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Władysława Rogińska, A fishing port, 1951

The Rogińskis by the Baltic Sea – a new temporary exhibition in the Granaries on Ołowianka Island

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 19.05.2016

The fact that a bond of marriage which unites two artists may have an inspirational influence on their artistic work has been proven by such couples as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera as well as Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel. The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk is pleased to invite its visitors to the exhibition of works created by an artistic couple of Władysława Rogińska and Bolesław Rogiński.


The Fisheries Museum in Hel - open again!

The Fisheries Museum in Hel - open again!

Category: News

Published: 01.04.2016

The official opening of the Fisheries Museum in Hel will be held on 4 April 2016, upon completion of major renovation of the Museum and modernization of the Branch, as well as carrying out of a new arrangement of the permanent exhibition. On 5 April, Hel branch of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk will be opened to visitors after the period of three years.


The Fisheries Museum in Hel - open again!

The Fisheries Museum in Hel - open again!

Category: Projects -> MKiDN Projects

Published: 01.04.2016

The official opening of the Fisheries Museum in Hel will be held on 4 April 2016, upon completion of major renovation of the Museum and modernization of the Branch, as well as carrying out of a new arrangement of the permanent exhibition. On 5 April, Hel branch of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk will be opened to visitors after the period of three years.


Włodzimierz Szpinger, Where Okeanos lives, triptych (middle)

Where Okeanos lives – painting of Włodzimierz Szpinger

Category: News

Published: 03.03.2016

If Hieronymus Bosch had been a diver, he would probably have painted like Włodzimierz Szpinger, this is what connoisseurs of the artist's works claim. A clean palette of intense colours, a strong sense of humour and unusual inhabitants of a mystical underwater world. We are delighted to invite you to a vernissage of the artist, who was granted with a passport to the underwater world by Okeanos himself.


Włodzimierz Szpinger, Where Okeanos lives, triptych (middle)

Where Okeanos lives – painting of Włodzimierz Szpinger

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 03.03.2016

If Hieronymus Bosch had been a diver, he would probably have painted like Włodzimierz Szpinger, this is what connoisseurs of the artist's works claim. A clean palette of intense colours, a strong sense of humour and unusual inhabitants of a mystical underwater world. We are delighted to invite you to a vernissage of the artist, who was granted with a passport to the underwater world by Okeanos himself.


Valkyrie II, West & Son, Museum of History of Photography in Krakow

Yachts straight from Krakow

Category: News

Published: 23.02.2016

In the 19th century, yachting was a sport and a form of entertainment of the elite. Representatives of the aristocracy and high finance of that time were eager to invest in more and more modern vessels. Sailing was not only a hobby but it was also viewed as an opportunity to emphasize one's social status. The 19th century was also marked by the beginnings in the development of photography. A new device was invented for recording of the continuously changing reality, for presenting of events and displaying new trends, including yachting.


Valkyrie II, West & Son, Museum of History of Photography in Krakow

Yachts straight from Krakow

Category: Visit us -> Current exhibitions

Published: 23.02.2016

In the 19th century, yachting was a sport and a form of entertainment of the elite. Representatives of the aristocracy and high finance of that time were eager to invest in more and more modern vessels. Sailing was not only a hobby but it was also viewed as an opportunity to emphasize one's social status. The 19th century was also marked by the beginnings in the development of photography. A new device was invented for recording of the continuously changing reality, for presenting of events and displaying new trends, including yachting.


What does the model of "The Sacrifice of Abraham" conceal?

What does the model of "The Sacrifice of Abraham" conceal?

Category: News

Published: 12.02.2016

A scale model of a 17th century shipyard, the most valuable models of historic ships, original shipbuilding tools recovered from shipwrecks, 17th century paintings – these are some of the most important elements of a new permanent exhibition organized at the National Maritime Museum, displaying development of the European shipbuilding – from the 16th to 18th centuries.


A record-breaking canoe in the NMM collection

A record-breaking canoe in the NMM collection

Category: News

Published: 01.12.2015

The New York Times Magazine claims that sailing the Amazon River unaided is similar to setting a foot on the Moon. So far, considerably more people have been on the Moon comparing to those who have conquered the Amazon. And no one has done it before in a canoe.


Shipwreck Conservation Centre – one year later

Shipwreck Conservation Centre – one year later

Category: News

Published: 12.11.2015

A year ago, on 24th November, a cornerstone laying ceremony was held for the new investment – the Shipwreck Conservation Centre with Studio Warehouse in Tczew. The new object is planned to be opened in the spring of 2016, final finishing works are currently being conducted along with development works around the building of the Centre.


Boat and Ship Archaeology conference

“Boat and Ship Archaeology” conference

Category: News

Published: 22.07.2015

The 14thInternational Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology (ISBSA) will be held from 21st to 25th September 2015 in the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk (NMM). Organized every three years, the conference is one of the most prestigious academic events, dedicated to maritime and underwater archaeologists.


Boat and Ship Archaeology conference

“Boat and Ship Archaeology” conference

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 22.07.2015

The 14thInternational Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology (ISBSA) will be held from 21st to 25th September 2015 in the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk (NMM). Organized every three years, the conference is one of the most prestigious academic events, dedicated to maritime and underwater archaeologists.


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