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  • Getting here

      The Heritage Interpretation Centre
      A branch of the Museum of Warsaw

      11/13 Brzozowa Street
      00-278 Warszawa
      Contact: +48 22 635 34 02
      Warsaw’s air—as well as your convenience—are dear to us, which is why we recommend using public transport to reach us.

      Bus/tram stop: Stare Miasto (Old Town)
      Bus stops: pl. Zamkowy, pl. Krasińskich
      Veturilo public bike stations: Miodowa, pl. Krasińskich

      For up-to-date timetables, please go to www.ztm.waw.pl.
      More information about the Veturilo public bike rental system can be found at www.veturilo.waw.pl/en.
  • Opening times


      Tuesday–Sunday 10.00–19.00

      On Mondays the centre is closed for visitors. Before the Monday lectures at 18.30 we invite you to the Centre from 18.00.

      *On 18 May (Night of the Museums) the Heritage Interpretation Centre will be opened 10.00–1.00.

      Please remember that last guests enter the centre 30 minutes before closing.
  • Admission prices

      Single ticket
      regular ticket 10 PLN
      concession ticket 7 PLN

      On Thursdays the entrance is free of charge.

      Group ticket (more than five people)
      regular 8 PLN per person
      concession 5 PLN per person Kup bilet Kup bilet
      You can tour the centre with our guide in English. If you wish to do so, please let us know in advance at +48 22 277 44 96.
      Guided tours in English: 100 PLN

      You can book museum lessons at +48 277 44 96.
      Museum lessons: 100 PLN per group

      Admission for events organised at the Heritage Interpretation Centre
      Lectures 5 PLN

      Film screenings
      regular ticket 10 PLN
      concession ticket 7 PLN
      Walks 5 PLN
      Workshops for children 10 PLN
  • Access


      The Heritage Interpretation Centre is accessible for disabled visitors.

      Visually-impaired visitors can use typhlographics and audio guides, which are available on the first floor.

      There are two platforms for wheelchairs: one to reach the first floor (max. 385 kg, 134x109 cm) and one near the stairs (max. 225 kg, 100x77).

      A toilet accessible for disabled people is located on the -1 floor.

      The area around the Centre—Brzozowa and Celna Streets—is cobbled and sloping. The entrance to the Centre is located at the same level as the surrounding area. The staff can offer a wheelchair. Thanks to a small ramp the screening/lecture room is also available for visitors using wheelchairs.

      Parking spaces for disabled people:
      1 Zapiecek Street (one space)
      8 Kanonia Street (two spaces)
      3 Podwale Street (three spaces)
      11 Podwale Street (three spaces)