Phone: 0041 (0)55 210 18 61
1st and 3rd Saturday of the month 2 pm – 5 pm
or after a previous agreement
Accessible for visitors: lending library and reading room.
Antique prints access to only on request.
The Burgdorf tenement, where the library is situated.
Photo by Anna Piotrowska
The main task of the Polish Library is to gather, find and protect books, documents and publications concerning Poland. Apart from the history and culture of Poland, its main topics are the history of the Polish emigration and Swiss – Polish relations. Antique prints, periodicals, photographs, prints, maps, musical and audiovisual documents can be found in the resources of the Library. The documentation of the Polish Museum is also kept in the Library.
The greatest classical works of the Polish literature and their foreign translations are collected in the Library as well as numerous publications on the modern history of Poland. All the collections come exclusively from private donations.
Among the rooms of the library one can find chambers dedicated to Jan Nowak Jeziorański and the Romers’ Parlour.
Daily: 1 pm - 5 pm (April - October)
Weekends: 1 pm - 5 pm (March, November, December)
Closed: Easter Sunday, December 24 th-26 th
January - February (open on request)
THE POLISH MUSEUM
Post office box 1251
Phone: 0041 (0)55 210 1862
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Museum is a Non–Profit Organization.
All donations can be deducted from the tax.