The General Ryszard Kukliński Museum is unique in displaying the General’s unprecedented contribution to world peace. He is a Polish and American hero and the first Polish NATO officer.
Kukliński sacrificed his life and his family life in order to fight a lonely battle against the Soviet occupier. He helped prevent the whole world from being engulfed in World War III by gaining 81 top-secret plans, concerning the USSR war plans for an attack on Western Europe.
The Museum was founded in 2006 by historian Józef Szaniawski, who was a close friend and proxy of General Kukliński. Not only does it display the Polish contribution to the United States’ victory over the communist regime, but it also promotes the Polish Army tradition and defences in the 21 st century within the confines of NATO.
The Museum wants particularly to educate the younger generations about this important person and time in Poland’s history.
You are very welcome to visit the Museum!
Kanonia 20/22 Street, Warsaw, Poland Free entry!
Contact: +48 661 125 196 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are open on:
Wednsdays and Fridays from 3 PM to 6 PM
and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 3 PM