The Zamek is an impressive building alright, but pride of place goes to the 1956 Uprising exhibition, honouring the first armed resistance the communist regime faced. Hidden down a side entrance, this basement masterpiece will reopen after renovations in March 2020, but in its previous incarnation featured stretchers used to carry the wounded, a tank, a display of arms and rifles, a room of Socialist propaganda posters, a typical Poznań family's flat from the 1950s, and a direct copy of a detention cell. Most poignant of all, though, was the space set aside for 13 year old Roman Strzałkowski, the youngest to die in the troubles. Exhibits included his harmonica and domino set, and newspaper clippings showing Strzałkowski picking up prizes for his piano skills.
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Open 10:00-17:00. Sun 10:00-16:00, Closed Mon.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission 10/5zł. Tue free.
1956 Uprising Monument
ul. Św. Marcin 80/82