Best Hidden Gems That Warsaw, Poland Has to Offer to Tourists

Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw, Poland. Photo by Kamil Gliwiński on Unsplash

It’s pretty easy to be adventurous in Warsaw, Poland. The city is filled with all sorts of hidden gems that you won’t find in the official guidebooks but that are well worth your time. Check them out below.

Pinball Station

Retro gamers and antique enthusiasts probably won’t want to leave Pinball Station once they get here. The establishment calls itself Poland’s first “Interactive Pinball Museum” and is home to more than 150 pinball machines and arcade games. Many of them are restored and in working condition, allowing the visitors to test them out.  

Keret House

Okay, you’ll probably find some tourist guide mentioning Keret House, but this unusual attraction still manages to fly under the radar of many foreign visitors. Designed by architect Jakub Szczęsny, Keret House is considered the world’s narrowest house. The two-floor building is 4.99 feet wide at most but still has a living area, one bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom.

Neon Muzeum

Visiting Warsaw is the perfect opportunity to check out one of the world’s few museums dedicated to neon signs. Neon Muzeum, located in Minsk street, contains signs from different eras in the country’s history, although the majority dates back to the ’60s and ’70s. The permanent collection contains more than 100 signs.