→ National Maritime Museum kindly informs that the Granaries on Ołowianka Island and the museum ship "Sołdek" will be closed on December 3rd, 2021
→ The Crane remains closed to visitors due to renovations
→ Museum ship "Dar Pomorza" is closed from 2.11.2021 due to the winter season
→ Restrictions and limitations inside the branches of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk - read


The three-masted sailing ship built in 1909, served in the Polish Merchant Navy from the 1930s to the 1980s as a training ship for the students at the Maritime School in Gdynia (now: Gdynia Maritime University). At present, the museum-ship, mooring at the Pomorskie Quay in Gdynia, is one of the most important treasures of the Polish maritime heritage from the previous century. The impressive sailing ship silhouette is a landmark in the urban landscape in Gdynia, whereas the entrance to the main deck and inside the ship allows people to learn the living and working conditions of the Polish sailors and officers up close. In the historic space, such as the commander’s room, mess, hospital, wheelhouse or engine room, there are preserved artefacts documenting the ship’s and crews’ history, and a special place is arranged as the famous writer’s cabin, dedicated to Deep Sea Captain Karol Olgierd Borchardt.

Opening hours

“Dar Pomorza” closed to visitors
(valid until 31.12.2021)

For “Dar Pomorza” the last tickets are sold 30 minutes before closing.

Opening hours in other time periods
Museum closures (2021)


Regular – 17 PLN
Discount – 10 PLN
Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children) – 45 PLN

Group supervisor or guide (1 person per 10 participants) – 1 PLN

Guided tour

Booking in advance: zwiedzanie.dar.pomorza@nmm.pl
Polish language (15 or less people) – 30 PLN
English language (15 or less people) – 40 PLN

Practical information

Statek-muzeum “Dar Pomorza”
Al. Jana Pawła II
81-345 Gdynia

Zbigniew Nadolski – Captain
Arleta Gałązka – curator – e-mail: a.galazka@nmm.pl

+48 58 620 23 71, +48 697 607 166

Group tour booking booking in advance:
For registering organized groups or making reservations for a tour with a museum guide, please email: zwiedzanie.dar.pomorza@nmm.pl. Registered groups will be given priority to enter the ship at the given time. Groups may have up to 15 people and will be admitted every 10 minutes.

Organization of events:
+48 58 301 97 49, marketing@nmm.pl

+48 58 620 24 77


Getting to the museum ship “Dar Pomorza”

  • You can get there using buses and trolleybuses going to the Plac Kościuszki stop – InfoBox (i.e. from Orłowo, Dąbrowa, Karwin and Sopot) – see ZKM website, more detailed route on Google Maps (850 m, 10 minutes)
    or the Centrum Handlowe Batory stop (i.e. from Grabówek, Chylonia, Cisowa) – see ZKM website, more detailed route on Google maps Google Maps (900 m, 11 minutes)
    or the last stop, Plac Kaszubski (i.e. from Pogórze, Obłuża, Oksywie and towns: Rumia, Rewa, Pogórze, Mosty, Suchy Dwor) – more detailed route on Google Maps (1200 m, 14 minutes)
  • If you chose SKM train: leave at Gdynia Główna station, from there, on foot, head to the ship – museum “Dar Pomorza” – more detailed route on Google Maps (1600 m, 20 minutes)
  • If you travel from the water bus berth – see ZKM website, more detailed route on Google Maps (210 m, 2 minutes)
  • If you travel by car: follow the 10 lutego street, then the Skwer Kościuszki and Aleja Jana Pawła II streets – more detailed route on Google Maps

Parking spaces

  • Parking spaces for bicycles: more detailed route on Google Maps (40 m, 1 minute)
  • Parking spaces for passenger cars free of charge only on Saturdays and Sundays: along the Aleja Jana Pawła II street
  • Toll parking for passenger cars: near the Gdynia Aquarium – more detailed route on Google Maps (300 m, 4 minutes), Multikino parking – more detailed route on Google Maps (500 m, 6 minutes), parking by the Waszyngton street – more detailed route on Google Maps (650 m, 8 minutes), next to Marina Gdynia – more detailed route on mapach Google (280 m, 3 minutes), along the Aleja Jana Pawła II (parking meters)
  • Toll parking for coaches: parking by the Waszyngtona street – more detailed route on Google Maps (650 m, 8 minutes)
  • The possibility to stop the coach near the museum to let the passengers out

About the tour

  • Exhibitions on 4 levels of the ship
  • Average tour duration: 40 minutes
  • The maximum number of persons allowed on the museum ship “Dar Pomorza” – 30
  • All visitors must cover their mouth and nose using a mask

Information for people with disabilities

  • Assistance for persons with reduced mobility or wheelchair users with entering the gangway is possible

Taking pictures of the exhibitions

  • Only taking pictures and amateur videos (without flash and tripod) for personal use is permitted. Professional photography and filming require the permission of the Director of the Museum

Foreign languages at the exhibitions

  • Captions in Polish and English

Additional information

  • Gift and book shop
  • No cloakroom
  • No toilets

Permanent exhibition