This museum is a bit difficult to find - there is only Polish signage, so if you do not speak the language it might take a bit to find. It is also small, but the size is not a proper measure of the gut-punch you get from walking the interior of this Gestapo headquarters and torture center. There is even... 更多
First of all, picture is not correct, but the adress is. It's not too difficult to locate, just enter the main gate at the mentioned adress and turn left. You will see a door (picture). Enter the door and get a ticket, than proceed to the main hall. There you'll see a film (with English subtitles), and can continue onwards... 更多
Tiny museum, a bit hard to locate but a must see in Warsaw. Standing in a building where such atrocities took place really makes you think. Visiting this museum enhanced my stay in Warsaw and my understanding of WW2 - another piece of a very sad jigsaw. I'd highly recommend a visit.
Not a very large musuem, but it gives you a good understanding of how terrible the people of Warsaw were treated duing the occupation by Germany. Not easy to find, but if I can find it any one can, but the cabbies definatly can find it if you give them the address. The rooms give you an errie feeling walking... 更多
This museum is a very moving place which really does deliver an idea of the awful conditions those under arrest were held under. The etchings scratched on the walls by those under interrogation are harrowing. For such a small place the amount you learn is impressive. The English translations are good and there is an English version of the film... 更多
Although it is small, I’d say this is worth the visit. It is dark and haunting in this museum, and the pre-recorded sounds of screaming really adds to the effect. There is a good video right at the entrance – be sure to watch this as well. There are also a couple of interactive information terminals, with English, that were... 更多
The Gestapo was awful. We often focus on the horrors the Jews faced and forget political opposition to hitler could have you meet a very similar fate. The number of executions at the hands of the nazis is sickening. If you are walking around the city you will notice there is a sign on almost every building stating that the... 更多
I wouldn't go out of my way to see this place, but if you've visited Lawienski Park, you're in the neighbourhood. In theory a ticket to this should get you free entrance to Pawiak prison, but not for me. I enjoyed the commentary in English about the place.
This is a small museum a 40 minute walk from the centre.There is an introductory video and then you walk along a corridor which has various rooms and cells.There is exhibited all the weapons of torture used by the Gestapo.It only takes about 15 minutes to go round but that is enough.It is a truly chilling place and people need... 更多
We visited the Gestapo HQ in June 2016. The experience was harrowing but highly informative and paints a very distressing picture of what Life was like during World War 2 for the people of Poland. The museum is tiny, but entrance is cheap (8 zlotys - about £1.20), and you can see the cells in which prisoners were kept in... 更多