The Sikorski Museum was established at the end of World War II by the exiled Polish community in London who did not wish to return home to a Russian controlled homeland. The exhibition consists of 10,000 military objects, and the Enigma Ciphering Machine which was cracked by Polish mathematicians.
Exhibits are marked in Polish, but for non-Polish speakers there is an English language tour.
Mon-Fri 14:00-16:00, First Sat each month 10.00-16:00
20 Princes Gate
Enquiries and appointments
020 7589 9249