VISITING THE MUSEUM
Forms of visiting
The University of Warsaw Museum invites individual tourist and organized groups to enjoy the exhibition presented at the Tyszkiewicz-Potocki Palace. Visitors will have an opportunity to learn in detail, under the guidance of the Museum’s guide, about the history, art life and the historic monuments of the largest higher education institution in Warsaw.
Currently the Museum offers tours of its permanent exhibits in the Dining Hall as well as the opportunity to see the magnificent, neo-classical interiors of the Tyszkiewich-Potocki Palace: the vestibule, the Billiard Hall and the Ball Room (depending on availability). Additionally, very soon, within the Billiard Hall the Museum plans to create an exhibit which will not require entering other rooms of the palace and connected to the history, architecture and sculpture of the Tyszkiewicz-Potocki Palace.
Visitors are also encouraged to enjoy the thematic strolls through the University’s campus. An hour-long stroll with a guide will allow guests to acquaint themselves in detail with the architecturally unique buildings along the Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street.
- Individual guests – admission free of charge.
- We ask that groups (up to 25 people) make reservations by phone or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). Cost of a guided tour in Polish is 90 PLN and in English 130 PLN. The tour lasts approximately one hour and includes the permanent exhibition of the Museum of the UofW as well as the main campus along the Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street.
ATTENTION – if an invoice is required please notify us in advance. Credit cards are not accepted.