All change! For train stations and factories that are now hotels and museums, and a flour mill serving as a roost for art lovers – and sea birds
A former tram power station in the Wola district of Warsaw now provides a home for the Warsaw Uprising Museum. What could have been a bleak, industrial setting for the history of a city betrayed and crushed during the second world war actually pulses with strength and hope. Clever use of lighting and sound draws you into the exhibits and you will lose yourself in the uplifting stories running through the tragedies.
• Admission £5, 1944.pl