Ethnographic Museum is one of the oldest ethnographic museums in Poland located in Warsaw at 1 Kredytowa Street. The museum was founded in 1888 and houses over 80,000 objects and about 120,000 archives. The largest permanent gallery is called “Time to celebrate”. The visitors can see here national costumes, festive clothing from Poland and Europe, paintings, sculptures, Christmas decorations and props. The next gallery , "Order of Things", presents tools related to farming, farming, various ways of obtaining food, such as collecting, fishing and beekeeping. The third gallery „Biblia Pauperum” shows the most outstanding works from the museum collection referring to the biblical themes of salvation present in folk art. The last one, Korean Gallery, is a replica of a traditional Korean home - hanok. The museum also organizes temporary exhibitions.