The Praga Museum of Warsaw
A branch of the Museum of Warsaw
50/52 Targowa Street
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.
Thuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 11.00-18.00
Thursday, Saturday 11.00–20.00
Please remember that last visitors enter the museum 30 minutes before closing.
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
Kup biletYou 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: 100 PLN
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.
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.