→ 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

GRANARIES ON OŁOWIANKA ISLAND

The main exhibition visiting route in the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk leads through the interior of three historic granaries. Visitors can see the abundance of treasures related to the history of shipping, boatbuilding, shipbuilding and sea battles in the Polish waters from medieval times to the 20th century. The exhibition narrative refers to the archaeological discoveries from the shipwrecks lying on the seabed, detailed layouts of shipyards and ports and the remembrance of remarkable figures associated with the sea. It also includes a large collection of the models of sailing ships, warships and commercial vessels, including ‘Vasa’, MS ‘Batory’ and ORP ‘Orzeł’. The exhibition is crowned with Maritime Gallery – the only one in Poland, so rich and diverse maritime painting exhibition with the 17th and 18th century paintings by the Dutch and Flemish painters, and paintings by artists such as Iwan Ajwazowski, Wojciech Weiss, Ferdynand Ruszczyc and Marian Mokwa.

Opening hours

Tuesday, Thursday – Sunday 10:00-16:00
Wednesday 13:00-16:00
(valid until 16.01.2022)

National Maritime Museum kindly informs that the Granaries on Ołowianka Island and the museum ship “Sołdek” will be closed on December 3rd, 2021

In the Granaries the last tickets are sold 60 minutes before museum closing.

Opening hours in other time periods
Museum closures (2021)

Ferry “Motława” travels between the Crane and the Granaries (from Tuesday to Sunday) every 15 minutes (except the course at 12.45). First course at 10.00 (Wednesday 13.00), last at 16.00.

Museum pass

Granaries, museum ship “Sołdek”, Maritime Culture Centre (except the interactive room) + ferry
Regular – 28 PLN
Discount – 18 PLN

Granaries, museum ship “Sołdek”, Maritime Culture Centre (including the interactive room) + ferry
Regular – 32 PLN
Discount – 22 PLN

Family museum pass (2 adults + 3 children): Granaries, museum ship “Sołdek”, Maritime Culture Centre (except the interactive room) + ferry – 60 PLN

Family museum pass (2 adults + 3 children): Granaries, museum ship “Sołdek”, Maritime Culture Centre (including the interactive room) + ferry – 70 PLN

Tickets

Regular – 12 PLN
Discount – 8 PLN
Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children) – 35 PLN

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

Wednesday – free entrance for the permanent exhibition (excluding the 3rd floor). That day the ticket prices for Maritime Gallery and current exhibition are: regular – 8 PLN, discount – 6 PLN.

Ferry “Motława”
One way ticket – 3 PLN

Guided tour

Booking in advance: edukacja@nmm.pl
Polish language (15 or less people) – 20 PLN
English or Russian language (15 or less people) – 30 PLN

Practical information

Address:
Narodowe Muzeum Morskie
ul. Ołowianka 9-13
80-751 Gdańsk

Phone:
Call center: +48 58 301 86 11, +48 58 301 86 12, +48 58 301 26 47, +48 58 301 57 51, +48 58 301 65 18
Secretariat: +48 58 320 33 58

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

Fax:
+48 58 301 84 53

E-mail:
sekretariat@nmm.pl

Getting to the Granaries

  • You can get there using buses and trams going to the Akademia Muzyczna stop – see ZTM website, more detailed route on Google Maps (900 m, 11 minutes)
  • If you chose SKM train: leave at the Gdańsk Główny station, from there head to the Crane and the Maritime Culture Centre – more detailed route on Google Maps (1200 m, 15 minutes) or by the footbridge to Ołowianka Island – more detailed route on Google Maps (1900 m, 23 minutes); if you travel by bus – line 100 stops directly in front of the Maritime Culture Centre – see ee ZTM website, then take ferry “Motława” to the marina next to the Granaries
  • If you travel by car: get to the road junction (the intersection of the streets: Długie Ogrody, Siennicka, Elbląska and Podwale Przedmiejskie, near Brama Żuławska and speedway stadium) – drive the Długie Ogrody street, then right through Szafarnia street along Nowa Motława river, turn left over Most Kamieniarski towards Ołowianka street – more detailed route on Google Maps.

Parking spaces

  • 10 parking spaces for bikes: by the entrance to the Museum
  • No free parking space for cars and coaches. At the Museum only paid parking places.

About the tour

  • Exhibitions on 4 floors
  • Average tour duration: 2 hours
  • The maximum number of persons allowed in the Granaries on Ołowianka Island – 186
  • All visitors must cover their mouth and nose using a mask

Information for people with disabilities

  • Exhibitions accessible for wheelchair users (with the exception of the ground floor)
  • A lift adapted for persons with reduced mobility and visually impaired
  • Toilets for wheelchair users (ground floor)

Taking pictures of the exhibitions

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

Foreign languages at the exhibitions

  • Captions in Polish

Additional information

  • Gift and book shop
  • Free lockers in the hall
  • Toilets in the hall next to the ticket office

Permanent exhibitions

Current exhibitions