Madame Curie's Museum has a small facade and she thinks it's a street dwelling. The museum is divided into two layers. It mainly introduces Madame Curie and her husband, some photos of her life and manuscripts of scientific research. Madame Curie is the pride of Poland. In fact, the statue of Madame Curie is often seen in the streets of Poland, which shows how much Poles love her.
About ten minutes'hiking north from Old Town Square to No. 5 Freta Road, where Madame Curie was born. There are many precious photographs in the museum, showing Mrs. Curie's life and research results, and collecting the articles that Mrs. Curie used in her lifetime. The museum was originally located at 16 Freta Road, where Marie Curie was born. It has been temporarily moved to 5 Freta Road since December 2014 due to renovation. Visits are free and worth seeing. In particular, we can learn a lot about the life, work and learning details of Warsaw civilians a hundred years ago. The street where the museum is located is a medieval street with classical beauty.
Marie Curie is a famous Polish physicist and chemist. She used to live here, but now she has changed to a memorial museum. The scene of Mrs. Curie's life and work is shown. The test tubes and flasks with different color solutions can be seen. The museum is small in size.