[closed] Archaeological Museum

  ul. Mariacka 25/26, Gdańsk ,   Old Town          (+48) 58 322 21 00     24 Nov 2022
It might seem strange to find a large archaeological exhibit on the Sudan in the heart of Gdansk, faux tribal huts and all, but go with it. The next floors cover the history of the area, complete with exhumed skeletons, an ancient canoe and plenty of interesting jewellery that has been liberated from the ground. More interesting than the Ice Age weaponry, Stone Age drawings and amber displays are the models of the city in the past and the detritus collected after Gdansk was shattered in World War II. With the opening of more and more modern and visitor-friendly museums in recent years this is both an academic way to spend an hour of your afternoon and a chance to see what all Polish museums were once like.

The permanent exhibitions are as follows:
Pradzieje Pomorza Gdańskiego
Prehistory of Gdańsk Pomerania
Z bursztynem przez tysiąclecia With Amber for Millennia
Schorzenia ludności prahistorycznej na ziemiach polskich Diseases of Prehistoric Population in Poland
1000 lat Gdańska w świetle wykopalisk 1000 years of Gdańsk in the Light of Excavations
Tajemnice Doliny Nilu. Sudan. Archeologia i Etnografia Secrets of the Nile Valley. Sudan. Archaeology & Ethnography 

Average visiting time: 1hr.


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Open 10:00-17:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 8/6zł. Sat free for permanent exhibition.


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