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Fryderyk Chopin Museum, Warsaw

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3.5/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
A museum with two branches, Fryderyk Chopin Museum includes both the composer's birthplace and the Chopin family parlor. Housed inside the Ostrogski Palace, the museum displays valuable documents, musical scores, and letters--some written in Chopin's delicate hand. A library of recordings draws music professionals from around the world for research and for pleasure. Frescoes in the attraction are supplemented with multimedia and interactive displays. Visit the website for a list of audio recordings of lectures and music related to Chopin. The museum also hosts concerts and contests, many of which are open to the public. See Fryderyk Chopin Museum and all Warsaw has to offer by arranging your trip with our Warsaw vacation planner.
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  • I would recommend to most music lovers than history, is indeed very fascinating reconstruction of the artist's hand, the storoca
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  • a wonder the chopin in the House Museum visit the dwell in Warsaw. There is absolutely everything from old photographs to consoles where you can listen to music of the wonderful Polish composer missed on a visit to Warsaw. Serious and well maintained
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  • Nice place to visit The techs in the museum are updated and new After the visit we went to the gift shop next to it and had something lights next to the souvenir shop 
  • I wanted to like this museum but it just couldn't meet expectations. It's tried to be too technologically advanced and many of the exhibits are not working. I wish there were more simple things there like a hard copy of music transcript I could flip/read through whilst listening to his music. Some more paragraphs and chunks of text would have helped me build his story as a narrative rather than seeing clippings here and there.
  • Lovely place. Gardens are wonderful. But the technology gets in the way. A simple guide would have been better...
  • Pretty multimedial as for a very traditional museum. If you're into the life of Chopin, you'll be satisfied - lots of details not only from his professional but also private life.
  • Interesting, but many exhibition don't work, so you get isolated pieces of information which - if you don't know much about Chopin - hardly can be assembled in the whole story. And the explanation to the exhibition on english are made in such dark inexpressive colours that you have constantly to strain the eyes to read something.
  • Very modern museam. Entrance at Sunday is free.
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