Visiting the Museum of the History of Polish Jews
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews acts as a hub for Warsaw’s cultural scene and plays an important role in educating visitors about the history of the Jewish community in Poland.
For a thorough history lesson, visitors should move on to the Warsaw Uprising Museum where they can learn more about Poland’s famous 63-day rebellion against the Nazi occupiers.
Jewish history in Poland
Visitors can expect to see multimedia shows and both temporary and permanent exhibits which tell the story of Poland’s thriving Jewish community (which was the largest in Europe before they were persecuted by the Nazis and then the communist regime).
The space houses fascinating historical artefacts which have been carefully saved and preserved like postcards, paintings, photographs, Chanukah lamps and objects used in Jewish religious ceremonies.
The team working at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews also conduct a lot of research into the history of Polish Jews and organise regular debates, talks and events, bringing in experts from all over the world to share their specialist knowledge.
Staying at the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw
Visitors looking for central accommodation in Warsaw near the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and other attractions should book a room at the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw. The Museum of the History of Polish Jews is just a short eight-minute drive from this upscale hotel.
Guests can enjoy comforts in their hotel like on on-site restaurant, bar, fitness centre and even a hair salon while being close to a major train station and fantastic shopping at Zlote Tarasy.