Museum of Legia Warszawa

  ul. Łazienkowska 3 (Pepsi Arena)      (+48) 22 318 20 00     more than a year ago
Opened in 2006 on the 90th anniversary of the club, this is a museum dedicated to all things Legia including a display of the shirts, caps and medals of one of Legia's greatest players - Kazimierz Deyna. A very worthwhile visit for fans of all things football, the museum plots the club's history as the Army team through to today where it is one of the best supported playing in a modern stadium which you'll find 10 minutes by taxi from the centre. You'll find the museum in the North stand of Legia's Pepsi Arena via the main entrance. 



Open 11:00 - 19:00, Sat 11:00 - 14:00. Closed Sun.

Price/Additional Info

Admission free.


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Stephen Aaron

i have a bronze or brass medal says muzeum azji pacyiku warszawa and has a torch and looks to be olympic rings
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