Museum Artus Court

Gdansk, Poland
4.6 / 7
The building is located in the center of Gdansk, at Dluga Targ 44, a former meeting place for traders, a social center, later the stock exchange, now a branch of the Gdansk Museum. It acts as a city collection point.
Museum Artus Court
Address:Długi Targ 43-44, Gdańsk
Phone:+48 789 449 654
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–13:00 wednesday: 10:00–16:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–16:00 saturday: 10:00–16:00 sunday: 11:00–16:00


Great place for mini-conferences or corporate events. The interior is more like a museum, the ceiling models of ships are just great, in the basements especially fascinating. Very interesting place, recommended.


Nicely done, but very small exhibition. But for not even 2€ entry price, that's fine. Impressive wall paintings and good information leaflets in Polish, English and German.


Unique interior, a lot of things are already renovated. I looked the way to explore the museum. You can bring a card with description sit at the center of the big hall, rest and read. However some of the information is still presented in old fashion .. Read more »


As of June 30 2019, there are four halls/rooms open to the visitors. The first one is well air-conditioned hall featuring Last Judgment with the detailed explanation in four languages. The original work by Anton Muller was destroyed during WWII, but .. Read more »


We happened to catch it on "free entrance" Sunday. It was worth the visit to see the impressive woodwork, the ships hanging from the ceiling and some of the other old pieces.


Stunning reconstruction of an old merchant guild hall. With multilingual explanation. Well worth the visit!


Great historical place in Gdansk! Make sure to visit it while exploring the old town. Small hint: when the sun is shining, photos of the Court interior will be magnificent.


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