Interactive Apple Museum Poland to open in Warsaw this fall

An interactive Apple Museum Poland will open this fall at the revitalized Norblin Factory complex in Warsaw, per a new announcement.

The 320 square meter museum will reportedly hold “the most complete and the largest collection in the world presenting computers, laptops, accessories, telephones, software, peripherals, multimedia carriers with unique Apple materials, posters and commemorative gadgets.” Approximately 1,500 exhibits related to the development and evolution of Apple products.

Until now, the museum was temporarily housed in the town of Piaseczno. However, due to the scale of the collection, Jacek Łupina, owner of the Apple Museum Poland, says he was looking for a new location to host an exhibition “that would guide visitors through the timeline, presenting all Apple products and stages of development in a chronological order.”

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