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COVID-19 Information

Restrictions and limitations inside the branches of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk - read

Restrictions and limitations inside the branches of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk

Dear Guests, we kindly inform you that the following measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 are currently observed inside the branches of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk:


  • 2-metre minimum distance between unrelated visitors,
  • hand disinfection,
  • wearing a mask over mouth and nose.

Organized groups of 15 persons maximum are allowed.


Granaries on Ołowianka Island
  • maximum of 270 persons allowed simultaneously.

Museum ship "Sołdek"
  • maximum of 50 persons allowed simultaneously,
  • hand disinfection is required.

Maritime Culture Centre
  • maximum of 90 persons allowed simultaneously on the exhibition floors,
  • maximum of 30 persons allowed inside the “People-Ships-Ports” interactive room per session,
  • the "People-Ships-Ports" interactive room sessions last 45 mins; hand disinfection and wearing protective gloves is required (gloves are provided upon the entrance),
  • some of the devices on the exhibitions: "People-Ships-Ports" and 'Ships. Our Passion" are out of order due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Museum ship "Dar Pomorza" in Gdynia
  • maximum of 50 persons allowed simultaneously,
  • hand disinfection.

Fisheries Museum in Hel
  • maximum of 40 persons allowed simultaneously,
  • interactive devices are out of order due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Vistula Lagoon Museum in Kąty Rybackie
  • maximum of 30 persons allowed simultaneously.

Vistula River Museum in Tczew
  • maximum of 35 persons allowed simultaneously

Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew
  • maximum of 40 persons allowed simultaneously.

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