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Learn about the Polish Underground State and the Home Army
See the soldiers' artifacts and memorabilia
Get to know the history of the biggest Polish resistance movement
What to expect
Learn about the Polish Underground State and the armed forces at the Home Army Museum in Krakow. Established in 2000, the museum commemorates one of the significant organizations in Polish history. The Home Army forces were estimated to have around 400.000 participants, which makes it the biggest Polish resistance movement and the third-largest in Europe during WWII.
Discover how big impact the Home Army and the Polish Underground State had on Polish history and heritage. Learn about its origin and activity. Explore the Museum's collection, supported by multimedia and see the soldiers' artifacts and memorabilia.
What’s not included
Food and drinks
Wita Stwosza 12, 31-511 Kraków, Poland
Please, present your voucher at the museum ticket office.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 5 minutes before the activity begins.
Important to know
- Please bring your printed voucher in order to exchange it for a ticket at the ticket office
- You can use your ticket at any time during the museums open hour on your chosen day
- Museum opening hours:
- Tuesday, Thursday: 10.00am-5.00pm
- Sunday: 11.00am-6.00pm