Muzeum Wojska Polskiego
The collection of the Polish Army Museum contains over 300,000 artifacts. The collections continue to grow with new acquisitions and numerous donations. On August 13, 2023, the Museum opened the inaugural exhibition of its activity at its new location in the Warsaw Citadel titled "1000 Years of Polish Military Glory". Across a space of 2,700 square meters, a selection of approximately 3,000 of the most interesting and valuable artifacts representing a cross-section of a millennium of Polish military history were presented. In the near future, the remaining exhibits from the Museum's collection will be displayed in the permanent exhibition halls in four so-called "modules" - thematic rooms divided by historical epochs: module 1. 10th-18th century, module 2. 19th century, module 3. 20th century, module 4. Hall of the Orient, and module 5. Hall for Temporary Exhibitions. Among the exhibited artifacts, visitors will see, among others:
One of the largest museum complexes in Europe.
New Exhibition Pavilion (North) - the main headquarters of the Polish Army Museum. Located at the Pedestrian Crown Guard Square in the area of the Warsaw Citadel. The museum presents the inaugural exhibition titled "1000 Years of Polish Military Glory" - over 3,000 artifacts displayed across 2,700 square meters.More
A branch of the Polish Army Museum. It is housed in Fort IX Czerniaków in Warsaw, located at 13 Powsińska Street, in the Mokotów district. The branch's activities include collecting heavy equipment of the Polish Army and foreign armed forces, conducting search and retrieval operations, as well as the preservation of artifacts.More