Poland: Joint ticket for 4 Jewish attractions in Warsaw

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Visitors to Warsaw have just received a big boost — a joint ticket valid to visit four key Jewish attractions in the Polish capital. The ticket can be purchased at the POLIN museum or online at: bilety.polin.pl. It includes entry to:



Core Exhibition, POLIN Museum, 6 Anielewicza Street

polin-wm6When and where from did the first Jews arrive in Poland? How did Poland become home of the largest Jewish community in the world? How did it cease to be just that and how is the Jewish life being revived today? The narrative exhibition at POLIN Museum uses historic objects, polychromies, models, multimedia and written text to tell the 1,000 year history of Polish Jews.

    • For more information go to: www.polin.pl 
    • Opening hours: Mondays, Fridays 10 AM – 6 PM, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays 10 AM – 8 PM.
    • Ticket is valid for a visit at the museum at a time specified on purchase.

Temporary exhibitions, Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute, 3/5 Tłomackie St.

Since 1947, the Jewish Historical Institute has been one of the leading institutions engaged in research of the history of Jews in Poland and the rest of East-Central Europe. The Institute organizes several new exhibitions dedicated to Jewish topics yearly. The exhibitions present photographs, films, archival documents as well as works of art from the Institute’s rich art collection.

    • For more information go to: www.jhi.pl
    • Opening hours: Mondays-Fridays, Sundays 10 AM – 6 PM.
    • Ticket is valid until the end of 2016.

Rifka and Zalman Nożyk Historic Synagogue, 6 Twarda Street

Nozyk-wm1 copyThe Nożyk Synagogue was erected in the years 1898-1902. It was designed in Neo-Roman style with elements of Byzantine and Moorish ornamentation. It was one of only two Warsaw synagogues and prayer houses to survive World War II and is used by today’s congregation.

    • For more information go to: warszawa.jewish.org.pl
    • Opening hours: Mondays-Thursdays 9 AM – 8 PM, Fridays – until dusk, Sundays 11 AM – 7 PM.
    • Ticket is valid until the end of 2016.

Main Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw, 49/51 Okopowa Street

In the Warsaw Jewish cemetery.

In the Warsaw Jewish cemetery.

Established in 1806, the cemetery encompasses thousands of graves of Jews from all levels of society, including simple gravestones and elaborate tombs for wealthy entrepreneurs, merchants, political activists and artists.

    • For more information go to: www.beisolam.jewish.org.pl
    • Opening hours: Mondays-Thursdays 10 AM – 5 PM (in autumn and winter months until dusk), Fridays 9 AM – 1 PM, Sundays 11 AM – 4 PM.
    • Ticket is valid until the end of 2016.


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