Best museum I have ever seen. The displays are amazing-they show the personal side of the Solidarity movement very well. Don’t miss the chance to add your own comment to the “heartbeat wall.” Genius.
How much does it cost? We are planning a class trip, and we need to know prices.
Dziekuje Panu, panie Prezydencie Lechu, ze dzieki Panu cokolwiek by inni mowili moglem sie stac europejczykiem. Polak mieszkajacy w Szwecji od 35 lat
i loved the castle itself really
The castle is very beautiful, but it's very badly organized. On the website it says that audioguides are available in many languages but when we (me and my boyfriend) got there there were none left (it wasn't even very late in the day) and our only option was to take a very expensive guide. And then we saw some people returning audioguides we asked if we could have them, even if the battery wouldn't last long, for some reason they said they couldn't give us any. And they were extremely impolite. So we just went to see the castle thinking there would at least be some signs, but there is literally NOTHING. You can just wander around and have a look, but you're not going to learn anything, and for us it just wasn't enough. Two stars for the castle itself, no idea what most of the rooms were, but it was very nice to look at.
A very beautiful museum and a good impression of Solidarity and Polish politic in the 80s ! About Poland and later the rest of the world!
Fascinating. Highlights a very important event in recent European history.
This is an excellent museum. A must-see in Gdansk.