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Normal ticket - 23 zł
Reduced ticket - 16 PLN
Family ticket - 55 zł
Temporary exhibition - 5 PLN
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Monday - closed
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 6pm
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Tuesday - Sunday 9:30am - 5pm
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Museum of the Second World War
pl. Bartoszewskiego 1 , 80-862 Gdańsk
phone. +48 58 760 09 60
info@muzeum1939.pl
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2020-09-04
A dedicated WBMF website and a mobile devices app have been merged to provide an exciting user experience. Extensive educational content is accessed  by means of VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) technologies. 
2020-09-01
Address of the President of The Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda delivered at Westerplatte, during the celebrations of the 81th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II:
2020-09-01
In Autumn 2019 archeologists from Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk discovered the remains of 9 Westerplatte defenders. After more than 80 years, as a result of cooperation between Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk, Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, and The Institute of National Remembrance – Commission for the Prosecution of Offences against the Polish Nation it was possible to identify 5 of the fallen defenders.
2020-08-23
On August 25, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. in Jan Olszewski’s Conference Hall a presentation of architectural project outlines to construct Westerplatte and the War of 1939 Museum will be held.This is to meet the expectations of the public who deserve to be better informed regarding the planned Westerplatte museum construction project.   Minister Jarosław Sellin, Secretary of State in the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage will attend and the members of the Westerplatte construction project team will take part.  
2020-07-13
From 15 July 2020 the exhibition “The Image of Treblinka in the Eyes of Samuel Willenberg” will be available to visitors of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk. The exhibition will feature sculptures showing the tragic fate suffered by the prisoners of the German extermination camp in Treblinka. Free admission.
2020-05-18
We were telling the truth all over the world about the fighting and the suffering, but also about the year 1945 and its significance in the history of Poland. We told thousands of listeners from six continents characterised by diversified cultural sensitivity and level of knowledge of history about the heroism of our compatriots, their sacrifice in the fight for the independence of Poland, but also that 8 May 1945 had not been a liberation day. For millions of representatives of Central and Eastern Europe, the end of the Second World War meant the beginning of the red enslavement and the necessity to carry on the fight for the lost independence.

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On August 25, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. in Jan Olszewski’s Conference Hall a presentation of architectural project outlines to construct Westerplatte and the War of 1939 Museum will be held.This is to meet the expectations of the public who deserve to be better informed regarding the planned Westerplatte museum construction project.   Minister Jarosław Sellin, Secretary of State in the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage will attend and the members of the Westerplatte construction project team will take part.  
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Ground works connected with filling the excavations from the fifth stage of archaeological research on Westerplatte ended on the 15th of November 2019. The research was received by protocol by the Pomeranian Provincial Monument Conservator in Gdańsk, stressing the necessity and the legitimacy to continue the archaeological works there.
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Today, during works on the ninth skeleton found yesterday at the archaeological site of the fifth season of archaeological research on Westerplatte, 7.65 Browning FN pistol with spare magazine was found at the waist height of the person whose skeleton was being lifted.
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