It was a great experience. They had really good audiocommentary. Would recommend to anyone who is staying in warsaw.
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The day I went it was raining cats and dogs outside ..... pleasantly it was also the day it was free . It was uncomfortably HOT inside maybe it was meant to be . I loved all the old religious paintings and carvings and some...More
Firstly, this museum always looks closed. At the main entrance, the giant wooden doors are closed and security men walk about. In order to avoid walking across the large courtyard only to find out it was closed, I asked someone leaving who told me, no,...More
I walked 25 minutes in the rain to see the 19th-century Polish paintings, especially Matejko's masterpiece, "Stanczyk" but only learned that gallery was closed when I arrived. (Should have checked Tripadvisor!!) The rest of the collection is solid but nothing special.
There are a lot of items that are similar to one you'd find in any large-sized city art museum, but the National Museum in Warsaw did feature an unusual layout with many varied works of art. I spent about 2 hours here browsing the halls.
The gallery of 19th century art which focuses on Polish artists was the prime reason for our visit to this museum. It makes up a good proportion of the overall floor space and is widely regarded as the main strength of the museum. We arrived...More
The collection is very interesting and I had a great time even if the entire 19th century floor was closed. There is an entire section of Christian Nubian Art, only second to Sudan which is fascinating and is the role of Polish archaeologists in its...More
I enjoyed all sections of this museum, as there are many delightful surprises across different media and times. For example, the beautiful sashes woven and embroidered and worn by Polish nobility were unexpected and superb. However, the two highlights for me were the Coptic frescoes...More