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We came with the group of 30 people, it starts we have 40 minutes movie, and then guided tour inside the museum. This museum explain the history of the Jewish people in Poland, The museum is very clean very nice and very impressive. Are you will recommend to all the Jewish people to come and visit this museum while being... 更多
This building is famous as it is the building that survived the Nazi leveling of all the buildings of the Warsaw Ghetto, including the Great Synagogue that once stood next to it (now the location of the blue tower skyscraper). The floor and entrance look like they are in neglect and disrepair but that is not the case- this is... 更多
We spent hours in here but barely scratched the surface. So much to read about long before WW2!! The different levels and set out took you on a journey with the story itself. Well worth it if you have the time.
great bookstore and very competent bookstore crew. Amazing staff in department of genealogy, unbelievable story of building connecting with uprising in Warsaw ghetto!.. Must see!
The institute's steps & foyer were damaged in 1943 when the Nazis fire bombed the old synagogue on Tlomackie Street. This makes the institute visit worthwhile. The exhibit is one 3 floors: - main floor has an excellent bookstore & coffee shop; - 2nd has a small theatre (where you can see a 45 min video on "912 Days of... 更多
This free institute is seemingly more focused on research than visitors. They present a riveting, grainy 40 minute documentary on 912 days of the Warsaw ghetto. I believe there were 2 other films available but we didn't see them. Up a couple flights of stairs is an exhibit of paintings by Jewish artists from 1890-1940 most of whom perished in... 更多
There were two exhibits but there is a wrenching film. It is very informative and horrifying. Not for children. This... 更多
They'll play the film about life in the Warsaw Ghetto when you enter. The sound system is poor, and you... 更多
The Institute has a wonderful documentary explaining the happenings at the Warsaw ghetto. Not to be missed.