Fryderyk Chopin Museum
Fryderyk Chopin is a very important person to Poles, especially in Warsaw. It was here that he spent the first 20 years of his life, where he discovered music, where he gave his first concerts as a child… So naturally there are many places around the city connected with his life. The Fryderyk Chopin Museum, holding the world’s largest collection of his memorabilia, is the most important one. Discover interactive displays filled with the manuscripts, books, correspondence and documents of this great composer, while relishing his music.
Free admission: Sundays
ul. Tamka 43
To find out more about the Museum click here.
Every day at 7pm, this is the time when you can listen to Chopin’s music live while in Warsaw. You can enjoy a concert in a place where Chopin did actually play – a cozy and romantic salon of the kind that he loved to perform in. We do host exceptionally good piano artists every evening. Visit Chopin Point, not only to listen to composer’s music, but also to try Chopin–inspired menu.
Time for Chopin
We invite you to exceptional concerts of Chopin that are held by outstanding Polish pianists in the charming district of the Warsaw Old Town. Solo concerts take place daily in old gallery ZPAF (Association od Polish Art Photographers) accompanied by a photo exhibition of outstanding artists photographers from Poland and abroad. In a break we offer our guests a traditional Polish mead or a cold pressed juice of Polish apples. Concerts take place daily and always begin at 6 pm.
For more go to: https://timeforchopin.eu/en/