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Museums and exhibitions

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ul. Gdańska 2, 61-123 Poznań
tel.: 61 647 7600
www.bramapoznania.pl
 
The remarkable Porta Posnania symbolically connects Poznań’s oldest dis- tricts of Cathedral Island and Śródka. It attracts its visitors with a multimedia display, educational workshops, cultural events and tours. It presents the fas- cinating history of Cathedral Island and encourages visitors to tour it with an audio guide. The Porta Posnania is a perfect starting point for exploring the city along the Royal-Imperial Route.
Entrance: tickets for main exhibition reduced to 50%
 
 

Poznan Croissant Museum and Experience
Stary Rynek 41/2, 61-772 Poznań
tel.: +48 690 077 800 | muzeum@rogalowemuzeum.pl | www.rogalowemuzeum.pl

We invite you to see our original shows which reveal the secrets of Saint Martin Croissants and other Poznan’s prides. Let’s meet in a beautiful, renaissance tenement house right opposite the Town Hall. The shows are presented live by the locals and prices include croissant tasting!

  • 2nd May: 10:40, 11:10, 12:30, 13:00, 13:45*, 15:00, 16:00, 16:30, 18:00*, 19:30
  • 3rd May: 10:40, 11:10, 12:30, 13:00, 13:45*, 15:00, 16:00, 16:30
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  • Make sure you arrive at least 10 minutes before the show and wait downstairs in front of the building for a member of our staff. Please do not use the door phone.
  • The Museum has a capacity of 25 people. Guests are admitted on first come first served basis (no booking necessary). We reserve the right to cancel a show for less than 5 people.
  • Groups of over 15 people are asked to book in advance. How to book your visit.
  • Individual guests and groups under 15 people may buy tickets 10 minutes before each show.

Tickets: 8 zł

 

Model of Former Poznań
ul. Ludgardy (Church undergrounds)

tel.: 61 855 14 35
www.makieta.poznan.pl

The Franciscan Church’s vaults host 3 models: the model of historic Poznań, the model of first Piasts’ town and the model of the Old Market Square. The first one depicts Poznań as presented in Braun-Hogenberg’s picture of 1618 in the scale of 1:150. The second one shows the appearance of Poznań in 10th century. In consideration of blind people, third model (1:100) has been made in the convex technique. The descriptions of the elements are in Braille.

Tickets 10 PLN.

 

Shows at: 11:00 11:45 12:30 13:15 14:00 14:45 15:30 16:15 17:00 17:45 18:30 19:15

 


Archaeological Museum
ul. Wodna 27, 61-781 Poznań - Pałac Górków | tel./fax: 61 852 82 51 (centrala) | www.muzarp.poznan.pl

Poland's only actual obelisk from ancient Egypt, tools used several thousand years ago by the first inhabitants of present-day Greater Poland, funerary urns in the shapes of faces - these are some unusual sights that can be seen in the Archaeological Museum in Poznan. This is one of the oldest, largest and most active museums in Poland.

Entrance:

- Saturday: free entrance
- Sunday: half price offer: 4,00 PLN for adults and free entrance for kids, students and senior citizens

 

Genius Loci Archaeological Reserve

 ul. Ks. I. Posadzego 3, Poznań 61-108 | tel.: (+48) 61 852 21 67 | www.muzarp.poznan.pl/rezerwat

The park presents relics of the early-Piast Middle Ages town fortifications dating back to the 10th Century, and the remains of the Renaissance wall that once surrounded the Cathedral Island. In the state-of-the-art audio-visual hall the visitors can follow through the history of the settlement on the Cathedral Island, which began in the 10th century. 

Entrance:

- Saturday:  half price offer: 3,00 PLN for adults and free entrance for kids, students and senior citizens
- Sunday: free entrance


National Museum Gallery of Art and Sculpture

Aleje Karola Marcinkowskiego 9, 61-745 Poznań
tel.: +48 61 85 68 000 | www: www.mnp.art.pl, e-mail: mnp@mnp.art.pl

 

Built in the beginning of the 20th century, the museum owns rich collections of Romanesque and Gothic art, paintings by famous artists - Polish (among others Jacek Malczewski, Jan Matejko, Stanisław Wyspiański) and foreign (an overview of 15th-18th century Italian, 17th century Dutch and 16th and 17th century Flemish paintings).

Tickets:

- Saturday: free entrance
- Sunday half price offer: 8,00 PLN

 


Poznan Historical Museum

Stary Rynek 1, 60-772 Poznań
tel.: +48 61 85 68 193 | e-mail: ratusz@mnp.art.pl | www.mnp.art.pl

 

Since 1954, the Poznan Historical Museum has been located in the Town Hall, the old seat of the City Authorities. Originally built as a small one-story structure, the building dates back to the turn of the 13th century. In mid-16th century, the City Authorities entrusted its conversion to the Italian Architect Jan Baptista Quadro of Lugano who, between 1550 and 1560, turned this modest Gothic Town Hall into an impressive seat of City Authorities. 

 

Tickets:

- Saturday: free entrance
- Sunday half price offer: 8,00 PLN

 


Museum of Musical Instruments

Stary Rynek 45, 61-772 Poznań
tel.: +48 61 85 68 178 | www.mnp.art.pl

One of the few in Europe. Its collection of musical instruments consists of about two thousands items from all parts of the world. The Oscar hall is worth recommending - devoted to Oscar winner Jan A. P. Kaczmarek for the music to the film “Finding Neverland” with the award in the centre. 

 

Tickets:

- Saturday: free entrance

- Sunday half price offer: 5,00 PLN

 


Wielkopolska Military Museum

Stary Rynek 9, 61-772 Poznań
tel.: +48 61 852 67 39 | www.mnp.art.pl

The post-World War II pavilions located in the southern part of Old Market Square house the Wielkopolska Military Museum. Reconstructed from scratch after war-time devastation, the Museum's collection comprises nearly 40,000 items. The exhibits are divided into the three sections of Arms, Uniforms & Military Signs and Historic Documentation. 

Tickets:

- Saturday: free entrance

- Sunday half price offer: 5,00 PLN

 


Museum of Etnography
Grobla 25, Poznań
tel.: +48 61 852 30 06 | www.mnp.art.pl

The permanent exhibition entitled Folk Art in Wielkopolska features 19th and 20th century sculptures, paintings, folk costumes, embroidery, decorative items (of ceramic, iron and wood), worship objects and musical instruments. The items are grouped into four categories displayed in Textiles and Folk Costumes, Folk Art, Technology and Non-European Cultures Sections. 

 

Tickets:

- Saturday: free entrance

- Sunday half price offer: 5,00 PLN


 

Museum of the Wielkopolska Uprising of 1918-1919

Odwach, Stary Rynek 3
tel.: +48 61 851 72 89 | www.muzeumniepodleglosci.poznan.pl

The museum is housed in the Guardhouse on Poznan's Old Market Square. The permanent exhibition chronicles the events of the Wielkopolska Uprising 1918-1919. The Museum documents Wielkopolska's independence traditions from the first half of the 19th century, through the Wielkopolska Uprisings to the inter-war period. The wide range of exhibits from this time include mementoes, military effects, graphics, pictures, documents, publications, press, photographs and films. 

Tickets:

- Saturday: free entrance

- Sunday: Reduced tickets instead of full price tariff and free entrance for kids, students and senior citizens

 

Poznań Army Museum

Al. Armii Poznań, Park Cytadela - mała śluza, Poznań
tel.: +48 61 820 4503 | www.muzeumniepodleglosci.poznan.pl

 

The museum collects historical artifacts and literature related to the participation of the ‘Poznań’ Army in the September 1939 campaign. The permanent exhibition facility entitled "The faithful oath" commemorates the combat route of the army with particular emphasis on the Battle of Bzura (9-16 September 1939), and as its commander Maj.-Gen. Tadeusz Kutrzeba.

Half price tariff:

3,00 PLN for adults and free entrance for kids, students and senior citizens

ul. Św. Marcin 80/82, Poznań
tel.: +48 61 852 94 64 | www.muzeumniepodleglosci.poznan.pl

The museum contains collections connected directly with "Poznań June 1956' and also with anti-Communist opposition in a wider sense. Exhibits include photographs and memorabilia of the participants and victims of the event in Poznań in June 1956 and also all historical sources of anti-communist opposition activities in Wielkopolska between 1945 and 1989.

Half price tariff:

3,00 PLN for adults and free entrance for kids, students and senior citizens

 


Museum of Arms

Al. Armii Poznań, Park Cytadela, Poznań
tel. +48 61 8204 503 | www.muzeumniepodleglosci.poznan.pl

 

The Museum of Arms is located on the premises of the former Fort Winiary (the Poznań Citadel), in a Military Laboratory bunker added on in 1872. Originally used to make gun powder and shells, the facility was later converted to a munitions depot.The biggest attraction of its permanent exhibition are its outdoor displays of military equipment featuring over a dozen military vehicles, nine airplanes, two helicopters, five tanks, as well as numerous canons and mortars.The biggest attraction of its permanent exhibition are its outdoor displays of military equipment. 

Half price tariff:

3,00 PLN for adults and free entrance for kids, students and senior citizens

 

Museum for Wielkopolska Martyrs, Fort VII​ 

Al. Polska 1
60-591 Poznań
tel./fax +48 (61) 8483 138
http://www.muzeumniepodleglosci.poznan.pl

The Museum of Wielkopolska Martyrs is housed in Fort VII - Colomb.The museum documents Wielkopolskan martyrdom under Nazi occupation with a wide range of exhibits from that time. There is a rich collection of camp literature, drawings, photographs, prisoners personal effects, documents issued by the occupying German authorities and everyday objects: 'bread medallions', wallets, dictionaries and rosaries. 

Half price tariff:

1,00 PLN for adults and free entrance for kids, students and senior citizens

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