European Solidarity CentreGdansk, Poland
|Address:||pI. Solidarności 1, Gdańsk|
|Phone:||+48 58 772 41 12|
|Hours:||monday: 10:00–18:00 tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00|
One of the best museums I've ever visited, all displays are beautiful and the free audioguide is done with incredible taste, a must-see if you're ever.. Read more »
Lovely piece of history, but I wouldn't recommend to take your infants there. I wish it could be more interactive.
Great museum. Important place not only for Poland, but for a whole region.
Amazing place. I learned so much about Poland during the era of my parents youth. Probably my all time favorite museum. I would recommend it to anyone.. Read more »
Really interesting museum, it helped me to know more about life in the eastern block before it all felt apart. Very nice displays and the audio guide .. Read more »
One of the best museums I have ever been to. One of my favorites! I spent 3 hours in here by myself with the audio guide. Wonderful exhibits and reall.. Read more »
Permanent exhibition is really good. Interactive, with lot of artifacts, English descriptions everywhere. Dont miss outlook deck on 6th floor!
I had a very informative tour, the building has many different levels and a very open entrance with inner garden. We spend several hours walking aroun.. Read more »
Absolutely a MUST on a "to see" list when visiting Gdańsk!
Well worth visit, get u back in time , brings back memories and new stories and made u think :-)
Finally a great place with tons of history. Everything about Solidarity and its underground fight against the system. The way everything is displayed .. Read more »
Cool story, could do without the fallacies and bias in some expositions though
Must visit place in Gdańsk! Wonderful piece of history, free audio guide, one of the best museum which I've ever seen in my life. 4 hours free parking.. Read more »
Awesome experience! Incredible amount of information about the communist history of Europe and its end.
More people should be visiting this special place, stop, contemplate and appreciate the freedom