Green Gate

Gdansk, Poland
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The first mention of the Green Gate dates back to the mid-14th century. A brick structure in the style of Dutch mannerism was erected already in the 16th century according to the design of G. Kremer and R. Amsterdam. The gates were built as a royal residence, but the monarchs who arrived in Gdansk almost never stopped here. Since the 2000s, the building has housed a branch of the National Museum.
Green Gate
Address:Stągiewna, Gdańsk
Phone:+48 58 307 59 12
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–17:00 wednesday: 10:00–17:00 thursday: 10:00–17:00 friday: 10:00–17:00 saturday: 10:00–17:00 sunday: 10:00–17:00


Super nice place, with attractions like musicians and next to the sea. Perfect for pics.


Full of tourists and small shops for souvenirs. Nice place to walk next to the water.


It is a very beautiful place. Very crowded and there's always someone playing instruments and they are not always so good at playing.


This gate was the start & end of our guided walk around Gdansk, best views are from the bridge.


Very nice surroundings! Friendly and clean city. If you are planning to visit Poland... dont forget this place. So many nice places to have a cup of coffee or a beer. Well recommended.


The Green Gate (Polish: Brama Zielona, German: former Koggentor, now Grünes Tor) in Gdańsk, Poland, is one of the city's most notable tourist attractions. It is situated between Long Market (Długi Targ) and the River Motława.


Boring art museum that's hardly worth 20 minutes of your time, no explanations given, most of the stuff in Polish only and there are no exhibits before 1900. Skip if you don't have a particular interest in the history of art No pics taken in this o.. Read more »


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