Head phones provided which are great for leading you through the museum - very modern . Inspirational and humbling . Don't miss this experience . GDansk is a lovely city and try to go to Sopot -15 mins on the train - lovely seaside town - a nice way to wind down from all the history of Gdansk .
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Yes - the audioi guide is fantastic, so don't go without it! This is a very interesting museum. It and the WW!! museum and don't forget to visit Westerplatte! That is where the first shots were fired in WW2.
Absolutely, both in Polish and English and I would advise that you take an audio guide too..
Wow thanks everyone for the answer :D
im thinking of a 2 night stay in gdansk
visiting westerplatte as well and maybe a beach xD
Yes. It’s a fantastic museum, well worth a visit.
yes plus you can get a speaker guide thingy if you wish.
Yes they are both verbaly and writen its the same with the other musemums in thae area that i visited
The information headsets are available in English. They guide you round the different exhibit rooms, so no issues.
Yes, you can read the information in English, plus they give you a headset audio self-guide in English
Yes. In Polish and English.
Yes. Part of the entrance fee is a head set that details each exhibit in English. The descriptions are very well done.
I totally forgot about the audio guide...signs are also in English
the museum is well-designed for tourist all over the globe and it provides an audio guide for better understanding.
I went through many museums. I believe that most of the solidarity museum displays are in English. Plan on spending at least three hours...very inspirational. If you have time, visit the WW II Museum and take the galleon cruise out to Westerplatte...enjoyable cruise...walk to the monument...allow 2 hours because there are numerous displays sites to see on the walk from boat landing to memorial...I thoroughly enjoyed Gdansk
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