The Museum of the History of Medicine of the Medical University of Warsaw invites individuals as well as organized groups to view the university grounds. Visitors, in the company of a museum guide, will have the opportunity to become acquainted in detail with the history of the University and to view the most interesting rooms and commemorative plaques associated with famous physicians.
A walk through the Banach Campus will enable visitors to see, among other things, the Rector’s building (and the Senate Hall), the Library and Information Centre, the Teaching Centre, and the Children’s Clinical Hospital in Warsaw, named after Józef Polikarp Brudziński, as well as the Sports & Rehabilitation Centre.
On request, we can also organize thematic walks related to the history of the Medical University of Warsaw:
– In the shadow of Warsaw’s skyscrapers – the mysterious nooks and crannies of the Lindley Campus
– The history of the Child Jesus Hospital in Warsaw
– The graves of doctors who were academic teachers located in the Old Powązki Cemetery in Warsaw
– The history of the teaching of medicine on Krakowskie Przedmieście Street
Groups (of up to 25 people) are kindly requested to book in advance by telephone (22 116 60 20) or by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). The tour takes about 75 minutes, and includes a visit of the Banach Campus and the temporary exhibition in the Library and Information Centre. Work is currently underway on preparing a permanent exhibition.
Tour details / Terms and conditions
1. The University campus can be visited Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (the last entry is at 3 p.m.). For organized groups, it is possible to book a visit to the Medical University of Warsaw (WUM) outside these hours by making a reservation in advance. Group tours must be pre-booked by calling (22) 116-60-19 or via the e-mail address: email@example.com
2. Tours of the Medical University of Warsaw (WUM) usually take approximately 75 minutes.
3. The museum also offers guided tours in English.
4. Participants of guided tours must be at least 5 years old.
5. The Museum of the History of Medicine reserves the right to omit certain attractions on the route if lectures or a conference are taking place at the same time.
6. If a group is more than 15 minutes late, the Museum of the History of Medicine reserves the right to cancel the tour or to shorten the time of the accompanying guide’s services.