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Brama Poznania, Poznan
(4.5/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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  • Can't avoid comparisons to Krakow's underworld market. And here they are, but without the underworld. Let's start with the fact that the technique used for the presentation of content is absolutely phenomenal. We have focused on the interaction of environment, fully interactive. Visit combining a guide with the option to interact with selected elements of the environment. The exhibition presents the history of Polish in a nutshell. In the Museum are accessible play areas for children. In addition, the Museum can acquire a variety of souvenirs or spend time in a café.
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  • It is not easy to interest me, but the Museum here in August. friends came and we had something to show. I thought not, it remains to be seen until such a success!
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  • A huge plus for building architectural, Interior, compositions with water. The modern presentation of history. Unfortunately unconcerned with too much history, not all of us interested, but it was one of the first visits to the Museum which you can not regret it. Activities for children. Recommend
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  • Excellent way to spend hour and half or so. The audio guide which is sensitive to your location is pretty cool. I liked the outside tour with audio guide, but once in the Cathedral you should don't need to visit every chapel. Just fast forward to Golden Chapel and then to the Crypt. Also, recommended for children as well.
  • A very well presented exhibition, with a well thought out audio guide system. A bit geared around the religious side of the city, but that is to be expected as this is on Cathedral Island. The view from the roof was amazing. Well worth the climb.
  • Great way to know the most ancient history of Poland. Full of technological resources to make the visit dynamic and interesting, specially for children, with special places only for them.
  • f you want to learn more about how Poznan came to be the city it is today, the place you need to go is Brama Poznania. There you are going to learn the story from Cathedral Island through multimedia interactive presentations and installations that teach you everything you need to know. It may sound boring but this place is a must see. After a visit to the museum, you start to understand how Ostrow Tumski came to be the cradle of the Polish state. There you won’t find any artifacts. Brama Poznania is a place of storytelling and this is what you are going to see there. Located one of the oldest parts of Poznan, where Warta and Cybina rivers meet, the building mixes the old and the new. On one side you can see a modernist building filled with interactive storytelling installations and, on the other side, you can see the Cathedral Lock that used to be a part of the Prussian Fortification system.
  • Great place to meet Wielkopolska voivodeship in one pill