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The Night of Museums Warsaw. Over 200 branches are open. Not only museums. What about public transport?

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it enjoys great popularity every year. It is a great opportunity to visit museums or other usually inaccessible objects for free, such as the ruins of Babice Radio Station in the Bemowski Forest or the nooks and crannies of the Iluzjon cinema. This year, as many as 200 objects take part in the event in the capital city.

These institutions prepare many attractions, incl. concerts, workshops for adults and children. Last year, due to the pandemic, the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport recommended that this time be spent using museum attractions in a virtual form. This year, the 18th edition will return to its traditional form (although there will also be plenty of virtual attractions) and will take place in the capital on Saturday night, on May 15.

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The Night of Museums Warsaw. Over 200 institutions, not only museums

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The Warsaw authorities announced their plans for this year’s Museum Night during a press conference at the Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe depot at Stalowa Street, which, by the way, will also be available to visit on Saturday. The program will also include attractions for people from Ukraine – 34 institutions have prepared programs for refugees. – With them in mind, an information guide has also been planned in Ukrainian, and 34 institutions have prepared a special program, e.g. guided tours of the Museum of Warsaw in Ukrainian, or night painting at the Museum – announced Vice President Aldona Machnowska-Góra.

– 202 locations throughout Warsaw. A wide range of outdoor events. Special museum lines and extended public transport times. Warsaw is ready for the 18th edition of the Night of Museums –

In addition to museums, the Night of Museums will include, among others, a bus depot at Stalowa Street. A parade and an exhibition of vintage buses are planned, which will be a real treat for vehicle lovers. At Plac Defilad, we will see an interactive installation that will allow participants to see their photos in the form of a well-known painting. In addition, 84 outdoor events are planned, such as open-air concerts, night walks or outdoor exhibitions. It will also still be possible to take part in some events virtually. Such a program is envisaged by 20 institutions, including Wedel factory.

The entire program of events is available and the guide (in Polish and Ukrainian) can be found on the website.

The Night of Museums Warsaw. Public transport

During the night from Saturday to Sunday, vehicles of the Warsaw Public Transport will run longer. “Buses 105, 111, 116, 180, 190, 517 and 527 will run until 2:30. From 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. passengers will take approx. Every 10 minutes, and after 1:00 a.m. – every 15 minutes. There will also be additional routes for the N13, N24, N25 and N32 lines, and many night bus routes will be served by larger than usual cars “- we read on the website.

If you want to take a ride on the historic bus around the city center, you will be able to do so from 7.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. by line A. The N buses are to run from 7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. “The tram lines 2, 4, 9, 24, 26 and 33 will run until 2:30, with the same frequencies as the buses. The ‘historic’ line 36 will be extended until 23:00,” says the town hall.

From At 6.00 p.m. all trams of the first line will go to the Banacha terminus. From 23:00 trams 4, 9 and 26 will run on the shortened routes: 4 Wyścigi – Annopol; 9 P + R Al. Krakowska – Wiatraczna; 26 Wiatraczna – Górczewska Os., And 33 on the elongated one: Metro Młociny – Woronicza.

“Also, trams will have a special line that night – M. They will be served by the newest Warsaw Trams as well as the historic ones. You will be able to meet them between 1.30 pm and 6.00 pm on the route: Narutowicz Square – Grójecka – Jerozolimskie Avenue – bridge Józefa Poniatowskiego – al. Józefa Poniatowskiego – al. Zieleniecka – Targowa – Kijowska – al. Tysiąclecia – Zajezdnia Praga, and from 7.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. on the route: Narutowicza Square – Grójecka – Jerozolimskie Avenue – Józef Poniatowski Bridge – Józefa Poniatowski Avenue – al. Zieleniecka “- we read.

The M1 and M2 metro lines will run every seven and a half minutes until 1:00 am.

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