Muzeum Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie

Warsaw, Poland
3.9 / 7
Museum dedicated to the research and life of the famous female physicist Maria Skłodowska-Curie. Thanks to her research, the table of chemical elements was replenished with two new elements - polonium and radium. The name "polonium" was given to the substance in honor of the scientist’s homeland - Poland. Maria was twice awarded the Nobel Prize. The museum was organized in 1967 by the efforts of her daughter Eva Curie.
Muzeum Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie
Address:Freta 16, Warszawa
Phone:+48 22 831 80 92
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 09:00–16:30 wednesday: 09:00–16:30 thursday: 09:00–16:30 friday: 09:00–16:30 saturday: 09:00–16:30 sunday: 09:00–16:30

Jibran Kahn

Learn everything about Marie Curie , the scientist. It is free on Tuesdays.


A bit small But a great approach and decent information about the Curies

Tereza Kordová

It's closed to 30th August and no information on the internet... :( Useless journey.


It could better represent the life of the greatest woman in science. The museum is quite old and exhibits are not at all interactive. Given the import.. Read more »

Juan C. Correa

This museum is located in a house that is close to the Old Town of Warsaw. It is small, and you could enjoy it in less than two hours. If you apprecia.. Read more »

Hugo Rocha

The museum tells us about life and work of this important scientist. Have to go! The souvenir store has many options for gifts with affordable prices.

Mustafa Y.

Although it is relatively a small one, it is worth going there. We ended up going there in Tuesday and guess what, it is free on every Tuesday. The bu.. Read more »

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