Tourist attractions

Convenient location of Wolska Residence, easy and quick access to the city centre are an additional amenity for people who wish to visit the most interesting corners of Warsaw, including famous museums and galleries.

We especially encourage you to visit the Warsaw Rising Museum and the Old Town.

Warsaw Uprising Museum

The Warsaw Uprising Museum, re-opened in 2004, is one of the most often visited museums in Warsaw. It was entirely devoted to the dramatic fights that began on August 1, 1944. It takes visitors on an extraordinary journey through old Warsaw and is a tribute to the insurgents who died during World War II for a free Poland. The museum is located in the building of the old Power Station for City Trams on 79 Grzybowska Street, entrance from Przyokopowa Street.

Old Town

The Warsaw Old Town has been delighting tourists for years. It is a complex of historic buildings with a preserved medieval layout, surrounded by curtain walls. There are many attractions for tourists here, including the Royal Castle with beautiful interiors open to the public, Sigismund’s Column, St. John’s the Baptist Cathedral, the Barbican, the historic market square with the Mermaid Monument surrounded by charming tenements.