The Heritage Interpretation Centre
A branch of the Museum of Warsaw
11/13 Brzozowa Street
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.
On Mondays the centre is closed for visitors. Before the Monday lectures at 18.30 we invite you to the Centre from 18.00.
Please remember that last guests enter the centre 30 minutes before closing.
regular 10 PLN
concession 7 PLN
Group ticket (more than 10 people)
regular 7 PLN per person
concession 5 PLN per person
On Thursdays the entrance is free of charge.
Joint ticket to the Heritage Interpretation Centre, the Museum of Pharmacy, the Barbican and the Museum of Field Ordinance
regular 20 PLN
concession 15 PLN Kup biletYou 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
regular ticket 10 PLN
concession ticket 7 PLN
Walks 5 PLN
Workshops for children 10 PLN
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)