History Meeting House is open again!

History Meeting House is open again!

We have very good news for you — on 5th February the History Meeting House will be open to the public again! We invite you to our “In focus. Photo reportages from ITD 1960–1990” exhibition! 

“On the way to school”, photo by Jan Michlewski / FORUM

“On the way to school”, photo by Jan Michlewski / FORUM

Due to the epidemic situation and restrictions imposed by the government, the following rules are introduced:

  1. All meetings, workshops and events are organised ONLINE until further notice.

  2. Opening hours of the HMH:
    Tuesday-Friday 3pm–7pm (with a maintenance break from 5pm to 5:30 pm)
    Saturday-Sunday 12noon–7pm (with a maintenance break from 4pm to 4:30 pm)
    During maintenance breaks the HMH will be closed to visitors.

  3. A maximum of 14 people may stay at the HMH at the same time (including customers of the 20th Century Bookshop). 

  4. We kindly ask all our visitors to cover their mouth and nose, disinfect their hands and keep a safe distance from other people.

  5. The bookshop remains open during the HMH opening hours. Books can be touched only in gloves or with disinfected hands. Remember that you can buy all the publications in our online bookshop at 

  6. Karowa 20 Café remains closed until further notice.

The current Visiting Regulations are available >> HERE <<.

PLEASE remember about face masks and disinfecting your hands. We would also like to ask you to leave us you contact details (using the forms available at the Reception desk) — so that we can contact you if this becomes necessary. Let’s take care of each other!