The Geological Museum of the Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute in Warsaw has been around for 100 years. It is located in a historic building built in 1925–1930. It is the only geological museum in Poland in which visitors can see a complete collection of rocks, reflecting the geological structure of our country. The skeletons of animals from the Ice Age also make a big impression: mammoth, rhinoceros and woolly bear.
The Museum has eight themed permanent exhibitions: Matter of the Earth, The history of Poland written in stone, Polish mineral resources, Petrified World, Magmatism, Sedimentation and diagenesis, Metamorphism, Polish Geological Institute 1919–1999.