How long does it take to tour the core exhibition? How many people can participate in a guided tour? How can one borrow audio guides? What is the required age of children who can tour POLIN Museum? Is the Museum adapted to the needs of the disabled? Who is entitled to reduced price tickets?
Information which will make the visit at the Museum and touring the core exhibition easier for people with disabilities and their carers. It pertains to ticket prices as well as all sorts of architectural and organizational conveniences.
The restaurant specializes in Jewish cuisine dishes, such as gefilte fish, caviar, chicken broth with matzo balls, kugl, kreplach, duck, Sepharadi beef goulash, desserts. The restaurant also offers a wide selection of Israeli wines.
Members of POLIN Museum are entitled to free entry to the core exhibition and temporary exhibitions. Depending on the level of membership, members are able to take advantage of many unique attractions such as invitations to special events, reduced prices at the Museum restaurant and at the store, and on selected Museum events and educational workshops.
Sources documenting the history of Poland’s Jewish community are scattered all over the world.
POLIN Museum, in cooperation with a number of organizations and institutions committed to preserving the Jewish heritage in Poland, strives to offer information to all the visitors eager to find out about all the resources available all across the globe.