Warsaw Old Town

Warsaw Old Town
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Saturday, 4 April 2015

Museums at Night 2015

Planning to visit Warsaw in May? If so, you definitely need to schedule your trip so as to be here on May, 16th! On this day Museums at Night will take place this year. The event attracts more and more residents and tourists every year, it is not surprising though as the city has more to offer year-on-year.

In the upcoming edition 237 institutions have declared their participation so far, including 50 museums and 31 galleries. Beyond the obvious benefits of the event - that is free entrance and long opening hours - Museums at Night enables to visit places that are normally closed for visitors, such as Parliament or Senat premises. Due to great number of attractions, it is good to check the programme in advance and choose 2 or 3 places that are most interesting for us. I'd not recommend picking too many sites as queues should be expected at most popular places.

Full programme of the event wil be available starting from the mid of April here and on the official facebook profile .

1 comment:

  1. The first I met , when I was 19, and who worked for Findus foods as a demonstrator, invited me to her home city of Upsalla.
    At that age, seeing a tall nicely built lovely looking blonde in beautiful national costume and looking as fresh as a daisy was a bit of a sight, I can tell you.....Aaaah, the joys of youth.
    I finally plucked up the courage to talk to her and she invited me to lunch on her expenses card.....wow!
    When her time was up doing the UK demo bit in a couple of weeks she invited me to visit her at Upsalla where she lived, so I started saving big time.
    It didn't take long to know when I got there how lucky she was to live in Upsalla.
    It's gorgeous!
    The university right back in those days was a model place to get to, like getting a Leeds or St Andrews uni place in the UK and it's now a top ranked uni high in the world lists. To know more visit here.