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Museum of Technology, Warsaw

(3.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Muzeum Techniki w Warszawie is a museum in Warsaw, Poland. It was established in 1955. It is located in the Palace of Culture & Science.

Exhibits include motorbikes, aeroplanes, 19th century musical boxes, and historic cars.
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  • The iconic place on the map of the capital, you can move in time and see how the formerly life-old cars, hardware, sporting goods, computers, the 1980s, from time to time are contemporary exhibitions-robots, etc. People with a passion for work there! It is a pity that now have financial problems. I keep my fingers crossed!
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  • Museum of technology and industry in Warsaw is very cool. Enjoys very high popularity. You can see things our grandmother and grandparents. Extra. I invite you.
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  • The tower really gives great viwes of the city and is itself a dominant buiding in the area. I reccoment to bring warm clothes, as it can be very windy up there, if you are visiting in fall/winter. Th...  more »
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  • Built into the side of the amazingly decorative but still totally socialist Palace of Culture and Science, the Museum of Technology was a fascinating insight to the surprisingly large manufacturing industry in Soviet Poland. With exhibits ranging from early motorcycles to massive analogue computers and even a genuine Enigma machine, the Museum of Technology really did have something for everybody. The museum was also surprisingly hands-on, including very interactive exhibits like a room full of 80s-era video games on actual games systems from the time. The entrance fee was perhaps a little steep for those with little interest in motor vehicles which were a great deal of the museum's focus, but in my opinion it was fully worth it.
  • As a technic entusiast I liked it but there are no english translations and museum is quite old and it's having some financial problems now, it can be closed. Its a shame bwcause there are a lot of things. Museum just need a bit of investments to reach level of uprising or jews museum.
  • Museum with potential to be great, but heavily underinvested. Most expositions have "Do not touch" stickers, many objects are not described.
  • Probably the most boring museum I have ever been to probably due to the fact there were no english translations except in one room. There was an english guide you could hire for 50zl but he was sick the day I went. The exhibits were old and not interesting. I spent probably 20 minutes in the museum before leaving disappointed. I would not recommend.
  • I liked it but some zones where closed. You can find old cars, bikes, computers and mine utensils. You can do real physics experiments and view models of Leonardo da Vinci discoveries. It is possible to play games with old consoles as Amiga or Commodore 64. Enjoy!