, Street Fighter, Metal Slug, and lots of shooters and steering wheels.
The gallery is located in the heart of Warsaw, in the vicinity of the Warszawa Centralna Railway Station, the Palace of Culture and Science and the InterContinental Hotel. You will find here not only the latest designer news, but you will also feed the body and senses. In a unique atmosphere, you can choose from over 200 shops, 40 restaurants and 8 unique Multikino rooms.
The Old Town is a bustling tourism hub, with cobblestone alleys and medieval buildings reconstructed after WWII. At its heart is Rynek Starego Miasta, a busy square lined with burgher houses and upscale Polish eateries. Nearby, St. John’s Archcathedral dates back to the 14th century and hosts summer concerts. The area is also home to the restored apartments and manicured gardens of the Royal Castle