Well worth a visit, the rooms are beautiful and great value for money, great way to spend a couple of hours.
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This is a good option to visit if you're in central Gdansk - it is close to the town hall and directly behind the famous Neptune Statue. On Tuesdays the attraction is free to visit but even then has very few visitors. Although it is...More
The name sounds grand-er than the building really is. Rebuilt after WWII, practically only two chambers are visited. The only really interesting artefact is the Reanaissance stove, which survived WWII. Thus the fee is rather high, 10 zł.
lovely building with lots of historical pieces on show and was very interesting, think this is free to visit on tuesdays
unfortunately it is currently closed for repairs but it was an attractive sight to photograph from the outside and is close ot the Maiden in the Window building
There are so many museums here it is easy to get rather blasey, but this is a real beauty. Small and perfectly formed.
It's an impressive building on the outside but we'd expected more from the museum itself. It's basically one big and one small room and that's it. We were in and out in 10 minutes. Closed at 13:00 on Tuesdays like most attractions in Gdansk.
We have only access to the haly and other room for the price we pay. The Authur cout is the place where the mearchants used to meet.The court ambence is good and the visit can be completed in 15 t0 20 mins.This place is nea...More
Interesting to find King Arthur and St George in Poland some great old interesting artefacts . Quite a short visit though