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Malbork Castle Museum

ul. Staroscinska 1, Malbork 82-200, Poland
+48 55 647 08 00
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Gdansk and Malbork 1 Day Tour from Warsaw
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ul. Staroscinska 1, Malbork 82-200, Poland
+48 55 647 08 00
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We were really looking forward to this visit, especially after having been so many great places in Poland. From the start, however, this was a bit of a strange place, sort of a mix of a geeky Medieval Fair and a series of touristy outlets....More

1  Thank dgreenarc
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you love castles you must visit it. Its the biggest brick castle in the Europe, and I think its really worth to visit

1  Thank Antanas V
Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited this castle 18 years ago. There has been much more reconstruction work since. Recently, the huge relief of Mother Mary and the Christ Child has been fully restored.The fortress, itself is both huge and interesting. I was particularly charmed by a sculpture around...More

1  Thank RonTSmithers_B_C_
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our visit to Malbork was supposed to last 3 hours: it turned out to take more like 5h if you really want to see all the nooks and crannies of this imposing fortress! But it was well worth it. I also much recommend taking an...More

Thank Sandrine T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was on our list to visit whilst touring Poland. The Castle certainly has a wow factor. It took 60 years to restore it after WW2 Allow 2.5 hrs for the visit

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The entrance fee comes with a very detailed audio guide. The place is huge and has many displays of original and restored old stuff. There's 3 main blocks, A (need about 45 mins to complete), B (20 mins) and C (75 mins). We spend 3.5...More

1  Thank Jon N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As a building this is an interesting place with a fascinating history. Add to this the multiple exhibitions and it is a very good day out. You may not be interested in it all, but there are multiple exhibtions (amber, weapons, medieval statues, castle history,...More

Thank CaseyBe
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great castle and the English audio-guide was very good. Unfortunately the castle was overrun with school groups, many of them quite young. I have never seen so many at any attration before. Try to visit on the weekend or leave your visit until later -...More

1  Thank Chris P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

No trip to Poland is complete without a visit to Malbork Castle. The giant brick castle has been meticulously restored since 1990. The four hour audio-guide tour in English was excellent, for either a history buff or his ten year-old son. Malbork is about 30...More

Thank NOLA70115
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited the castle on a weekday morning. We took the advice of other reviewers and rented the audio guides. The castle was badly damaged in 1945 and a lot of it's contents were destroyed. In any event the building has been restored and it...More

Thank DarylJ552
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Can luggage be checked at Malbork Castle?
12 June 2017|
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Response from Carlos R | Reviewed this property |
yeah. lockers are available. I would just leave my luggage at a luggage locker at the train station. there's one for sure in Gdansk
Can you take a small dog into Malbork?
9 August 2016|
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Response from Balrogruler | Reviewed this property |
Don't take the dog, don't leave it in a parked car either. This is not a place where it can be walked.