National Maritime Museum - Main Branch

  ul. Ołowianka 9-13, Gdańsk ,   Old Town          (+48) 58 301 86 11     05 Nov 2020
If you only have time to visit one of the four branches of Gdańsk's Maritime Museum, make it this one - the main branch and most comprehensive of the lot, located inside three Renaissance granaries across the river from the Crane. A complete history of Poland's nautical history is represented on several floors and includes old cannons, huge oil paintings, harpoon guns, a hall dedicated to underwater archaeology, shipbuilders' hard hats from the Lenin Shipyard, a few pieces of modern art and an extensive collection of model ships. Information is available in English.

NOTE on Ticket Prices:
The museum's interactive exhibition Ludzie-Statki-Porty (ENG: People-Ships-Ports) is available for 12 zł / 8 zł. 

A regular ticket for the Granaries costs 12/8zł and is free on Wednesdays.

Keep in mind that combined tickets are available for the museum-owned granaries, Sołdek ship museum, the Crane and the Maritime Cultural Centre including the interactive exhibition for 30 zł / 20 zł. However, if you do not want to include the interactive exhibition in your ticket, it will be 25 zł / 16 zł.

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Price/Additional Info

Admission 12/8zł. Wed free for permanent exhibition.

Events at this venue

Feb 10 - May 31 2021
Puck, 10 February 1920: An Eyewitness Account


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Torsten Wikström
Karlskrona Sweden
Dear Sirs, If a group of 10 Swedish gentlemen on the 4th of September at1PM would like to visit the main part of the museum, is it possible to get a guided tour in English and what would the price be? Respectfully Yours Torsten Wikström, Sparrensgatan 11c, S37131 Karlskrona Sweden.
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