For visitors

For visitors

phot. MSHM archive

Core exhibition

Daybreak - Mazovian Centre of Metallurgy from the turn of the eras

At present, Daybreak – Mazovian Centre of Metallurgy from the turn of the eras is the one and only exhibition in Poland with such a broad-scoped presentation of the fascinating subject of ancient metallurgy.

Opening hours

Core exhibition:

Tuesday– Friday: 9:00–16:00
Thursday (June 1st to September 30th): 9:00–18:00
Saturday and Sunday:11:00–17:00
Monday – the exhibition is closed

Last entry one hour before close.

phot. M. Bogacki

Museum garden

Museum garden:
April 1st to September 30th: 8:00–20:00
October 1st to March 31st: 8:00–17:00

Reduced-price tickets are available for (upon providing relevant document):

  1. Primary and secondary school students, learners at teacher trainer institutes and social services employee colleges, students and persons pursuing doctoral studies who are citizens of the European Union member states, the Swiss Confederation or member states of the European Free Trade Association — parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area.
  2. Persons above the age of 65, retirees, persons on a pension, and disabled persons together with their carers who are citizens of the European Union member states, the Swiss Confederation or member states of the European Free Trade Association — parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area.
  3. Teachers at primary, middle, secondary and higher-level schools, teachers and educators at educational institutions, reform schools, shelters for minors and diagnostic and consulting centres acting in the member states of the European Union, the Swiss Confederation or member states of the European Free Trade Association — parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area.
  4. Natural persons awarded the decoration “For the Care of Historic Sites”, the honorary decoration “Distinguished Cultural Activist”.
  5. Veterans.
  6. Tour guides and tourist pilots with state licenses.
  7. Others authorised by the Director.

Free entry is available for (upon providing relevant document):

  1. Natural persons awarded with the Order of the White Eagle, Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis, or the honorary distinction Meritorious for Polish Culture and Meritorious for Polish National Culture.
  2. Employees of museums entered in the State Museum Register.
  3. Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), the International Council for the Protection of Monuments (ICOMOS).
  4. Holders of Polish Card.
  5. Children up to 7 years of age.
  6. Primary and secondary school teachers and educators at educational institutions and reform schools acting in Poland that are guardians of organised groups.
  7. Academic teachers accompanying students during classes.
  8. Holders of the Pruszków Large Family Card.
  9. Holders of the Pruszków Resident Card.
  10. Others authorised by the Director.