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Extremely well set out museum in an impressive building. Takes you through the build up to the events of 1980, the consequences and eventual birth of modern Poland. The audio guide is excellent. Allow at least 2 hours and more
This museum is one of the best museums l have been too. It cost us 10 zlt each and the staff where lovely and friendly. We listened through audio sets which where brilliant and told you the story! The museum is set out brilliant with...More
The museum looks stunning with the walls looking like the those of a ship. There is an excellent audio guide throughout. There are many interesting videos on display from the 80’s. There were many interesting touches like period rooms. On the roof there is a...More
Overall the museum is well organized, with a consistent organization between the rooms and the GPS audio guide. The content is interesting and not overwhelming and goes well with the design of every room, which has its own style, objects, etc. At the end, you...More
Its "Solidarność" in every manifestation of it. Garden at hall like oasis before and after exhibitions
Visual, audio, for touch - here applied everithing.
BUT - I DIDN'T FIND UKRAINIAN language in audio guide. Need ukrainian too :) please, translate exhibitions for us
We dropped in after a superb self guided tour of the shipyards. You must do the tour..the signs and information boards are spot on and it is well worth visiting. Anyway, we were very cold and wanted some warmth. The museum building is very impressive...More
This museum was really inspiring and thought provoking detailing the struggle of Polish workers battling against the forces of communism and part of the catalyst to the breaking down of the “Iron curtain.”