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Places worth seeing in Warsaw

If you are not sure what is truly worth visiting during your stay in the Polish capital, if you are here for a very short visit and want to make sure you get to see the top sights, or if you are simply looking for inspiration, we will be happy to help! Check out our suggestions and see what our beautiful city has to offer!


The Royal Theater and the Old OrangeryThe Royal Theater is one the very few 18th-century court theatre buildings that have been preserved in Europe. The theater is located in the Old Orangery within Łazienki Park, a palace-and-park complex created on the initiative of King Stanisław August Poniatowski.
Warsaw FotoplastikonA show of three-dimensional photographs displayed on an original device that has operated in the same place since its very beginnings over a century ago. Warsaw Fotoplastikon is the only place of this kind in the Polish capital and has become an integral part of Warsaw's identity.
The Heritage Interpretation CenterThe Heritage Interpretation Center, i.e. the place where the Old Town Cellars Tour begins, is dedicated to presenting the history of the Old Town, with particular emphasis on the post-war period: the area’s thorough reconstruction and inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Czar PRL - Life under Communism Museum The Life under Communism Museum (Czar PRL) showcases memorabilia from the Communist period
Neon MuseumThe Neon Museum is the only place of this kind in Poland. It was opened in 2012 and, in addition to showcasing a collection of neon signs dating back to the period from 1945 onwards, is devoted to the mission of preserving and documenting light advertisements from that period.
Copernicus Science CenterCopernicus Science Center was opened in 2010 on Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie, in the vicinity of the popular Warsaw Mermaid statue. The mission of the Center is to promote and popularize science among children and adults.
Fryderyk Chopin MuseumFryderyk Chopin Museum is dedicated to the life and work of one of Poland's greatest composers.
POLIN Museum of the History of Polish JewsThe Museum of the History of Polish Jews, widely known as the Polin Museum, documents the history of Polish Jews that spans many centuries. It was constructed in 2009-2013 and opened in 2014. Its function is double: it operates as a traditional museum as well as a cultural and educational center
Warsaw Uprising MuseumThe Warsaw Uprising Museum is an institution collecting memorabilia and documentation related to the history of the Warsaw Uprising and its participants, as well as a place that organizes a plethora of events related to history and culture for participants representing all generations.
Wilanow PalaceThe estate of King Jan III Sobieski and his wife, Marysieńka (Marie Casimire Louise de La Grange d'Arquien).
The Royal CastleThe Royal Castle is a definite must-see for any visitor to Warsaw. Originally, the castle was built as the seat of Mazovian Dukes, and later the base for the authorities of the First Polish Republic (from the 16th century onwards). In 1944, Nazi troops razed it to ground. It only reopened to visitors in 1984.
The Palace of Culture and ScienceThe Palace of Culture and Science is Poland's tallest building (if we take into account its spire) and one of the most prominent symbols of post-war Warsaw.
Palace on the IslandThe summer residence of the last king of the Poland, Stanisław August Poniatowski.
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