Chopin Museum

If you are ineterested in getting to know better the life and work of one of the best composers ever, don’t miss this modern museum. Opened only in 2010 (for the 200th anniversary of Chopin’s birth) is an amazing journey through early days of Frederic Chopin in Żelazowa Wola and Warsaw and his great career in Paris. Audioguides in various languages help you to follow the exhibition with no problems. Tuesday is when you don’t pay the entrance fee!

Where: Muzeum Chopina (Chopin Museum)

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/GnkGy

When: Tuesday – Sunday, 11am-8pm. 

How much: Free on Tuesdays. Otherwise 11 zł (ISIC card) / 13 zł (reduced) / 22 zł (normal).

Details: chopin.museum/en



1950s Warsaw, Poland and Europe in Władysław Sławny’s photographs

Władysław Sławny, director of the weekly “Świat” (‘The World’) published his press photos mostly in 1950s. Visit the exhibition to have a look at what a PGR Farming Cooperative ball looked like or how the Nowa Huta steelworks in Kraków was built.

Where: Dom Spotkań z Historią (History Meeting House)

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/PVOIq

When: daily until 31 March (except Mondays).

How much: Free

Details: https://www.dsh.waw.pl/en/3_135



Sutari at Barometr

Polish alternative scene is going through a revival of interest in folk music. Sutari is one of bands largely inspired by musical tradition of Polish countryside and they combine this tradition with their 21st c. sensitivity. Hear the songs our great-great-grandparents may have sung performed with a completely modern feel.

CHŁOPACY by sutari

Where: Barometr

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/E5KKq

When: Tuesday, 08 Jan, 8:30pm.

How much: 15 zł

Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/533154463376072/

And don’t forget to come to our free, guided walking tour of Warsaw! Everyday! Click “Orange Umbrella Free Tour Warsaw” on the left for more details. 

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