The Grand Theatre in Warsaw (Polish: Teatr Wielki w Warszawie), is a theatre complex and opera company located on historic Theatre Square in Warsaw, Poland.
The theatre was inaugurated on February 24, 1833, with a production of Rossini's The Barber of Seville.
After the building's bombing and near-complete destruction in World War II, the theatre was rebuilt, and the building reopened on November 19, 1965, after having been closed for over twenty years.
Located in the beautiful XVIIth century Ostrogski Palace, the Chopin Museum features a large collection of exhibits connected with Chopin's life, including letters, paintings, instruments and many others...
The Warsaw Rising Museum (Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego) is a museum dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. It is dedicated to all facets of the Warsaw Uprising. It features replicas of planes and cars from World War II, photographs, inteactive displays with footage and video any many more. Audioguied in 18 languages.