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Emigration Museum in Gdynia, Gdynia
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Bardzo interesujące i multimedialne miejsce. Rozszerza horyzonty, polecam nie tylko zainteresowanym historią. Ciekawe także dla młodzieży. Nie jest tu konieczny przewodnik, bo każda sala ma swoje tema... read more »Very interesting and multimedia. Expanding horizons, I recommend not only interested in history. Interesting also for young people. Here is not necessary a guide, because each room has its own theme sounds, texts and images.show original
Odwiedziliśmy z dziewczyną Muzeum Emigracji głównie ze względu na zachwalające je recenzje znalezione w internecie. Nowo otwarte muzeum, ciekawy temat, pozytywne recenzje - nasze oczekiwania były więc... read more »We visited with my girlfriend the Museum of Emigration mainly due to laudatory reviews it found on the Internet. The newly opened Museum, an interesting topic, positive reviews-our expectations were very high. The day was hot, about 25 degrees, and the place we arrived just before noon. Subscribe to tickets (very cheap) we went to visit the permanent exhibition. First impression-we are in the fridge! My companion durable there less than an hour before the Frost drove it. As, as the individual more zimnolubny, also I felt uncomfortable. Same Exposition is very interesting, the themes of emigration history travel across the oceans and life in exile is an original and intriguing. The Interior of the Museum is decorated ciakawie, and help you empathize with the mood of the presented history. That, however, the positives end. Our biggest problem was the amount of written text. As the lovers read we were by these śniany text simply overcome. To get by the first of about 8-9 exposure section, it took me an hour. It was the time spent standing in front of the plates and monitors with the text in the AC system, cold hell. When I travel through this first section, my girlfriend made me that I am still at the very beginning, and it is very cool and she wanted to already get out. She zdążyłą at that time run by all zones and briefly become familiar with their subject. From the moment I also-150kph your pace, and yet it's almost another 2 hours I spent reading carefully selected, intriguing me exhibitions (as a collection of letters that immigrants send your loved ones rest in Poland). I can confidently position that during this nearly three-hour visit, I have read about 15% of the information on all media. One of the most modern museums in Poland I expected much more. The nightmare of air conditioning requires visitors clothes thick sweats in the middle of the summer to be able to wade through the exposition of the Museum. The use of monitors, as a media text różwnożędnym with the plates is not enough to actually facilitate the assimilation of knowledge and interest to the visitor to read the story. No details here of interactivity that would allow learning through play (beyond the clever installation presenting the travel time by comparing the different means of transport). Listen to the history of the phone, rotating polygonal figures to read information stored on each of their pages, virtual turning pages-it's too little to catch the attention and to make visitors remember trivia behind undoubtedly in this museum. In conclusion-this museum is part of the Canon of Polish modern museums that look good, but use old-fashioned and broken already methods of knowledge transfer. It is in this respect very similar to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. A huge amount of information written in different places interesting furnished rooms does not help to understand the history and the subject of this place. To see absolutely everything, in the Museum of emigration to spend two full days, so if you want to learn something, but you have limited time to explore the Tri-I advise you to let go of this museum. At the same time, if you decide to read everything, it's the way the presentation of information and the number of monitors you will in this way. This is a good place for school trips within the classroom and, in principle, outside this I see no real use for this place. Despite a sincere interest in the subject, neither I nor my girlfriend doesn't we left from there 'mądrzejsi ' are more interested in the topic. On the contrary, the only one in which we found the next day, the cheap tickets. If there were more expensive, very żałowalibyśmy. But our two does not recommend this place.show original
Warto tam pójść, ciekawe wystawy, bardzo nowoczesne prezentacje, mnóstwo poruszonych zagadnień. Zarezerwujcie sobie Państwo naprawdę sporo czasu, żeby na spokojnie zapoznać się z tym miejscem. Tylko s... read more »It is worth to go there, interesting exhibitions, very modern presentations, many raised issues. Treat yourself to a really quite a bit of time to calmly review this place. Only check previously from which is safe, and from which you can go on a tour, because we do not know-the Museum was open from 11-th, cash open from 11.30 am and the exhibition from 12:00 noon.show original
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