Museum of Józef Piłsudski in Sulejówek

Venue category: Unique venue

Piłsudskiego 29
05-070, Sulejówek
Tel. +48 (22) 778 80 88

Exhibition space: 2100 m2

Distance from the airport: 30 km
Distance to the city centre: 21 km

The Museum is running science, education, and social schemes seeking to portrait Marshal Józef Piłsudski and his legacy. The museum complex comprises two parts: a modern, mostly underground, building and a house of the Piłsudski family, surrounded by a garden. The museum houses an award-winning permanent exhibition titled „For the Republic of Poland. Józef Piłsudski 1867–1935“ and the Marshal’s most important personal effect, which is Milusin, a redeveloped mansion. The museum‘s pieces are complementary although could be visited in any order. As told at the permanent exhibition through an array of contemporary means, the story of Józef Piłsudski begins well before the future Marshal was born and continues until now to traces the hero’s life, career, and his legacy. A visit to Milusin resembles one to a friend’s house. The manor leaves visitors with the feeling of the home, where Józef and Aleksandra alongside their two daughters, Wanda and Jadwiga, enjoyed a family life a hundred years ago. In 1923–1926, at the time when the Marshal did not hold any public positions, the Piłsudski family lived a happy life in Sulejówek near Warsaw.

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Available rooms and settings:

NameArea [m2]Max. number
of person
Shape (number of seats)






Sala Paderewskiego 418 300 200 200
Salonik 160 100 100 80
Kino 100 70 30 70 70
Sala Tokio (poziom -3) 254 150 40 130 100
Sala Gdynia 71 40 15 15 15 15
Sala Łódź 71 40 18 20 20 24
Sala Zułów 71 40 18 20 20 24