Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature

  Rynek Starego Miasta 20 ,   Old Town          (+48) 22 831 76 91     03 Nov 2023

Widely regarded as Poland's greatest poet, Adam Mickiewicz is right up there with European heavies Byron and Goethe. A 'national bard' of not only Poland, but also Lithaunia and Belarus, he is responsible for inspiring Romanticism in Poland, and you can learn all about him in this museum on the Old Town Square. As well as having a number of manuscripts and historical artefacts connected with Mickiewicz, the museum also hosts temporary exhibits (with English translations) connected with other leading Polish writers.

Average visiting time: 45mins-1hr per exhibit.

If Polish writers are your bag be sure to check out the three other related sites that are part of the city's Museum of Literature and celebrate historic authors: the Władysław Broniewski Museum of Literature at ul. J. Dąbrowskiego 51 (temporararily closed), the Andrzej Strug Museum of Literature at Al. Niepodległości 210/10A and the Maria Dąbrowska Museum of Literature at ul. Progi 1/13.


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Open 11:00-16:00. Thu 16:00-20:00, Sat, Sun 11:00-18:00, Closed Mon, Tue.

Price/Additional Info

Admission to the permanent exhibit 6/5zł, Temporary exhibit 12/6zł. Sun free admission. Kinds under seven admission free.

Associated Venues

Adam Mickiewicz Monument

ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 21-23
Mickiewicz Monument in Warsaw The Man P


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