Essentially the Nowa Huta Military Museum, here you'll find several dusty exhibits dedicated to Nowa Huta natives who fought and died for their nation. In Polish only, though there's an English language brochure, most of the displays might not mean much to those lacking a healthy interest in the detritus and paraphernalia of war, but it’s well worth popping in (it's free after all) if only for a look at the intriguing and grotesque models of life under the Nazis during WWII. You'll know you've found it when you see the imposing Soviet tank out front.
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Open 10:00-15:00. Closed Sat, Sun.