Exhibition "Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue During the Holocaust" will soon visit the National Museum in Szczecin - The Dialogue Centre Upheavals. Read more ...

On November 11th 1918 the Republic of Poland officially became an independent country again. Although its borders were being shaped for further four years and fights for them were lenghtened by bloody conflicts in its various parts, the restored independence brought the feeling of happiness. Read more ...

On Thursday, October 27th 2022, at 12:00 noon we are opening "Polish Eagles" exhibition. Read more ...

The meaning of works by painter Andrzej Fogtt and sculptor Jarosław Perszko refers to contemporary history, to values that may be found within it and, in its context, to the desire to remember. Read more ...

Cold arms, designed for hand-to-hand combat, have been used by man since the earliest times. Until the 16th century, they were the primary weapons of combat, hunting and sport.  Read more ...

"History in an Envelope” is an exhibition presenting private correspondence from the interwar period to the fall of the communist system in Poland. All the letters belong to the collection of the National Museum in Szczecin – the Dialogue Centre Upheavals. Read more ...

See the second part of the open-air exhibition depicting violence of the war in Ukraine.  Read more ...

Stanisław Ledóchowski Maritime Museum functioned in Warsaw at Przemysłowa Street until the beginning of World War II.  Read more ...