Europe Magazine - September 2021
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INNOVATIVE POLISH MUSEUMS MUSEUMS IN POLAND ARE FAR FROM BORING!
You simply can’t be bored at Polish museums. They are interactive, multimedia-based, and very innovative. The diversity of themes is so great that everyone will find something of interest. Below we present three innovative museums, each with a different focus. Which one will inspire you to visit? Multimedia Museum on the Cliff This is an innovative multimedia exhibition that will enchant even the most demanding visitors. Set off on an amazing journey through time, made possible by presentations involving sound, light and images. Advanced technology is also used to tell the history of the church ruins in Trzęsacz. Living Museum of Gingerbread Nothing tastes as good as gingerbread you make yourself. That’s why it’s well worth visiting this museum in Toruń, a unique, intriguing, magical place filled with the history of Toruń and redolent with gingerbread. It’s interactive, naturally. You get to make gingerbread dough, cut it into the proper shapes, then bake the Toruń speciality and take it home as a precious souvenir.
Hydropolis Water is one of the fundamental elements of nature, deciding about life on Earth. Everyone knows it is essential, but only Hydropolis shows you the compound known as H2O fromvaried and fascinating perspectives. The Hydropolis building itself is a historical pure water tank whose history goes back more than 100 years. Here you can learn not only about the different functions of water, but also about the history of Wrocław and its water supply system.
Innovative Polish Museums Gallery & Museum
EUROPE MAGAZINE / SEPTEMBER 2021
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