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 We would like to inform you that the only legitimate source for purchasing tickets to the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk is our official museum website: bilety.muzeum1939.pl.
Professor Richard Overy’s lecture  on 19 June 2023, given during the promotion of the Arithmetic of War. The battles of the Second World War in 15 infographics, highlights the contribution of the Poles in the final victory over the Third Reich and emphasised the book’s importance in promoting knowledge on this subject.
On October 31st, a press conference was held at the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk, where the results of the ‘Two-Stage Implementation of the Architectural and Urban Design Competition for the Development of the Design Concept of the Westerplatte and the War of 1939 Museum – Branch of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańs
Today, on March 26th, thanks to many years of efforts and the involvement of many parties, an agreement on cooperation between the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk and the Tczew Regional County Authority w
Explore the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk online! This is possible through a virtual tour (Google Maps Virtual Tour), available on the Google profile of the Museum of the Second World War (MIIWŚ).
On Tuesday, the Cabinet of Ministers adopted a resolution presented by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, Professor Piotr Gliński, regarding the establishment of a multi-year program entitled ‘Construction of the Westerpla
Exactly a week ago, the exhibition ‘Pomeranian Crimes of 1939’ was opened at the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk. The exhibition has received recognition from both the museum community and our visitors.
The building of the former Military Transit Depot (MTD) power plant on Westerplatte, although currently located on the outskirts and not open to the public, will become one of the key points on the tour path of the new open-air museum on the peninsula in just a few years.
The ammunition base currently serves as a wharf and a support facility for maritime equipment belonging to law enforcement agencies, including the Border Guard. Ninety-four years ago, the surrounding area looked different from what we see today. However, the purpose of the area as a closed space is still maintained. As part of the #HistoriaWesterplatte series, we invite you to travel back in time to the most modern part of the peninsula in 1926.