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    Night of Museums 2023 – hundreds of events across the country

    The annual Night of Museums event is set to open up a plethora of cultural institutions and other typically off-limits venues to the public. On the night of May 13th to 14th, visitors will have the opportunity to explore museums, galleries, theatres, science centres, and public institutions across numerous cities. This eagerly anticipated event promises to offer a unique and immersive cultural experience for all who attend.

    Polish Ministry of Culture to host Night of Museums on May 13th

    The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Museum of Polish History and the “Niepodległa” Office jointly invite everyone to this year’s Night of Museums. Among the attractions that will be waiting for visitors to the courtyard of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and the ‘Okno na Kulturę’ gallery at Krakowskie Przedmieście 15 and 17 this Saturday – 13 May – are the outdoor multimedia exhibition ‘The 1863-64 Uprising,’ the exhibition ‘The Development of the Modern Museum Network’ and VR film screenings. There will also be a mobile exhibition ‘Sparks of Independence,’ presenting the stories of prominent Poles, at Krakowskie Przedmieście.

    The event, taking place on May 13th, will feature a range of exciting activities at both the Ministry’s courtyard and the ‘Okno na Kulturę’ gallery located at Krakowskie Przedmieście 15 and 17. Visitors can look forward to a variety of exhibitions, including outdoor multimedia exhibits as well as virtual reality film screenings. 

    Night of Museums in Warsaw to feature record-breaking number of venues

    The upcoming Night of Museums in Warsaw is set to feature a record-breaking number of 270 establishments, including over 40 new participants. Beyond traditional museums and cultural institutions, visitors will have access to typically off-limits locations. Among these unique venues are a century-old sewage network, the newly opened Embassy of Iceland in Poland, the striking interiors of the Żabiński Villa in the Warsaw Zoo, and an innovative educational centre dedicated to programming and robotics. 

    This year’s Night of Museums promises to be a remarkable and diverse experience, offering something for everyone. Don’t miss the chance to explore these extraordinary sites on this special evening.

    Cultural institutions, both independently and co-run by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, are offering a plethora of activities for this year’s Night of Museums across the country. From art and history to science and technology, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Embrace the chance to delve into the culture and heritage of your region and beyond.

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