Primarily chronicling the 1918-1919 Wielkopolska Uprising (though the exhibition starts at the time of partition) this museum occupies a rebuilt structure that once served as home to the Royal Guard. A big renovation in the 2010's took the exhibition from a series of artefacts to a modern multimedia creation on par with the Silesian Museum in Katowice or the Warsaw Uprising Museum in the nation's capital (though much smaller, of course). Downstairs is a mish-mash of weapons, uniforms, reconstructed bunkers and trenches, and vintage photographs, which look great but fail to convey much meaningful information; the historical info is all upstairs, where you can also take a picture dressed as a Wielkopolska soldier.
Facilities for disabled
From March to October: Mon closed, Tue-Sat 10:00-17:00, Sun 10:00-16:00; from November to February: Mon closed, Tue-Sun 10:00-16:00.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission 12/6zł. Tue free.
Stary Rynek 3
Wielkopolska Uprising Monument
Corner of ul. Królowej Jadwigi and ul. Wierzbięcice
Sitting in the northwest end of Drwęskich Park, the Wielkopolska Uprising Monument was designed by Alfred Wiśniewski and unveiled on September 19, 1965. The monument itself is a granite-covered 17 metre tall tower decorated with reliefs that depict th