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We spent a few hours here. It’s really well laid out with lots of momentous and very interesting artifacts. The museum begins at the end of WW1 and records how WW2 began, the history of the war, which countries were involved and how the war...More
This is the best museum I’ve ever visited! An important, horrific story told in a great manner. A must-see when in Gdansk. The museum is huge so I recommend preparing for that, it can be a bit exhausting with so much history. But I SO...More
This museum is a must. We only allowed 4 hours but you could spend longer. The audio guide is really worth it - but all the exhibits are very well described without it. It will give you a unique insight into the events around the...More
Best museum visit ever. Would recommend to anyone. Rhytm was perfect, all started from beginning of the war and everything was explained thoroughly during the exhibition. Terror and Holocaust sections were very emotionally hard, but excellently made. Heavy recommendation.
Taxi driver gave us a hint about this museum. Very close to the old town, just a few minutes walk. We really enjoyed it and spent over 2 hours, and we are normally not such great fans of museums! The exhibition was very well put...More
We went on two separate days and still didn’t manage to see every exhibit. It was a very upsetting experience but very worthwhile. The personal stories of ordinary families were the most touching. If you go expect to be there for a long time as...More
You are lucky to be there on tuesday. It’s was grayed because it’s not possible to buy tickets. You save 23 PLN because it’s FREE admission on tuesdays. It's very popular, so try to be there early.
As travelingjohn123 says, but I would advise buying your tickets on line beforehand to make sure you can get into the museum, they only have a few for sale, on a turn up on the day basis.overall this is a must visit