Ethnographic Museum

Technically the 'Ethnographic Department of the National Museum in Gdańsk,' this charming collection located in the 18th-century Abbatial Granary inside Oliwa Park, showcases all manner of folk artifacts related to the basic activities of various ethnic groups inhabiting Eastern Pomerania, and is considered to be one of the best collections of its kind in Poland. Across three floors, the exhibits cover the mid-19th century to late 20th century and include a wide range of traditional handmade farming and fishing tools, wood carvings, paintings, furniture and other oddities. Their current exhibition is admission free until September 1st, 2024, which includes to their Tuesday documentary screenings at 18:00. Unfortunately, due to the building's age and heritage status, the Ethnographic Museum has no facilities for people with disabilities. Behind the museum is a community space that hosts the Letni Jarmark Etnograficzny (Summer Ethnographic Fair) between 10:00 and 16:00 from May to September. Also highly recommended!

Average visiting time: 1hr.


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free tickets

Events at this venue

Oct 26 - Sep 9 2024
Shelter: wellbeing


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