State Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw was established in 1888 making it the oldest of its kind in Poland.
The facility collects exhibits devoted to Polish, European and non-European folk culture, including more than 74 thousand exhibits among others from China, Japan, the Middle East and Australia. Then there are a number of temporary exhibitions as well.
The museum also hosts a very interesting museum lessons which can be used by both preschool, elementary school students and high school students. Then there are family workshops, interactive activities, a joint sightseeing, watching thematic movies, talk and games, weekend sessions for children and young people as well as workshops, "Paths of tradition" for adults, covering a range of folklore, handicrafts, folk art and ritual art.
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ul. Kredytowa 1, 00-056 WarszawaGallery:
museum is closed on Mondays, Tuesdays through Saturdays open from 11:00-19:00, Sun 12:00-17:00Tickets adults:
- Free admission on Saturdays
- Workshop upon prior reservation