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30km | Palmiry | Museum in the Kampinos National Park

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30km | Palmiry | Museum in the Kampinos National Park

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The Palmiry Museum is located in the middle of Kampinos National Park. Accessible by Warsaw public transport.

There is a public car park in front of the Palmiry Museum and the bus also stops in the immediate vicinity. There is no other infrastructure or gastronomic establishments here.

This is a touristic overview of the entire residence. For a detailed description please click the button below.

Tour with us

Price without entrance
150 € / 5 people
Transport
Included in the price
Language
English
Duration
4 hours
Contact
+48 507 980 921 (mob/WhatsApp/SMS)
+48 22 408 47 85 (telephone)

For booking and further details please click the button below.

Website

Admission prices

Admission to the museum is free of charge.

Buy e-ticket on the museum website

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Topic of the exhibition
Murders of the civilian population in Kampinos Park during World War 2 | Polish struggles for freedom from 1795 - 1945
Distance from Warsaw
30 km
Contact
+48 22 720 80 93
palmiry@muzeumwarszawy.pl
Address
05-512 Czosnow
How to get
The museum is connected by public transport (bus). Line 800 runs on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays in spring and summer. The starting and ending point is the metro station "Mlociny".
By car, the journey time is just under 40 minutes
If you book a tour with us, you will be picked up at the hotel. You will travel by minivan (transport insurance included)
Opening hours
April - October | Tue - Sun 10am -6pm
November - March | Tue -Sun 10am - 4pm
Audioguides
No
Language of descriptions
Polish
Dogs
Allowed in the park
Payment methodes
Cash and card payment
Car and bus parking
Free parking for buses and cars

Short description of the museum

Near the village of Palmiry, more than 2000 Poles were murdered by the German occupiers between 1939 and 1943. Today there is a cemetery mausoleum and a museum building with an exhibition on the whole event. The museum was opened in 2010. It explains the course of the murders, the resistance movement during the war and the partisan struggles in Kampinos National Park. Admission is free.

What else to see in the area?

Here there is really only the museum and pure nature. We strongly recommend that you bring your own food.

Eating and drinking nearby

There are no catering establishments in the vicinity. Be sure to bring your own food.

Accessibility

The museum is barrier-free. The park is not.

More attractions outside of Warsaw | up to 100 km

Tour with us: 150 € / 5 people
You can book a tour with us. We will pick you up at the hotel and of course bring you back. If you need more information, please use the contact form below.

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