Fryderyk Chopin Museum is the most modern biographical museum in Europe.
The exhibition occupies four floors of the Ostrogski Palace. On each floor you will find valuable memorabilia and information about the life and work of the composer, such as: letters, greetings, notes, drawings, copybook for calligraphy dating from the high school in Warsaw, Chopin's last piano, watch, and many others.
On the ground floor of the palace there is a room for children, equipped with touch panels with interesting interactive games, such as puzzles, picture painting, arranging tunes, looking for musical notes. We can choose the level of the game here, both adapted to the child's age and language.
The museum hosts many concerts of famous pianists.
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ul. Okólnik 1, 00-368 WarszawaGallery:
open from Tuesday to Sunday 11:00-20:00, closed on MondaysTickets adults:
- 62 PLN family ticket (two adults + children up to 6 people)
- Children up to 7 years free admission