Entry to the National Ethnographic Museum’s Library is located on Mazowiecka Street 13.
LibraryThe Library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m to 3 p.m.
The National Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw’s Library is an academic institution. Specialist, rich collection of 30,000 volumes includes Polish and foreign publications on ethnology, ethnography, cultural anthropology, museum studies, and related subjects.
The library collects non-serial publications (including antique books from the 17th and 18th centuries and 19th century prints), serial publications (including those from the 19th century), cartographic materials, and assorted publications: brochures, exhibition programmes, guides for ethnographic exhibitions from all over the world.
Thanks to effective cooperation with various cultural institutions our library regularly receives dozens of magazines from, for example, Japan, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, the UK, as well as a lot of non-serial publications.
The Museum Library is where the museum staff researches collections and objects. Visitors can access the library on site, in a reading room available for everyone.
The Library offers access to catalogues (card and digital using Mateusz Library System).
The reading room also provides Wi-Fi Internet access.
The Library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m to 3 p.m.
Entry to the National Ethnographic Museum’s Library is located in Mazowiecka 13.
22 827 76 41 ext. 270 (during the library’s working hours)