Warsaw has a fantastic range of museums from the UNESCO-listed Royal Castle to the award-winning POLIN Museum, there is something to fascinate every visitor.
Meticulously reconstructed in the 1970s to its baroque splendour, this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of Warsaw’s must-see attractions. Read More
If you want a break from the urban bustle, then Łazienki Park, to the south of Warsaw, is a large and beautiful complex of public gardens and stately buildings. Read More
The Copernicus Science Centre and Planetarium is a fun, hands-on museum, designed to give kids a practical engagement with scientific principles. Read More
Covering the entire top end of the Old Town Market Square, the Museum of Warsaw tells the story of the city through an innovative use of everyday objects. Read More
Located in the Praga district, the Neon Museum is a small but beautiful collection from the golden age of Warsaw lighting. As much archive and art project as museum. Read More
Designed for different lengths of stay, these Warsaw itineraries will show you the best of the city, with transport directions and suggestions for where to eat.
Museums In Warsaw Map
You can find all the locations listed above in the Warsaw map below.
Each type of landmark has a different colour marker on the map:
- YELLOW: Warsaw Sightseeing
- BLUE: Warsaw Hotels
- RED: Warsaw Places To Eat – Michelin restaurants are DARK RED
- ORANGE: Warsaw Nightlife
- PURPLE: Shopping In Warsaw
- GREEN: Warsaw Transportation
Click on a marker and it will give you the name of the landmark, with a brief description and links for more information and directions. You can pan, scroll, and zoom around the map, or use the + or – buttons in the bottom left of the map to zoom in and out.
Click on the icon in the top left corner for an index of every location, sorted by category. Scroll down or use the map search (the magnifying glass icon) to find the place you want. Click the name of the place in the list. Its location pin will be highlighted on the map.
Each category is on a different layer, which can be switched on and off. So you can just see the Hotel or Restaurant pins, for example.
If you are using the map on your phone, open the Visit Warsaw map and then search for the name of the place. The map will then zoom in on its location.