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Visiting from Australia we were well aware of the Solidarity story so were keen to visit this... read more

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David A
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Perth
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An important historical reminder of the freedom battles that changed Europe

This is a very well organised modern museum that has an excellent Audio guide. Allow plenty of time... read more

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MickDad
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We believe that the experience of the Polish road to freedom gives us civic energy even today and that the heritage of Solidarnosc (Solidarity) is still a source of invigorating ideas for Europe
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pl. Solidarnosci 1, Gdansk 80-863, Poland
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Reviewed today via mobile

We went here on the back of not being able to get into the Second World War museum. This museum was interesting although it could have been shorter as we felt that a lot of the history was repeated. Also my English remote guide kept...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visiting from Australia we were well aware of the Solidarity story so were keen to visit this museum It didn’t disappoint. Very well constructed and with the free English audio guide we were easily able to understand the displays It was almost haunting to stand...More

Thank David A
Reviewed yesterday

This is a very well organised modern museum that has an excellent Audio guide. Allow plenty of time to visit here to remind or see for yourself the hardship Polish people fought to change Europe into what it is today. It is a sad look...More

Thank MickDad
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very interesting and fascinating insight into recent Polish history, a must see attraction if visiting Gdansk. Staff seemed bored and disinterested and the layout was a little bit confused.

Thank Dane T
Reviewed yesterday

From the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers at the entrance to the gift shop at the exit , i had a very interesting 1.5 hours in this museum. Take the audio guide to fully understand the events and history of modern gdansk

Thank iftus
Reviewed 2 days ago

This fabulous museum explains everything about Solidarnosc, Lech Walesa and the process that leaded to liberation of Poland from communism. Videoguides are absolutly necessary. Museum not suitable for children (because of the thematics and because the visit lasts more than 3 hours)

Thank FJL91
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

You get an audio guide which takes you round and explains everything. My favourite part though was going up on to the roof as the view is great.

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Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a little out of the way from the city centre and from the outside the building looks derelict - it is after all the old shipyard where the Solidarity movement broke in the 70s. Don't be fooled by the exterior. This museum is...More

Thank dishyrules
Reviewed 5 days ago

I do recommend to visit this place, even if you are not into history. If you want to have a good view of the city's skyline, you can always go to the top of this building and enjoy it over there! And also, step by...More

Thank Catarina R
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Great museum ! The visit is very interactive, you really feel like going back in history discovering the rising against communism. You get to learn a lot and though we spent nearly 3 hours there, we would have preferred tout stay a little bit longer....More

Thank Jules B
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AndreasLeenderts
August 4, 2017|
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Response from Pascal P | Reviewed this property |
You can buy tickets there. It was not very crowded when I went contrary to other museums.
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July 2, 2017|
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Response from RonTSmithers_B_C_ | Reviewed this property |
Definitely. It is important for a teenager to know this history.
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May 10, 2017|
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Response from ralf_randale | Reviewed this property |
There are also big mesh boxes for large luggage
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