The Warsaw National Museum, founded in 18062, is the oldest art museum in Poland and one of the largest museums in Poland. At present, there are more than 830,000 pipes from Poland, Egypt and other places, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, carpets, gold and silver, as well as some art products from ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt. There are also paintings from the 20th century to the 21st century. There are regular exhibitions and special exhibitions in the Warsaw National Museum. Adult fares for regular exhibitions are 15 zloty. There is a free post office at the door. You can also rent the guide free of charge. It feels like the design of the museum in Poland is quite good.
Warsaw National Museum is not very large, and there are not many collections, mainly religious paintings and sculptures. Usually there is a charge here. Every Tuesday, it is free to open to the outside world. I don't feel it necessary to pay a visit. It's best to go on Tuesday for free.
The next day in Warsaw, we had a big breakfast together in the morning. We went to the Warsaw National Museum happily. We saw the vivid portrait and took pictures in the rain. Then we took a shopping trip in the mall. At night, we rushed to the Shanghai Garden and had a good meal.
The National Museum is close to the Vegas River, at the end of the Veswa River Bridge. It is the largest museum in Warsaw. It contains ancient works of art from Greece, Egypt and Rome, as well as paintings from Italy, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Russia since the 16th century. Next to the National Museum is a small open air museum, which can be visited at will, but it doesn't mean much.
Medieval art. Photographed at the Warsaw National Museum, it's quite beautiful and shocking. Very beautiful. It's highly recommended.
It has a long history and culture, beautiful environment and rich collection.
At one end of the bridge is the Warsaw National Museum, Warsaw's largest museum, which has a rich collection of ancient Greek, Egyptian and Roman art, as well as paintings from Italy, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Russia since the 16th century. Next to the National Museum is the small open air museum.