On 7 June 2013 Museum organized another classes on Westerplatte Peninsula as a part of the "Westerplatte - find a key to its history" educational games.
On 24 June an official presentation of the Liberation Route Europe project took place on Plac Inwalidów in Warsaw.
On 20 April 2013 Museum organized a historical happening which referred to sabotage and black propaganda activities carried out by the Polish resistance against Nazi German occupation forces during the Second World War.
Westerplatte, 18 May 2013
On 12 February 2015, in the Warsaw University Gallery in the Kazimierz Palace the „Routes of Liberation. European Legacies of the Second World War” exhibition was opened.
On 14 April 2013 in Łapino (near Gdańsk) Museum organised an outdoor educational project referring to the history of Gdynia in 1945.
On 13 February 2014 the opening ceremony of the exhibition “Routes of Liberation. European Legacies of the Second World War” took place in the European Parliament.
6 May marked the opening of the Museum of the Second World War’s exhibition titled ‘‘45. End of the war in 45 artefacts”. It will available to visitors at the European Solidarity Centre until 15 September 2015.
The building was chosen in an international architectural competition. The results were announced on 1 September 2010
The Museum's Foundation Act was signed on 1 September 2009.
The exhibition prepared by Museum of the Second World War was opened on 1 September 2009.
The educational path on Westerplatte was opened on 17 June 2011.
Westerplatte, 14 May 2011
The first re-enactment took place near Gdynia on 29 January 2012
Westerplatte, 19 May 2012
The ceremony took place on 1 September 2012
The appointment of the members of the Museum Board of Trustees
The re-enactment took place near Gdynia on the 3 February 2013
The design of the exhibition is prepared by Tempora, the Belgian firm that won the contract for the permanent exhibition.
The heart of the Museum is the permanent exhibition of 5,000 m2, which makes it one of the largest historical museum exhibitions on the world.
On 23 January 2017, the permanent exhibition of the Second World War Museum hosted the first visitors
On 28-29 January 2017, the Museum arranged Open Days to enable the residents of the Tri-City and other Polish cities to visit the exhibition and the building itself.
The ‘Time travel’ is a the completed part of the Museum’s permanent exhibition addressed at children below the age of 12.