→ 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

SHIPWRECK CONSERVATION CENTRE

The branch, designed under the principle of openness, merges the exhibition site with the educational centre with its modern conservation workshop. The spacious Studio Warehouse, allowing to display large-size objects, presents e.g., fragments of shipwrecks discovered at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, ancient Polish boats and the collection of exotic vessels from around the world. Additionally, the collection includes the yachts of legendary Polish sailors: ‘Dal’ of Andrzej Bohomolec and ‘Opty’ of Leonid Teliga. Whereas the modern conservation workshop, equipped with advanced instruments, on the one hand, allows to perform a wide range of works aimed to protect the treasures, and on the other, makes it possible for the visitors to observe the successive stages of conservation process.

Opening hours

Tuesday – Sunday 10:00-16:00
(valid until 31.12.2021)

In the Shipwreck Conservation Centre the last tickets are sold 30 minutes before closing.

Opening hours in other time periods
Museum closures (2021)

Museum pass

Vistula River Museum and Shipwreck Conservation Centre
Regular – 8 PLN
Discount – 5 PLN

Family museum pass: Vistula River Museum and Shipwreck Conservation Centre (2 adults + 3 children) – 20 PLN

Tickets

Regular – 6 PLN
Discount – 4 PLN
Group supervisor or guide (1 person per 10 participants) – 1 PLN

Saturday – free entrance

Guided tour

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

Vistula River Museum and Shipwreck Conservation Centre
Polish language (15 or less people) – 29 PLN

Practical information

Address:
Centrum Konserwacji Wraków Statków
ul. Paderewskiego 24
83-110 Tczew

Phone:
+48 58 761 75 21

Employees:
Bogusław Sobkowicz – Head of Administration
e-mail: b.sobkowicz@nmm.pl

Getting to the Shipwreck Conservation Centre

  • If you travel from the PKP or PKS station – take public transportation buses to the Pł. Piłsudzki street – see Gryf Tczew website, more detailed route on Google Maps (170 m, 2 minutes)
  • You can also go on foot from there – more detailed route on Google Maps (1800 m, 22 minutes)
  • If you travel by car: from the intersection of the national road No. 91 (Aleja Solidarności) with the Wojska Polskiego street – along the Wojska Polskiego street to the roundabout by the City Hall, at the roundabout take the first exit into the 30 stycznia street, then turn right into the Ignacego Paderewskiego street – more detailed route on Google Maps

Parking spaces

  • 6 parking spaces for bicycles
  • Free parking for passanger cars: 3 cars on the car park near the Shipwreck Conservation Centre; more space on the Wąska street – more detailed route on Google Maps (350 m, 5 minutes), parking on the Łazienna street – more detailed route on Google Maps (600 m, 7 minutes), Bulwar Wiślany street – more detailed route on Google Maps (1200 m, 15 minutes)
  • Bulwar Wiślany street – more detailed route on Google Maps (400 m, 5 minutes)
  • Free parking space for coaches: Bulwar Wiślany street – more detailed route on Google Maps (1200 m, 15 minutes). Coaches may stop next to the Shipwreck Conservation Centre only to allow passengers to alight. The distance to the Vistula Museum – 120 metres.

About the tour

  • Exhibitions on 3 floors
  • Average tour duration: 1 hour
  • The maximum number of persons allowed in the Shipwreck Conservation Centre – 35
  • All visitors must cover their mouth and nose using a mask

Information for people with disabilities

  • Exhibitions accessible for wheelchair users
  • A lift adapted for persons with reduced mobility
  • Toilet for wheelchair users

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

  • Free lockers
  • Toilets on the ground floor

Permanent exhibition