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On a freezing cold morning my friend and I went to the ESC as on my first visit to Poland I had to see it, actually experience this piece of recent history where Solidarnosc made an unchangeable impact on Poland, Europe and had worldwide solidarity....More
A great way to spend a morning, the audio guide is very informative and guides you through the 5 floors of exhibits which a creatively presented. You will need to leave coats and backpacks in a locker 2zty but can ask for a token at...More
The museum is well layed out, very detailed, very explanatory, and all the signage is in English as well as Polish.
Learning about what happened here and in other Soviet dominated countries will give you chills.Other places tried to get rid of Soviet domination but...More
Good place, especially on a Monday since all other museums are closed. Good and interesting overview of the struggle, though not very interesting for a child. However, nothing scary which is good.
There are a separate play area + the building itself is great.
There’s much positive to say about Gdansk – A newly built and easy to navigate airport welcomes you, it’s not from the town. The town offers a nice blend of architecture from early middle age, to modern age. There are plenty of decent standard hotels,...More
This is a must for any visitor to Gdansk as the permanent exhibition is not only superbly presented in a variety of different forms, its place in explain the role of solidarity in Poland's history is vital. The centre is itself a lovely building and...More
Possibly the most efficient museam we have every visited. The GPS audio was incrdeible which allowed you to travel at your own pace. It was also strangely friendly.
The way the stories are laid out and the clarity of the explainations are second to none....More