Beautiful building, a center piece of the Gdansk's Old Town. Provides nice atmosphere there and historical landmark.
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The main town hall is an impressive building in late renaissance style with a big tower. While visiting the tower, you can see a part of an exhibition of old interiors of households in Gdansk, and some general information about the history of the city....More
The main town hall or Ratusz is in the middle of dluga street. It is a nice piece of architecture and houses the History museum of the city of Gdansk.
Gdansk was a stop for a National Geographic tour. Our Nat Geo photographer said you should always go to the highest point you can in a town to get a different perspective and some great photographs. She was very right. It's a lot of steps...More
Looking at the wonderful interiors you should never forget that it's not only a piece of historical evidence, but a miracle of careful renovation. The hall with the fireplace is great, take your time to study the ceiling carefully. Try visiting it on a Monday...More
We really enjoyed our visit here. There are lots of steep stairs and no lift so that is worth bearing in mind if you are elderly or have walking difficulties. Each room is well laid out and it is very interesting to read about the...More
Great building in the old town and only a couple of euro to visit inside. Lovely carved staircase, painting ceilings are superb and so interesting to see the old pictures from the war. Definitely worth a visit
A really beautiful building down the main street. I didn't go inside, but the exterior is worth looking at. I got a few great pictures!
We were brought here as part of our tour. It has a very interesting history and the furniture and other items are lovely and good to see. The door is closed so just open the door. Sometimes they only let people in every half hour
One of the landmarks of Gdansk should not be missed. When I visited it, the tower offering splendid views of the surrounding areas was unfortunately closed, but the exhibitions are well worth visiting - each floor offers something completely different. Of great interest are, naturally,...More