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Soldek - museum ship

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Soldek ship
Soldek ship
Fot. Gdansk Tourism Organisation

The first ship built in the Polish shipyard after the Second World War. Bulit in Gdansk Shipyard, it was a vessel with an unprecedented riveted welded construction, that served under the Polish flag from 1949 to 1980. During 1479 cruises the ship carried over 3.5 million tons of goods, mainly coal and iron ore, to more than 60 ports. At the end of 1980 "Sołdek" was withdrawn from service in Polish Maritime Navigation and has been a ship-museum since 1985. While Visiting "Sołdek" you can learn almost all areas of the historic ship: engine room, officers and sailors cabin and the bridge.

Address

Ołowianka Street 9-13, Gdansk
www.nmm.pl/soldek
phone: 58 301 86 11 interior number 327

Opening hours

8.05.2017 - 30.06.2017
tusday - sunday 10.00-16.00

1.07.2017 - 31.08.2017
monday - sunday 10.00-18.00

1.09.2017 - 31.10.2017
tusday - sunday 10.00-16.00

1.11.2017 - 31.12.2017
closed

Tickets

Regular: 8 zł

Reduced: 5 zł

Tourist Card: FREE ENTRANCE with Family Fun Package and Sightseeing Package.

FAQ

Will I receive a discount with the Gdansk Tourist Card?

With Tourist Card Family Fun Package and Sightseeing Package you get free entracne.

Is there a car park near Sołdek?

10 parking spaces for bikes: by the entrance to the Granaries

Free parking spaces for passenger cars: directly by the entrance to the Granaries (43), along the Szafarnia street - more detailed route on Google Maps (100-350 m, 1-4 minutes), near Długie Ogrody street - more detailed route on Google Maps (450-900 m, 6-11 minutes)

Toll parking for passenger cars: parking on the premises of the The Polish Baltic Philharmonic (parking meters) - more detailed route on Google Maps (170 m, 2 minutes), parking on the Angielska Grobla street - more detailed route on Google Maps(450 m, 5 minutes)

Free parking space for coaches: along the Długie Ogrody street - more detailed route on Google Maps (750 m, 9 minutes)

Toll parking for coaches: parking on the premises of the The Polish Baltic Philharmonic (parking meters) - more detailed route on Google Maps (170 m, 2 minutes), parking on the Angielska Grobla street - more detailed route on Google Maps (450 m, 5 minutes)

The possibility to stop the coach near the museum to let the passengers out

How long does it take to visit Soldek?

Average tour duration: 1 hour

Is the facility accessible for the disabled?

The ship is not adapted for persons with reduced mobility
The possibility to experience selected exhibits through touching available for organized groups of visually impaired or blind people under the care of the NMM educator's (upon reservation).