→ 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
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Restrictions and limitations inside the branches of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk

Dear Guests, we kindly inform you that the following measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 are currently observed inside the branches of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk:

  • 2-metre minimum distance between unrelated visitors,
  • hand disinfection,
  • wearing a mask over mouth and nose.

Organized groups of 15 persons maximum are allowed.

Granaries on Ołowianka Island
  • maximum of 186 persons allowed simultaneously.
Museum ship “Sołdek”
  • maximum of 30 persons allowed simultaneously,
  • hand disinfection is required.

Maritime Culture Centre
  • the maximum number of persons allowed in the Maritime Culture Centre – 75 (25 in the interactive room),
  • the “People-Ships-Ports” interactive room sessions last 45 mins; hand disinfection and wearing protective gloves is required (gloves are provided upon the entrance),
  • some of the devices on the exhibitions: “People-Ships-Ports” and ‘Ships. Our Passion” are out of order due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Museum ship “Dar Pomorza” in Gdynia
  • maximum of 30 persons allowed simultaneously,
  • hand disinfection.
Fisheries Museum in Hel
  • maximum of 30 persons allowed simultaneously,
  • interactive devices are out of order due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Vistula River Museum in Tczew
  • maximum of 23 persons allowed simultaneously
Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew
  • maximum of 35 persons allowed simultaneously.
Vistula Lagoon Museum in Kąty Rybackie
  • maximum of 20 persons allowed simultaneously.