|Monday||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||12:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||12:00 – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
An eye candy !! A must in the list. Beautiful, I enjoyed reading every sign story. It’s a bit small but it’s definitely worth it!
Really liked the history part and some nice small souvenirs that you can buy there:) An unusual museum to visit, however, it needs a bit more space. Will definitely recommend it!
I loved it! A MUST when in Warsaw. especially if you like art and culture. It gives you the whole history of neon signs in Poland, presented in a interesting way and for all ages. The neons were all so beautiful, and the lighting was so cool. I got to meet the owners and they were super friendly!
Small but interesting. It’s a mix of advertising information and communist history. Also, if by any chance you like typography, you’ll love this museum.
Very nice family friendly museum to visit in the Sunday afternoon. IT is really interesting place of art and culture promotion. It is pity that it is not very popular.
A well-curated museum that clearly sets the context of neon advertising signs from the 50's to 70's. Also a beautiful space! A highlight of our trip to Warsaw.
Well-documented history of a very specifis Polish phenomena. The museum is great, albeit a bit too small. I'm sure the signs would benefit from a larger space and it would be even nicer if more of them were renovated and lit (...but I assume that's more of a money issue).
Really great collection of neon signs and the staff are all fantastic. Great project to save the neon applied art and does a wonderful job explaining the political history, sign history, and creating beautiful displays. I would say this should be a must see for anyone visiting Warsaw!
A very Small museum from my point of view. Like maximum 15 minutes inside and you finish the tour. Recomand just for the people That are passionate about graphic design or industrial design etc.
A very special museum worth a visit if you are in Warsaw. There are tons of details to discover and the stories behind each sign is explained on little info boards on the walls. The location is a little bit outside the main attractions but very easily accessible by public transport.
Really small. Not interesting at all. Was expecting it to be more arty and good. Wasn't good. A shop sign for Betty's hairdresser? Wow.