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Narodowe Muzeum Morskie w Gdańsku

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60 lat Narodowego Muzeum Morskiego w Gdańsku

The National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk - closure of our branches

We would like to kindly inform you that due to the coronavirus pandemic, on October 19, 2020, all branches of the National Maritime Museum will be closed to visitors.

Conference room

Conference room in the historical complex of Granaries at Ołowianka IslandWe recommend you a modern conference room situated in the historical complex of Granaries at Ołowianka Island where National Maritime Museum houses the main exhibitions and collections. It is a marvelous place for your seminar, workshop or event.

The conference room is separated from exhibition areas, fully equipped. It includes seating and tables that may be rearranged to suit your needs, from small meeting to conference that will hold up to 170 people. The room has a foyer overlooking stunning monuments of the Gdańsk Old Town. It can be used for refreshment breaks, where coffee and lunch are served or to showcase small exhibitions.

The technical service of conferences is provided by the Museum staff.

Equipment of the conference room:

Multimedia projector BenQ
PB 9200
1 piece
Sound system Standard
Lighting Standard
Cordless microphone (amount) 4
The size of the screen is 3,64 m x 3,66 m
Rostrum 1
Flipchart 1
Stage Length: 5,80 m, width: 2,50 m, height: 50 cm

Prices (cost per hour):
Room with sound system, audiovisual equipment with technical service from 8 am to 4 pm - 250 PLN
Room with sound system, audiovisual equipment with technical service after 4 pm - 400 PLN

The price also includes foyer hire.

Check out room availability by phone +48 58 301 97 49 or by email



Dofinansowano ze środków
Programu Wieloletniego Kultura+