National Museum of Poland - Poland's National Museums Include

Poland's National Museums Include

  1. Czartoryski Foundation and Czartoryski Museum
  2. Sukiennice
  3. Jan Matejko Manor
  4. Stanisław Wyspiański Museum
  5. Józef Mehoffer House
  6. Szołayski Family house
  7. Emeryk Hutten-Czapski Museum and Palace
  8. Villa Atma, Zakopane Karol Szymanowski Museum
  1. Poster Museum at Wilanów
  2. Królikarnia, Xawery Dunikowski Museum of Sculpture
  3. Nieborów and Arkadia Museums
  4. Otwock Museum of Design
  5. Łowicz Regional Museum
  6. Museum of Jerzy Dunin-Borkowski in Krośniewice
  7. Łazienki Museum of Ignacy Jan Paderewski and the Polish Emigration to America
  1. Gdańsk–Oliwa Etnographical Museum
  2. Gdańsk-Oliwa Museum of Modern Art
  3. Będomin Museum of the National Anthem
  • National Museum, Kielce at the Palace of the Kraków Bishops
  • National Museum, Poznań
  • National Museum, Szczecin (central branch)
  1. The Museum of the History of the City of Szczecin
  2. The Maritime Museum
  3. Szczecin Gallery of Contemporary Art
  • National Museum, Wrocław (central branch)
  1. Ethnographical Museum
  2. The Racławice Panorama Museum
  3. Lubiąż Museal Depot

Among the many Museums of Poland aroung the world, there is also the Polish Museum of America in Chicago, the Polish American Museum in New York and the Polish National Museum in Rapperswil, Switzerland.

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