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Narodowe Muzeum Morskie w Gdańsku

Current language

Angielski
The museum complex on the Motława river
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Practical information

Contact details

Address:
Narodowe Muzeum Morskie
ul. Ołowianka 9-13
80-751 Gdańsk

Phone:
Call center: +48 58 301 86 11, +48 58 301 86 12, +48 58 301 26 47, +48 58 301 57 51, +48 58 301 65 18
Secretariat: +48 58 320 33 58

Organization of events:
+48 58 301 97 49, marketing@nmm.pl

Fax:
+48 58 301 84 53

E-mail:
sekretariat@nmm.pl

Opening hours

1.07.2017 - 31.08.2017
Monday - Sunday 10.00-18.00

1.09.2017 - 30.11.2017
Tuesday - Sunday 10.00-16.00

1.12.2017 - 31.12.2017
Tuesday - Sunday 10.00-15.00

In the Granaries the last tickets are sold 45 minutes before museum closing.

Ferry "Motława" travels between the Crane and the Granaries every 15 minutes (from Monday to Sunday, first course at 10:00, last at 18:05).

Museum closures (2017)

Ticket prices

Tickets
Regular - 8 PLN
Discount - 5 PLN
Group supervisor or guide (1 person per 10 participants) - 1 PLN

Wednesday - free entrance for the permanent exhibition. That day the ticket prices for Maritime Gallery and current exhibition are: regular - 5 PLN, discount - 3 PLN

Museum pass
Museum pass valid for 3 branches in Gdańsk: the Granaries, "Sołdek" and Crane and for round trip by ferry
Regular - 18 PLN
Discount - 10 PLN

Ferry "Motława"
One way - 1,50 PLN
Two way - 3 PLN

Guided tour
Booking in advance: edukacja@nmm.pl
Polish language (30 or less people) - 30 PLN
English or Russian language (30 or less people) - 35 PLN

How to get to

Getting to the Granaries

  • You can get there using buses and trams going to the Akademia Muzyczna stop - see ZTM website, more detailed route on Google Maps (900 m, 11 minutes)

  • If you chose SKM train: leave at the Gdańsk Główny station, from there head to the Crane and the Maritime Culture Centre - more detailed route on Google Maps (1200 m, 15 minutes); if you travel by bus - line 100 stops directly in front of the Maritime Culture Centre - see ee ZTM website, then take ferry "Motława" to the marina next to the Granaries

  • If you travel by car: get to the road junction (the intersection of the streets: Długie Ogrody, Siennicka, Elbląska and Podwale Przedmiejskie, near Brama Żuławska and speedway stadium) - drive the Długie Ogrody street, then right through Szafarnia street along Nowa Motława river, turn left over Most Kamieniarski towards Ołowianka street - more detailed route on Google Maps.

Parking spaces

  • 10 parking spaces for bikes: by the entrance to the Museum

  • Free parking spaces for passenger cars: directly by the Museum (43), along the Szafarnia street - more detailed route on Google Maps (100-350 m, 1-4 minutes), near Długie Ogrody street - more detailed route on Google Maps (450-900 m, 6-11 minutes)
  • Toll parking for passenger cars: parking on the premises of the The Polish Baltic Philharmonic (parking meters) - more detailed route on Google Maps (180 m, 2 minutes), parking on the Angielska Grobla street - more detailed route on Google Maps (350 m, 4 minutes),

  • Free parking space for coaches: along the Długie Ogrody street - more detailed route on Google Maps (750 m, 9 minutes)
  • Toll parking for coaches: parking on the premises of the The Polish Baltic Philharmonic (parking meters) - more detailed route on Google Maps (180 m, 2 minutes), parking on the Angielska Grobla street - more detailed route on Google Maps (350 m, 4 minutes),
  • The possibility to stop the coach near the museum to let the passengers out

Practical information

About the tour

  • Exhibitions on 4 floors
  • Average tour duration: 2 hours

Information for people with disabilities

  • Exhibitions accessible for wheelchair users (with the exception of the ground floor)
  • A lift adapted for persons with reduced mobility and visually impaired
  • Toilets for wheelchair users (ground floor)
  • The possibility to experience selected exhibits through touching available for organized groups of visually impaired or blind people under the care of the NMM educator's (upon reservation)

Taking pictures of the exhibitions

  • Only taking pictures and amateur videos (without flash and tripod) for personal use is permitted (with the exception of the Maritime Gallery). Professional photography and filming require the permission of the Director of the Museum

Foreign languages at the exhibitions

  • Captions in Polish
  • Cards with captions in English, German, French and Russian

Additional information

  • Gift and book shop
  • A free cloakroom with lockers (self-service, unguarded)
  • Vending machine (with drinks)
  • Toilets on every floor

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