National Museum Gdansk

Gdansk, Poland
4.4 / 8
The museum exposition is located in a 15th-century building that once belonged to the Franciscan monastery. It consists of valuable collections of jewelry, paintings, sculptures and ceramics created between the 15th and 20th centuries. One of the most valuable exhibits of the collection is G. Memling's Last Judgment. A large collection of paintings by the famous painter A. Möller is also stored here.
National Museum Gdansk
Address:Toruńska 1, Gdańsk
Phone:+48 58 301 68 04
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 09:00–16:00 wednesday: 09:00–16:00 thursday: 09:00–16:00 friday: 09:00–16:00 saturday: 09:00–16:00 sunday: 09:00–16:00


As expected there are lots of religious treasures to be enjoyed here and Last Judgment on the 2nd floor is certainly the diamond on the crown. There are few visitors on Sunday morning, so you can take your tie enjoy the artistic masterpiece. In addit.. Read more »


The most popular exhibit that is the Memling's The Last Judgment, made an amazing impression on me. The method of painting exposure is phenomenal. Setting the lights and their concentration made me achieve a zenital artistic experience. When I visite.. Read more »


Exhibitions of pewter, silver and fine art in an ex-monastery. Quiet and contemplative place. The highlight, as others have said, is 'The Last Judgement' by Hans Memling - unmissable.


Very amazing and moving memorial museum. Highly recommended visit.


Great museum! Super informative! Highly recommended!


Really nice place. A lot of famous works of famous and talented artists. Also the ticket for students is really cheap (1 zl)!


Unique masterpieces to see. Definitely worth to visit.


Closed indefinitely. Why is it on the tourist card then? To make people walk all the way here for nothing??


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