There were games, jigsaw puzzles, historical costumes tailoring workshops, training in military coding, avatars of well-known people of the past, re-enactment of scenes from the Greater Poland and Warsaw Uprisings, or competing on a shooting range. There were comic books, exhibits, archival gems. There was also be a concert of the Warsaw Uprising songs , true icing on the cake, because our guests had the opportunity to rub shoulders with real insurgents among the audience.
The bulk of it is for children and teens, but their parents also plenty to do.
Opening the two-day event, the IPN Deputy President Mateusz Szpytma said:
"This is the first time so many of us are meeting in one place. Never before has full educational portfolio of the IPN been presented . . . and all visitors here will get an opportunity to look into what we are offering."