The “Free November” museums’ initiative allows the public to see many of Poland’s historical residences and castles. This year, due to the pandemic, they have become much harder to reach, but fortunately, you can still experience these exhibits online.
Polish history was played out in these rooms and now you can get to know them without even leaving home. One such place is the Warsaw Royal Castle. You can view this and some museums free of charge as part of a long-standing initiative. But now it has moved into the virtual world.
You can peep through the keyhole at many otherwise hidden places you could not even see in the main exhibitions. The Royal Łazienki gardens, for instance, holds lessons for schools, webinars, and virtual walks. These are just part of the attractions on offer.
Afterwards, you can “travel” to Sandomierz, eastern Poland, and walk through the chambers of the royal castle. Then, on to the mighty Teutonic Knights of the Malbork castle. All within reach of a click.