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„Pradzieje Ziem Polskich” (Prehistory of Polish Lands): permanent exhibition at State Archaeological Museum
, 09:00 am - 4:00 pm (Mon – Fri: 9 am – 4 pm, Sat closed, Sun: 10 am – 4 pm)
Państwowe Muzeum Archeologiczne, ul. Długa 52 (Arsenał) (map)
pln 5 - 12

The Museum's largest exhibition presents the oldest history of men living on the Polish lands from the beginning of settlement to the early reign of Bolesław III Wrymouth. Numerous monuments, reconstructions, models and illustrations show very clearly the process of changes that occurred in various fields of human life in subsequent Eras: Stone, Bronze and Iron. Thanks to this, the exhibition is dedicated to both small children, who enter the Museum for the first time, pupils of primary and secondary schools, as well as adults.

The reconstruction of the Ice Age man hut, built with the use of original mammoth bones is particularly attractive for children, as well as the dioramas presenting among others an encampment of reindeer hunters, life of Neolithic farmers, or residents of a Slavic fortified settlement.

Older and more demanding visitors will appreciate for example unique artefacts from a grave of a hunter from Janisławice dating back 6500 years with distinctive necklace made of aurochs teeth, treasures of bronze objects of Trzciniec culture with spectacular tiara from Dratów, or finely crafted silver ornaments from the period of Roman influences and from the early Middle Ages. Moreover, at the exhibition one may see the oldest in the Polish territories agricultural tools, the oldest pottery, as well as first bronze and iron objects.

The exhibition is displayed on the ground floor and is accessible to disabled persons, also for wheelchair users.

Source: organiser