Maritime Culture Centre
The new building in the shadow of Gdańsk’s Crane is the Maritime Culture Centre. Spread over 4 floors, kids will find the interactive displays of interest as they learn about the sea, marine technology and how the two work together. There is a permanent exhibition entitled Boats of the Peoples of the World (Working Boats), which presents scores of small craft from all over the world, including Native American dugout canoes, a fabulous little English coracle and numerous small fishing and trade vessels from the Far East. The third floor currently houses an interesting temporary exhibition telling the stories and displaying the treasures recovered from local shipwrecks and a second call Statki Nasza Pasja (PL: Ships. Our Passion). There are plenty of good English descriptions plus the Cała Naprzód (PL: Full Steam Ahead) on the fourth floor, which offers great photo opportunities of the river from its terrace. There is also a restaurant on this level, which can be used by visitors.
Guided tours for Boats of Peoples of the World lasts 60 minutes, starting at the top of the hour, and can take a maximum number of 50 people per hour. Guided tours for Ships. Our Passion lasts 60 minutes, starting at the top of the hour, and can take a maximum number of 30 people per hour. Booking tickets online or directly at the ticket office.
NOTE on Ticket Prices:
The National Maritime Museum's interactive exhibition Ludzie-Statki-Porty (ENG: People-Ships-Ports) is available 12/8zł.
The Crane museum is currently being renovated, which means they are not available in the combined ticket options.
Ticket prices for the Maritime Culture Centre, museum-owned Granaries, Sołdek ship museum and interactive exhibit: 40/28zł; without the interactive exhibit: 35/25zł, which includes the interactive exhibition.
Facilities for disabled
Price/Additional InfoAdmission to the 'Boats of the Peoples of the World Exhibition' 10/7zł, Wed free for permanent exhibition.
ul. Szeroka 67/68, Gdańsk
'Dar Pomorza' Museum Ship
Al. Jana Pawła II (Nabrzeże Pomorskie), Gdynia
Originally named Prinzess Eitel Friedrich in honour of for Duchess Sophia Charlotte of Oldenburg, wife of Prussia Prince Eitel Friedrich. This three-masted training ship has visited 383 ports and travelled more than 800,000km in her time at sea. Construc
National Maritime Museum - Main Branch
ul. Ołowianka 9-13, Gdańsk
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Motława Passenger Ferry