Interesting, fascinating, captivating. Such are the museums and monuments of Pomerania. Who would not want to feel what it is like to be a King taking a stroll down the Royal Road, or like a brave knight of the Teutonic Order living in one of the Gothic strongholds? Pomeranian monuments take you back to the times when courageous knights fought for peace and freedom, AND also for the hearts of beautiful maidens. The Checked House Region, the Wdzydzki Open-Air Village Museum, the Museum of Ceramics, and Żuławy’s arcade houses, are only a few of Pomerania’s many historic sites, spellbinding with their appearance, rich history, and unique architecture. Visit our Voivodeship and you will discover many more interesting places...

The Castle of the Teutonic Knights in Gniew

The Stilo lighthouse

The Jastarnia Resistance Centre

ORP "Błyskawica"

Westerplatte

The Castle in Kwidzyn

The Gdańsk National Museum

The Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk

The Castle Museum in Kwidzyn

Dar Pomorza – a department of the National Museum of the Sea

National Maritime Museum

The Museum of Central Pomerania

The Stutthof Museum in Sztutowo

Muzeum Emigracji w Gdyni

Muzeum of coastal defence

Museum of Kashubian and Pomeranian Literature and Music - The Przebendowski and Keyserlingk Palace

The Crane – a department of the Central Museum of the Sea

The Museum of the National Anthem in Będomin – a department of the Gdańsk National Museum

Artus Manor - a department of the Gdańsk Historical Museum

The Gdańsk Historical Museum

The Gdynia Museum

The Diocesan Museum in Pelplin

The Museum of Amber – a department of the Gdańsk Historical Museum

The Maritime Culture Centre

The Museum of Pomeranian Folk Culture in Swołowo

The Teodora and Izydor Gulgowski Kashubian Ethnographic Park in Wdzydze Kiszewskie

The Castle of the Teutonic Knights in Malbork