Engaging in a conversation with multicultural scholars and practitioners, this roundtable will explore how Polish historical, ethnographic, and art museums look from the perspectives of diverse communities of Poles. As museums are important tools for shaping collective memory, we will also consider new possibilities and practices for broadening the historical and cultural imaginaries our national museums present, towards a more inclusive future. In short, we ask: What is the status quo in Polish museums? What are the “curatorial dreams” of Poland’s marginalized communities? What would it take to make them come true?