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Narodowe Muzeum Morskie w Gdańsku

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Angielski
Bitwa morska
The museum complex on the Motława river

Current exhibitions

The Musicians of the world

The Musicians of the world

26.04.2017

The music has accompanied people from the very beginning and sculpture is probably the oldest artwork. The exhibitions shows the wooden sculptures chosen from the collection "The Musicians of the world" which includes about 400 artefacts from most of the world – from Ecuador to Indonesia. The main theme are wooden characters of musicians playing the unusual instruments.


Ships. Our passion

Ships. Our passion

19.06.2015

A virtual shipyard tour and a walk inside a ship, dockage of a platform and fascinating Oculus glasses – these and many other attractions will be available at the "Ships. Our passion" multimedia exhibition, organized by Remontowa Holding S.A. shipbuilding group.


Mothers and Ships - exhibition on Sołdek

"Mothers and Ships" - exhibition on "Sołdek"

12.06.2015

Huge screens with ship christening archive films, whole columns of documentary materials and an interactive stand at which visitors can symbolically 'break' a bottle against a ship's side. All of the above will be presented at the newest exhibition, organized by Klub Matek Chrzestnych Statków Armatorów Wybrzeża Gdańskiego [Ship Godmothers Club of Gdańsk Coast Shipowners' Ships], which is held on "Sołdek" ship-museum.


Maritime School in Tczew 1920-1930

Maritime School in Tczew 1920-1930

30.05.2008

We wish to invite you to our new exhibition entitled Maritime School in Tczew 1920-1930. The Cradle of the Polish Merchant Navy, developed together with the Tradition Hall of the Gdynia Maritime University.


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