Cheers to the New Year!

With warm appreciation for your support, we wish you and your family Peace, Joy, Hope and Good Will throughout the New Year The Polish Museum of America The PMA will be open on December 31, and will reopen on January 3 for tours.

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130th Anniversary of Ignacy Jan Paderewski in Chicago

On Saturday, October 22, 2022, the Polish Museum of America in cooperation with Glessner House, A National Historic Landmark, in Chicago – organized an amiable and very important meeting for lovers of the life and work of Ignacy Jan Paderewski.

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Group Tours

Explore one of the largest and oldest ethnic museums in the United States as a group! Take advantage of tours led by knowledgeable and passionate docents, no matter your group's special interests.

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Summer farming season theme in PMA Painting

Summer and Fall are for harvest, and winter is for resting. Summer farming season theme in PMA Painting.

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Pope John Paul II

May marks a number of momentous events for Pope John Paul II, a remarkable man of courage who bore witness before the church and the world to God's Goodness and Mercy.

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Holocaust Remembrance 2022

January 27 we pay tribute to the Holocaust victims of Nazi Germany in WWII.

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Walk through Chicago’s Polish Downtown

Walk through Chicago’s Polish Downtown with architectural historian, Victoria Granacki.

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VT – Virtual Tour – final

Although the Polish Museum of America is closed due to Covid-19, you can take a virtual tour. We are happy to present the eleventh in a series of virtual tours highlighting the full virtual tour.

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VT – I.J. Paderewski Room

Although the Polish Museum of America is closed due to Covid-19, you can take a virtual tour. We are happy to present the tenth in a series of virtual tours highlighting the I. J. Paderewski Room.

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VT – The Deborah Greenlee Polish Pavilion Room

Although the Polish Museum of America is closed due to Covid-19, you can take a virtual tour. We are happy to present the ninth in a series of virtual tours highlighting the Deborah Greenlee Polish Pavilion Room.

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