After the war it was rebuilt and donated to the Polish Maritime Museum of which it remains a part today. You will be able to view a collection of permanent exhibitions inside including one on port life between the 16th and 18th centuries. In Polish only, displays include models of lighthouses, the old port, life-size recreations of counting houses and old port life in general plus access to the crane's two huge drive-wheels.
Show on map
Open 10:00 - 15:00. Closed Mon.
Last entrance 30 minutes before closing.
|30 Jun 2019 - 2 Sep 2019||Open 10:00 - 18:00.|
|3 Sep 2019 - 30 Nov 2019||Open 10:00 - 16:00. Closed Mon.|
Price/Additional InfoAdmission 8/5zł. Wed free.Tickets available from the Maritime Cultural Centre next door.
Maritime Culture Centre
ul. Tokarska 21-25 (entrance from ul. Długie Pobrzeże), Gdańsk
A new building in the shadow of Gdańsk’s crane is the modern setting for the Central Maritime Museum’s newest exhibition. Spread over 4 floors, kids will find the ‘People - Ships - Ports’ interactive displays of interest as they learn about the sea inclu
National Maritime Museum
ul. Ołowianka 9-13, Gdańsk
The main part of the museum is located inside three Renaissance granaries and if you've only got time to visit one of the three museums this is by far the most comprehensive of the lot. A complete history of Poland's nautical history is represented on se