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  • Getting here

      The Praga Museum of Warsaw
      A branch of the Museum of Warsaw
      50/52 Targowa Street
      03-733 Warsaw
      Contact: +48 22 518 34 00
      Warsaw’s air—as well as your convenience—are dear to us, which is why we recommend using public transport to reach us.

      Metro station: Dworzec Wileński
      Bus/tram stop: Ząbkowska
      Veturilo public bike stations: Targowa/Ząbkowska, Targowa/Kijowska

      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, Wednesday, Friday 9.00-17.00
      Thursday 9.00-18.00
      Sunday, Saturday 10.00–18.00

      Please remember that last visitors enter the museum 30 minutes before closing.
  • Admission prices

      On Thursdays the entrance is free of charge (for the core exhibition).

      Single ticket for core exhibition
      regular 10 PLN
      concession 7 PLN

      Single ticket for temporary exhibitions
      regular 5 PLN
      concession 3 PLN

      Single ticket for core and temporary exhibitions
      regular 12 PLN
      concession 8 PLN

      Group ticket (more than 10 people)
      regular 7 PLN per person
      concession 5 PLN per person

      Joint ticket for the Praga Museum and the main seat of the Museum of Warsaw at the Rynek Starego Miasta, valid for 7 days
      regular 20 PLN
      concession 15 PLN

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      You can tour the museum with our guide in English. If you wish to do so, please let us know in advance at +48 22 518 37 07 or 511 731 219.
      Guided tours in English: 240 PLN

      Organised groups
      If you wish to tour the museum as an organised group, please let us know at + 48 22 518 34 07 or 511 731 219.

      Visiting the museum with your own guide is also possible—please let us know at +48 22 518 34 07 or +48 22 518 34 30.
  • Access

      The entrance at Kępna Street is accessible for people using wheelchairs.

      Because of conservation reasons there are a few limitations in building B (former Jewish praying rooms) – there are thresholds and stairs. The entrance for people using wheelchairs is located at the courtyard – feel free to ask a staff member for assistance.

      Lifts are located in buildings A and C.

      Toilets accessible for disabled people are located on the ground floor in buildings A and C.

      Parking spaces (including those for disabled people) are located at the nearby Targowa Street.