Life Under Communism Museum

Life Under Communism Museum_fot. F. Kwiatkowski

Thanks to places like this, time travel is possible! Go and see how Poles’ lives looked without flat-screen TVs, electric cars and social media… Find out how they spent their free time, where they met with friends, what “tuberculosis water” and “blond batons” were, how they made calls without a smartphone or packed a family of four into a tiny car. See everyday items, a typical flat, preschool, shop and a cafe.
The museum on Plac Konstytucji depicts everyday life in the People’s Republic of Poland, when vinegar was the only thing on store shelves, toilet rolls were bought hanging on a string, and every child dreamed of a pair of Relax shoes.

Opening hours and Ticket prices

ul. Piękna 28/34

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