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Narodowe Muzeum Morskie w Gdańsku

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Exhibitions & galleries

Poles on the Seas of the World

Poles on the Seas of the World


This is a historic, cross-section exhibition about Poland’s and Poles' maritime history since the early Middle Ages until contemporary times. The exposition is richly documented with original objects found on the sea bottom during archaeological research under water.

Underwater Archaeology and Diving

Underwater Archaeology and Diving


The exhibition shows diving history and the most interesting archaeological sites in Poland and worldwide. The very first examples of underwater penetration come from 3000 B.C. from ancient Persia, where pearls and mother-of-pearl from the ocean bottom were traded.

Maritime Gallery

Maritime Gallery


The Maritime Gallery is the only exposition of maritime art in Poland which presents such a rich and diverse collection of maritime works of art. It was founded in 2001 and its name refers to the Maritime Gallery established in 1934 in Gdynia by the most famous Polish seascapist Marian Mokwa.