The Warsaw Uprising Museum is located at 79 Grzybowska Street presents the history of the Warsaw Uprising of events in a very interesting and attractive way. As a place of learning is ideal for school visits to the unusual way young people communicate historical knowledge of our country. The facility was opened on July 31, 2004, the day before the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the uprising. You can find the documentation of the events of August 1, archival letters, photos and lots of information about the Polish Underground State. The museum exhibition is modern - Audiovisual, there are all kinds of films, recordings that enrich the tour. All of this is designed to commemorate people fighting in the uprising and to make all visitors the importance and meaning of past events. There are over 30 thousand exhibits that were presented in an interesting way, to reach the main target group of the museum, which is youth. Museum, by its modern character, is one of the most visited in the whole Warsaw. The admission ticket for adults costs 18 zlotys, and reduced 14. The facility is open daily, except Tuesdays.