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Warsaw is waiting for you

Day by day more and more tourist attractions in Warsaw are reopening to visitors. You will find information what you can already do in Warsaw below.

Stadion Narodowy i Veturillo,fot. m.st. Warszawa

Veturilo

You can use the public bike system. In Warsaw, there are over 500 km of bicycle lanes and 4500 Veturilo bikes for you to use at 300 bike stations. A detailed map can be found here. You can use rental bikes 24 hours a day. More information

Łazienki Królewskie, Pałac na Wyspie, fot. m.st. Warszawa

Museums

Royal Łazienki Museum:
– Palace on the Isle, Myślewicki Palace, Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship, Old Orangery, Officer Cadets School: Tuesday-Thursday 10-16, Friday-Sunday 10-18
– Garden: Monday-Sunday 5.30-21 (free admission)

Wilanów:
– Palace: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 10-16
– Park: April: Monday-Sunday 9-20, May: Monday-Sunday 9-21

Royal Castle (Gallery of Paintings, Sculpture and the Decorative Arts, the Great Apartment, the King’s Apartment): Tuesday-Sunday 11-17
– Gardens: Monday-Sunday 10-20 (free admission)
– Tin-Roofer Palace: open from 8th May on Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 11-17

National Museum: Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 10-18, Friday 10-20

Museum of Warsaw: Thursday-Sunday 11-20

Warsaw Rising Musem: Monday, Wednesday-Sunday 10-18

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday 10-18, Saturday, Sunday 10-20

Fryderyk Chopin Museum: Tuesday-Sunday 11-19

Life Under Communism Museum: Monday-Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 10-18, Friday 12-20

Polish Vodka Museum: Tuesday-Sunday 12-20

Zachęta National Gallery of Art: Monday-Sunday 12-20

Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporaray Art: Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11-18, Thursday, Friday 12-20, Saturday 10-19

Museum of the Archdiocese of Warsaw: Tuesday-Sunday 12-18
– Crypts: Monday-Saturday 10-17, Sunday 15-17

Museum of Maria Skłodowska-Curie:  Tuesday-Saturday 12-17

Station Museum: Monday-Sunday 10-18

Polish Army Museum: Wednesday-Sunday 10-16
– park around the Museum is open Monday-Sunday 9-18 (free admission to the park)

Museum of Polish Military Technology: Monday-Sunday 10-18 (free admission)

Museum of Sport and Tourism: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9-17, Wednesday 9-20, Saturday, Sunday 10-17

Neon Museum: Friday-Sunday 12-18

MT 5,14 Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński: Thursday-Sunday 12-19

World of Illusion: Monday-Friday 12-20, Saturday, Sunday 10-20

Museum of Caricature: Tuesday-Sunday 10.30-13, 14-17.30

History Meeting House: Tuesday-Friday 15-17, 17.30-19, Saturday, Sunday 12-16, 16.30-19

Museum of Earth: Monday-Friday 9-16, Sunday 10-16

Museum on the Vistula: Tuesday-Thursday 12-19, Friday 12-20, Saturday 11-20, Sunday 11-18

Jewish Historical Institute: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9-18, Tuesday 9-20, Friday 9-16, Sunday 10-18

Museum of Evolution: May Saturday, Sunday 9-15

Museum of the 10th Pavilion of the Warsaw Citadel: Wednesday-Sunday 10-17
– the area around the Museum is open Monday-Sunday from 9 till dusk

Pawiak Prison Museum: Wednesday-Sunday 10-17

Museum of Independence: Wednesday-Sunday 10-17

Mausoleum of Struggle and Martyrdom: Wednesday-Sunday 10-17

State Ethnographic Museum: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10-17, Wednesday 11-19, Saturday 12-18, Sunday 12-17

Asia and Pacific Museum: Tuesday-Sunday 12-18

Museum of Literature: Wednesday, Friday 11-16, Thursday 16-20, Saturday, Sunday 11-18

Geological Museum: Sunday 10-15

Legia Warsaw Museum: Monday-Friday 11-17

Praga Museum of Warsaw: Thursday-Sunday 11-20

Wola Museum of Warsaw: open from 16th June

Heritage Interpretation Centre: Thursday-Sunday 11-20

Museum of Pharmacy: Thursday-Sunday 11-18

Museum of the Field Ordinariate: Thursday-Sunday 11-18

Museum of Printing: Thursday-Sunday 11-18

Katyn Museum: Wednesday-Sunday 10-16

NBP Money Centre: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10-13.30, 14.30-18, Thursday 10-14, 15-20

Museum of Dollhouses, Games and Toys: Monday-Sunday 11-19

Be Happy Museum: Monday-Sunday 10-21

Selfie Museum: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 15-20, Thursday, Friday 13-20, Saturday, Sunday 11-21

Cosmos Museum: Monday-Friday 10-21, Saturday, Sunday 9-22

Biblioteka Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, fot. W.Z. Panów pzstudio.pl

Other attractions

Copernicus Science Centre: Tuesday-Friday 10-16, Saturday, Sunday 10-19
– Garden on the rooftop: Tuesday-Sunday 10-20 (free admission)

Heavens of Copernicus Planetarium: open from 29th May

Viewing terrace on the XXXth floor of Palace of Culture and Science: Monday-Sunday 10-20

Viewing terrace on the bell towerat St. Anna’s Church: Monday-Friday 10-18, Saturday-Sunday 11-18

Warsaw Zoological Garden: May-September: Monday-Friday9-18, Saturday, Sunday 9-19

University of Warsaw Library Roof Garden: Monday-Sunday 8-20

Invisible Exhibition: Monday-Friday 14-20, Saturday, Sunday 11-20

Jewish Cemetery: Sunday-Thursday 10-17, Friday 10-15

Sculpture Park in Królikarnia: Monday-Sunday from 6am till dusk

Botanical Garden in Powsin:
– Garden: Monday-Sunday 9-20
– Orangery: Monday-Sunday 10-19.30

University of Warsaw Botanical Garden:
– Garden: Monday-Sunday 10-20
– Greenhouses: Friday-Sunday 10-20

Breakfast Market in Mokotów, Skwer AK Granat: Sunday 10-17.30

Breakfast Market in Żoliborz, al. Wojska Polskiego 4: Saturday 9-16

Night Market: from 21st May Friday, Saturday 17-1, Sunday 17-23

OFF Brzeska: Friday 17-1, Saturday 15-1, Sunday 13-20

Free ferries across Vistula: 1st May – 30th June: Saturday, Sunday, holidays, 1st and 4th June 9.30-20; 1st July – 31st August: Monday-Friday 12.30-19.30, Saturday-Sunday 9.30-20; September: Saturday, Sunday 9.30-20. Ferries run on three routes:
– ‘Słonka’ Ferry: Cypel Czerniakowski (floating pier) – Saska Kępa (beach)
– ‘Pliszka’ Ferry: Most Poniatowskiego (waterfront) – Stadion Narodowy (beach)
– ‘Wilga’ Ferry: Podzamcze Fontanny (floating pier) – ZOO (beach)
Bikes can be transported on ferries. 

Bus tourist line 100: runs from 1st May to 26th September on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 12 to 18
Bus route: Centrum – Marszałkowska – Królewska – pl. Piłsudskiego – Senatorska – Miodowa – Świętojerska – Karmelicka – Stawki – Konwiktorska – Wybrzeże Gdańskie – most Śląsko-Dąbrowski – al. „Solidarności” – Targowa – al. Zieleniecka – al. Poniatowskiego – Nowy Świat – Al. Ujazdowskie – Bagatela – Marszałkowska – Centrum.

Tram tourist line 36: 1st May – 27th June: Saturday, Sunday, holidays and 4th June 12-20; 28th June – 3rd September: Monday-Sundaya 12-20; 4th-26th September: Saturday, Sunday 12-20
Tram route: Pl. Narutowicza – Filtrowa – Nowowiejska – Marszałkowska – Andersa – Mickiewicza – Słowackiego – Metro Marymont.

Tram tourist line T: runs from 26th June to 29th August on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 18
Tram route: Pl. Narutowicza – Grójecka – Al. Jerozolimskie – most Poniatowskiego – rondo Waszyngtona – al. Zieleniecka – Targowa – most Śląsko-Dąbrowski – al. „Solidarności” – Towarowa – Grójecka – Pl. Narutowicza.

Sightseeing cruises on the Vistula with Kurka Wodna

Cruises on the Vistula with Motołódki

Discover Warsaw by Retro Bus

Free Walkative Tours Warsaw

You can also stay home and discover Warsaw online

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