The State Ethnographical Museum - Warsaw
Museum's Adult Education includes projects aimed at students, graduates, senior citizens, foreign nationals, companies, organizations - all adults enjoying intercourse with the culture.
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Warsaw's Ethnographic Museum is the oldest of its kind in Poland, established in 1888 for the purpose of collecting, preserving and displaying the beautiful folk culture that is so diverse across Poland, and exhibiting the history of the Polish people through aspects of their traditional lifestyles. While the Slavic collection is vast, the museum also exhibits collections from around the world, including objects form China, Japan, America, Africa, the Near East and Australia.
The museum is comprised of 6 permanent exhibitions showing over 80,000 objects, as well as about 12 temporary exhibitions held every year. Here you can see the full range of colourful and elaborate regional costumes, traditional cloths and textiles from across the country, exquisite traditional handicrafts, household tools and objects, and photographs showing traditional lifestyles and craftsmen at work.
Tuesday - Thursday & Saturday 10.00 - 18.00
Friday 10.00 - 16.00
Sunday 12.00 - 17.00
Standard -12 PLN
Concessionary - 6 PLN
Sundays - free of charge