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All reviewssoho factorysmall museumminute tram ridecity centreworth a visitcool museumcold war eraindustrial buildinginteresting collectionwell worth the effortlife under communismbackground informationwar historycommunist timesgift shopmuseum tellsentrance fee
Set in an unprepossessing and somewhat unlikely location, but still easy to access by tram and with a bit of walking, this museum is not huge but captures a slice of Polish art/urban history in a way you wouldn't expect. It's very much a work-in-progress...More
I personally really loved this museum, it's unusual and special. I understand it could be a bit harder to find for some, but we actually took a tram and walked and had no problems finding it (just look up Soho Factory at Minska Street).
Really enjoyed this museum. Cheap (with student discount) and was fascinating to learn about the history of neon signs in Warsaw, you wouldn’t associate communism with bright neon signs would you? The museum does lots of restoration so it’s a good cause too :)
The idea of this museum, of collecting those signs is great, and the history behind this is also very interesting.
The museum is quiet small, so 1 hour would be more than enough to see it all. I have to admit it was really disappointing...More
It is quite diffucult to find the place the taxi drivers did not know it. It is located in an old factory building. The museum is very small, half a hour and you are done. But very nice neon signs are presented but also the...More
I agree with previous reviews that tell how interesting this museum/gallery is, on a different topic than the usual. Neon signs were promoted by the Communist government during the '60s and '70s. The signs fell into disfavor during the unrest of the 1980's, considered a...More