POLIN Muzeum Historii Zydow Polskich, Warsaw

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  • Well built museum with interesting informative on the life of Jews in Poland during the Middle Ages and on into and beyond WW2. Inevitably you miss a few things so use the excellent audio guide. I... 
    Well built museum with interesting informative on the life of Jews in Poland during the Middle Ages and on into and beyond WW2. Inevitably you miss a few things so use the excellent audio guide. I...  more »
  • Outstanding museum! Beautifully designed and intelligently curated. Covers the wide sweep of Polish-Jewish history from a range of interesting pesrpectives. Fascinating - absolutely worth a visit... 
    Outstanding museum! Beautifully designed and intelligently curated. Covers the wide sweep of Polish-Jewish history from a range of interesting pesrpectives. Fascinating - absolutely worth a visit...  more »
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  • What an extraordinary museum! Easily the most impressive museum I've been to. Went into such detail and provided so much information. Many interactive parts. Well organized and easy to follow. Allow yourself enough time to really have the full experience. I would personally say at least 3 hours.
  • The most detailed museum regarding the history of Jewish people in Europe that possibly exists. The restaurant serves delicious, traditional Jewish cuisine and is well needed, as each gallery takes far longer to explore than the guides suggest (I would even suggest splitting it up over morning/evening, as tickets are valid for the whole day). Just a note: it can be full of groups of schoolchildren, which isn't a problem until some of them behave highly inappropriately (such as giggling during the Holocaust section). That is not the museum's fault, of course.

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