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The museum has some really nice artifacts from early in the last millennia. They also have, like similar museums, progressive displays of uniforms and weaponry. What makes the museum interesting is that its Polish.
The exterior display of tanks, vehicles and aircraft was very well...More
Nice little war museum which is worth a hour of ones time. Good collection of WW2 Polish uniforms, which unusually focussed on the British / Polish campaigns, which can be neglected on this part of the world. Battle of Britain and bomber command uniforms in...More
We specifically went to Kologbzerg to visit this museum and arrived in the afternoon. We were dissapointed that although all the opening times online stated the museum shuts at 4pm one could not visit the main part of the museum in the afternoon !
My nine year old son is obsessed with anything military and so we visited this museum. He wasn't disappointed.
The amount of entry you pay depends on how many of the three separate parts of the museum you want to see (the indoor part with...More
There's a SU-152 assault cannon vehicle one can actually enter.
I recommend the exhibition showing the various uniforms and kits that Polish soldiers wore during WW2. Including original uniforms of 1939, then battles of Norway, Battle of Britain, African campaign, western and eastern fronts, and...More
Second time I have been. First time was 20 years ago. Very nice collection of militaria for such a small town. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Small temporary exhibition of nativity scenes from around the world in Feb. 2016.
Detailed presentation of Polish troops in the whole history. Uniforms, different types of weapons, cannons, lots of memorabilia of soldiers. Well presented tragedies of soldiers but also civilians. You need at least two hours to view the museum. I would highly recommend.
As visitors to Kolobrzeg we were invited for a tour of the museum. We found it was well presented and the diversity of material was great. The presentation material was in Polish and English. Almost anything of military value from local to national interest was...More