Polish Poster Gallery
The Galeria Grafiki i Plakatu (Polish Poster Gallery), located in the splendid Old Town area of Warsaw, houses what is undoubtedly the finest collection of graphic art and posters in the country - and perhaps even in Eastern Europe. The Polish Poster Gallery was established in 1975, and now proudly exhibits over 5,000 posters and pieces of graphic art, all of which display some facet of Polish culture. Visitors will see theatre, music and cinema posters - as well as the pick of the lot, fantastic Polish Solidarity political posters - designed by greats such as Cieslewicz, Stasys, Gorowski and Sadowski. The posters have an iconic style, and are an interesting way to get to grips with Polish culture. The museum also has a great selection of prints for sale (about 2,000 different designs), and these make for fantastic gifts for friends and family back home.
Address: No. 23 Old Market Square, Warsaw Old Town