By bus: 111, 180 - bus stop: Nalewki Muzeum (ca 200m away from the Museum entrance); both lines are served by low-floor vehicles.
By tram: 18, 15 - Muranów stop (ca 500m away from the Museum entrance) / 17, 33 - Anielewicza stop (ca 500m away from the Museum entrance).
By underground: Ratusz Arsenał station (ca 1 km away from the Museum entrance).
From the Warsaw Central railway station: By tram: 17, 33 (direction Żoliborz; tram stop: Anielewicza).
From Warsaw Chopin Airport: By bus: 175 (transfer to tram at Warsaw Central railway station); 188 (transfer to trams 17, 33, 37 at GUS stop).
VETURILO urban bike system: The nearest Veturilo station is located next to the Nalewki Muzeum bus stop on the corner of Anielewicza and Zamenhofa Streets (ca 200m away from the Museum entrance). Other stations in the vicinity are located on the corner of Anielewicza St. and Jana Pawła II Avenue and of Anielewicza and Andersa Streets (ca 500m away from the Museum entrance).
On weekends, visitors can park free of charge at the Museum car park along Anielewicza Street depending on the availability of parking spaces. On weekdays, parking is available in the marked paid parking zones.
Coaches can stop for 15 minutes along Anielewicza Street in the specially marked zone. There is no parking for coaches near the Museum, that is why we kindly request not to exceed the indicated 15 minutes; after this period, please move the coach to a car park dedicated to large vehicles.
The control at the entrance was introduced to ensure safety of both the Museum visitors and staff. What does it entail? You pass the gate which reacts to metal objects while your luggage (regardless of its size) is X-rayed just like it happens at airports. This is a standard procedure in major museums all across the globe.
Member of the POLIN Security Staff retains the right to check the body temperature of a person entering the Museum building, or to refuse to let in a person who does not cover their nose and mouth.
Yes. With the safety of our visitors in mind, we have introduced limits to the number of people in the specific areas within the Museum building.
The limits imposed on the number of people visiting exhibitions or attending events at the Museum do not apply to those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Once you present a vaccination certificate to a member of the Museum staff, you gain the right to purchase tickets beyond the set limit.
In the event of too many people wishing to tour the exhibition at the same time, an usher or a member of the Museum Security Staff may temporarily suspend admission to the exhibition without taking into account the time indicated on the ticket.
Whilst visiting POLIN Museum, photography and filming the exhibition is allowed, aside from spots marked with a visible ‘no photo’ sign. It is forbidden to use flash light. In case of using the recorded material for publishing or streaming you must contact the Museum’s Press Office.
Yes. You must cover your nose and mouth while inside the Museum building. You also have to keep the social distance of 2 meters while queuing to the ticket desk, toilets, to enter the exhibition hall and while touring the exhibition.
We are a secular institution open to anyone regardless of their nationality or religion. However, there are holidays in the calendar – be it Catholic or Jewish – on which the Museum is closed, out of respect for our guests, donors and employees. We inform on such dates on our website.
Admission to the core and temporary exhibitions is free on Thursdays. There is no booking of free tickets for Thursdays
Should you wish to book a guided tour, you must write no later than two weeks prior to the planned visit to the address email@example.com. However, please bear in mind that guided tours on Thursdays are especially popular as admission is free on that day, and you are only charged for the guide fee
As for other events organized on Thursdays, please get acquainted with the information available on our website or ask at the Museum ticket desk.