If you are into classic and traditional fashion, then we have just the place for you! The Museum of Historical Costume is all set to be inaugurated on March, 29th, 2019 in Poznan, Poland. Therefore, we’ve decided to talk you through everything that you can expect to find at this wonderland of old fashion so you can make the best of the whole experience!

  1. What To Expect

The museum is using the tag line “The fashion repeats itself” in most of their marketing campaigns and posters, and we couldn’t agree more.

It is no secret that fashion from the turn of the 19th century is definitely making a comeback and has been increasingly recognized and appreciated as a symbol of traditional feminist expression in recent times. Therefore, you can expect nothing short of the very epitome of grace and elegance from all the displays.

  1. Exhibits

Several different exhibits are all set to be displayed in the Museum Of Historical Costume; these include a multitude of dresses and formal wear for women along with accessories and underwear. The displays have been modeled and arranged in such a way that everyone can appreciate the hard work and detail that goes into manufacturing these pieces.

While most pieces have been manufactured specifically for the museum, there is also a sizable collection of actual dresses from the beginning of the century. The attention to detail is what causes the displays to stand out and come to life, hence ensuring the utmost authentic and vintage experience for all museum-goers.

  1. What You Can Take Away From The Experience

There is no doubt that you can take away so much from this experience, preferably not the clothes, but much more. This includes detailed knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of the feminine lifestyle, habits, and position in society during that period. The museum aims to educate and engage children, youths and history enthusiasts alike.

  1. Visiting Hours And Tickets

The museum has very flexible hours such that you can easily schedule your visit around during both weekdays and weekends. There are also discounted tickets for little children while children under seven years of age enjoy free entry! Also, the whole family can visit for free on Tuesday, what more could you ask for?


The whole experience is indeed worthwhile and is guaranteed to give you an enjoyable, exciting time along with some insight into the past and everything that it holds!