Archaeological Museum

Gdańsk, Poland

The Archaeological museum is situated in a complex of buildings by the Motława River. It contains an extensive collection describing the Polish cultural and ethnic roots of the region.

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Alexander Nilsson (2 years ago)
A place with huge potential that currently is not there. Superb location, interesting exhibition and good atmosphere. However, the exhibition was not really in a chronological order. The locale had very dated features that could easily be replaced for a better impression (lighting, signs etc). Not all exhibitions were in English which was a down side. I enjoyed it, but it is not perhaps for the casual museum goer.
Ivan Spirydonau (3 years ago)
Great and informative museum. The views from the top of the tower are epic. Highly advised!
ole schmidtke (3 years ago)
A good museum showing a bit etnographic displays as well
Anthony Gore (3 years ago)
Nice little musuem you don't need any more than 1-1.5 hours go explore it but it's good for a rainy day. The palaeopathology section is especially interesting. However only about half the exhibits have English translations so bear this in mind.
Bart B (3 years ago)
Lovely place to see. Beautiful view from the tower. All signs in polish and english language.
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