General Information

The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk is the largest of its kind in Poland, documenting and popularizing Poland’s maritime traditions as well as the evolution of her present-day maritime policies, economics, technology and culture.

The Museum was established on 1 October 1960. The Society of Friends of the Polish Maritime Museum is based at the Museum.

Opening Hours:

Tuesday through Sunday
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays and legal holidays
July & August
every day 10:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Admissions:
Single ticket for visiting one branch
Adults 4 zł. (=ca 1 euro)
Children & Students 2,50 zł-
Children 5 and under free

Pass card (valid for all the branches plus ferry route)
Adults 10 zł.
Children & Students 6 zł-

Ferry
1,50 zł- one way
3,00 zł- round trip

"Naval Arsenal" in the Granaries on Ołowianka Island.Bronze cannons recovered from the wreck of the Swedish warship "Solen" which sank in the battle of Oliwa (1627)

Guided tour:
in English 15 zł-

Address:
Centralne Muzeum Morskie
ul. O
łowianka 9-13
80-751 Gdańsk

Tel: (48-58) 320 33 58
301 53 11
Fax: (48-58) 301 84 53
E-mail cmm@use.pl