A modern museum which presents a changing series of temporary exhibitions all related to the short but fascinating history of this relatively young city. See photography collections of early Gdynia shortly after the formation of the Second Polish Republic including the infamous Polish Corridor, watch the accounts of people who lived through both German and Russian occupations, listen to local music of the Communist era and read accounts from an incredibly diverse population that lived here in the early 20th-century. An exhibition space on the 2nd floor often functions as an art gallery and there are always 2 exhibitions running simultaneously for two months at a time. On the top floor is a permanent exhibition 'Gdynia - Dzieło Otwarte' (Eng: Gdynia - An Open Work), which shows the city's history from different perspectives and considers how the past still effects Gdynia today.
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Open 10:00-17:00. Thu 12:00-19:00, Closed Mon.