POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

A museum chronicling the history of Jews in Poland, with interactive exhibits, artifacts, and multimedia presentations.

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The Core Exhibition

Discover the history of Polish Jews from the Middle Ages to present day, through interactive exhibits and artifacts such as photographs, films, and personal accounts.


The Garden of the Righteous

A serene outdoor space dedicated to the non-Jewish Poles who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust. Reflect on the powerful stories of courage and sacrifice.


The Memory Room

An intimate space where visitors can engage with personal artifacts and hear recordings of survivors' testimonies, creating a poignant experience of connection with the past.


The Children's Room

A interactive exhibit designed for young visitors to learn about Jewish culture and traditions through play and exploration.


The Synagogue Model

Step inside a meticulously recreated 17th-century synagogue, complete with intricate wood carvings and stained glass windows, to experience the beauty of Jewish worship.


The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Exhibition

Learn about the bravery and sacrifice of the Jews who fought against the Nazi occupation during World War II, through artifacts and personal accounts.


The Memorial to the Jewish Victims of the Holocaust

A poignant tribute to the millions of Jewish lives lost during the Holocaust, featuring a stunning glass wall etched with names of victims and a moving video installation.


The temporary exhibitions hall

Discover thought-provoking temporary exhibitions that delve into various aspects of Jewish history and culture, such as art, music, or cuisine.