With Warsaw’s museums due to close on Monday as part of our never-ending lockdown saga, use Sunday wisely to imbibe some knowledge from a lesser-known gem.
And with the weather set to act as a prelude to spring, where better than exploring the nugget that is the Museum of Hunting & Horsemanship inside the elegant Łazienki Park.
Purchased with a grant from the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage & Sport, the Firearms exhibition presents approximately 130 items mainly from the 19th and 20th century – though including, also, those produced 200-years before that. Manufactured in Switzerland, Italy and the Balkans, the objects on display pay homage to long lost artisanal skills, technological innovation and the craftsmanship of the day.
Museum of Hunting & Horsemanship
ul. Agrykola 1
Open: 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Tickets: from PLN 1 to PLN 8