Since 2017, March 24 has marked the National Day of Remembrance for Poles who rescued Jews under German occupation. It was initiated by the President of the Republic of Poland...Read more
The Casimir Pulaski Museum in Warka will be closed to visitors until April 9, 2021 to ensure the safety of Museum guests and employees, in accordance with the provisions stipulated...Read more
The Casimir Pulaski Museum in Warka will be closed to visitors from March 15 through March 28, 2021 due to the increase in the incidence of Covid-19 cases, and to...Read more
Polish people marked the 276th anniversary of Casimir Pulaski’s birth with flowers laid at the foot to his monument in the Warka park. The ceremony was attended by representatives of...Read more
Due to construction works on Pulaski Street, which leads to our Museum, access to both the Museum and the park has been rendered difficult.
Casimir Pulaski was born 276 years ago, on March 6, 1745. However, researchers erroneously assumed for over two centuries that the brave Continental Army soldier and Bar Confederate had been...Read more