It is located in the classicist building of the town hall in Sochaczew from the 1830s. During the September Campaign of 1939, the town hall housed the city defense command post. The seat of the museum has been located in the town hall building since 1977. It presents exhibits from the times of World War II, including: small arms, equipment, documents, photos, uniforms and equipment of soldiers of the Polish Army
The main part of the exhibition is small arms, equipment, equipment, uniforms, photos and documents of Polish Army soldiers fighting in the Battle of the Bzura River in 1939.
“On the Bzura without changes” is the only permanent exhibition in Poland about the positional battles of World War I in Mazovia. Travel back in time and follow the dramatic events from the front.
Three rooms on the ground floor of the building are devoted to the history of our city. There are archaeological monuments excavated during excavations in Sochaczew and the surrounding area.
The archaeological exhibition shows exhibits related to the prehistory and the Middle Ages of the Sochaczew Land.
In the courtyard of the Museum, we present an open-air exhibition of the combat equipment of the Polish Army.
T24/80 tank 75mm WWII artillery WW II artillery The MiG-21 aircraft R version A small armored vehicle