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The National Museum in Gdańsk undertakes to ensure the availability of its website in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities (Journal of Laws of 2019, item 848, issued by the Polish Parliament – Sejm). The declaration of accessibility applies to the website of the National Museum in Gdańsk.

Date of last major update: 2019-09-23

The website is partially compliant with the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities due to the following exclusions: no contact form, no maps, some of the video materials were produced and uploaded before the Act on digital accessibility became law.

The Declaration was drawn up on: 2019-09-23
The Declaration was drawn up on the basis of a self-assessment by the public entity: the National Museum in Gdańsk.

If you have problems with website accessibility, please contact us. The contact person is Małgorzata Biernacka-Posadzka, kierownik Działu Marketingu National Museum in Gdańsk, e-mail: m.posadzka[at]mng.gda.pl. You may also contact us by calling +48 58 301 70 61 ext. 209, 224. Requests for information which is not available or requests for ensuring availability may be submitted the same way.

Anyone may request that a website, mobile application or any element thereof be made digitally accessible. You can also request information to be made available through an alternative means of access, for example, by reading a digitally unavailable document, describing the content of a film lacking an audio description etc. The request should include the identity of the person making the request, an indication of which website or mobile application the request pertains to and the contact method. If the person making the request requests information by means of an alternative means of access, he should also specify a way of presenting the information that is convenient for them. The public entity should comply with the request as soon as possible and at the latest within 7 days from the date of the request. If this deadline cannot be met, the public entity shall immediately inform the person making the request when it will be possible to meet the request, which shall not be longer than 2 months from the date of the request. Where digital accessibility cannot be provided, the public entity may propose an alternative means of accessing the information. Where the public entity refuses to comply with an accessibility request or to provide an alternative means of accessing information, the requesting entity may complain about the lack of digital accessibility of a website, a mobile application or an element of a website or mobile application. Once the above procedure has been exhausted, a request may also be made to the Ombudsman.

 

Architectural accessibility

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Department of Pre-1945 Fine and Applied Arts, ul. Toruńska 1, 80-822 Gdańsk,
contact:
info[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 301 70 61

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Oddział Sztuki Nowoczesnej, ul. Cystersów 18, 80-330 Gdańsk
contact:
osn[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 552 12 71

Surroundings and entrance to the building
The closest entrance to the museum building is from Cystersów St. through the gate to Oliwski Park from the Oliwa Cathedral side.
No parking spaces for people with disabilities. Parking space can be found in the parking strip directly along the wall enclosing the cathedral or in nearby streets with assigned paid parking spaces.

The entrance to the Abbotts’ Palace building has one high step and a door opening inwards. Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office, and in the neighbouring hall there is a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Three exhibition rooms in the enfilade on the building’s ground floor are accessible for people on wheelchairs.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Audio description is not available at the permanent exhibitions at the Department of Modern Art.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram to the exhibitions on the first floor, two flights of stairs, is left to the parents. No rest rooms with changing tables.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Department of Ethnography, ul. Cystersów 19, 80-330 Gdańsk
contact:
etno[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 552 12 71

Surroundings and entrance to the building
Entrance to the Department of Ethnography building is on the left directly behind the gate to Oliwski Park from the Oliwa Cathedral side. A recently refurbished flat and even pavement leads to the entrance door. The entrance to the building has no vertical barriers.
No parking spaces for people with disabilities.
Parking space can be found in the parking strip directly along the wall enclosing the cathedral or in nearby streets with assigned paid parking spaces.

The ticket box office is in the hall on the ground floor, with a cloakroom in the neighbouring hall, with coat hangers, which are unattended by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The Folk Culture of Gdańsk Pomerania permanent exhibition on the building’s ground floor is accessible for people with movement disabilities. The exhibitions on the first and second floors can be accessed only by climbing steep steps.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item.

Audio description is not available at the Folk Culture of Gdańsk Pomerania permanent exhibition.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram to the exhibitions on the first and second floors, four flights of stairs, is left to the parents.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Green Gate (Zielona Brama) Department, ul. Długi Targ 24, 80-828 Gdańsk
contact:
zielona.brama[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 307 59 12

Surroundings and entrance to the building
Entrance to the building directly from Długi Targ St.

No parking spaces for people with disabilities. Such parking spaces are along the streets and car parks in the Main Town (Główne Miasto) neighbouring Długi Targ and Długa Streets.

Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office and a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Access to the exhibition rooms on the first and second floors of the Green Gate Department by lift.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.

The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item.

Audio description is not available at the current exhibitions.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, with transport to the first and second floors by lift.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Gdańsk Gallery of Photography, ul. Długi Targ 24, 80-828 Gdańsk (Green Gate building)
contact:
ggf[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 307 59 12 ext. 117, 119

Surroundings and entrance to the building
Entrance to the building directly from Długi Targ St.
No parking spaces for people with disabilities. Such parking spaces are along the streets and car parks in the Main Town (Główne Miasto) neighbouring Długi Targ and Długa Streets.

Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office and a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Access to the exhibition rooms of the Gdańsk Gallery of Photography is via lift. However, it is necessary to climb a few steps from the second to the third floor.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item. Audio description is not available at the current temporary exhibition.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Directly in front of the entrance to the Gallery’s exhibition rooms is a small rest area with comfortable seating.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The Gallery has a small kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram from the second to the third floor, up a few stair steps, is left to the parents or minders.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Directly in front of the entrance to the Gallery’s exhibition rooms is a small rest area with comfortable seating.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The Gallery has a small kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking the pram from the second to the third floor, up a few stair steps, is left to the parents or minders.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Polish Gentry Museum. Pomeranian Contact Centre With Polish Expatriates in Waplewo Wielkie, 82-410 Waplewo Wielkie
contact:
waplewo[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. +48 55 277 15 68

Surroundings and entrance to the building
After walking or driving into the Sierakowski Palace premises, access to the main museum is up a steep stairway.
The area in front of the entrance is covered with thick gravel which makes it difficult for wheelchairs and prams to move.

Parking spaces for people with disabilities are at a dedicated marked car park.

Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office and in the adjacent hall there is a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
There is a rest room adapted for people with disabilities, or with otherwise impaired mobility, in the side part of the Palace, next to the wheelchair lift. Please ask the museum staff where it is.
No changing table for small children.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
There is a lift for people on wheelchairs or with movement disabilities in the back wing of the Palace. Car access via the avenue. You may park your car in this part of the premises. The lift allows people on wheelchairs or with movement disabilities to get to the Palace’s first level. The second level is accessible only by stairs.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item. Audio description is not available.

There is a mock-up of the Palace with descriptions in Braille.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram to the exhibitions on the first floor, two flights of stairs, is left to the parents.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ National Anthem Museum in Będomin, Będomin 16, 83-422 Nowy Barkoczyn
contact:
mhn[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 687 71 83

Surroundings and entrance to the building
You may drive onto the premises of the National Anthem Museum and park in the car park. Then you need to walk to the Józef Wybicki Manor building and the buildings with the temporary exhibitions.

Parking spaces for people with disabilities
Please ask the museum staff to direct you to the closest parking space for people with disabilities.

Visiting begins with the permanent exhibition at Wybicki Manor. The main entrance has one step. Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office, and in the neighbouring hall there is a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
There is a rest room adapted for people with disabilities in the administration building. Please ask the museum staff where it is.
No changing table for small children.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
There are no barriers to access the permanent or temporary exhibitions, the exhibitions are on the buildings’ ground floors.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
There are captioned films about the history of the national anthem and the region for the hearing impaired and the exhibitions are extensively labelled.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item. Audio description is not available.

Recordings (commentary on the exhibition, music and musical box recordings) and the lyrics to the Polish national anthem in Braille are available.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

Muzeum Narodowe w Gdańsku / NOMUS – New Art Museum, Department of Modern Art, ul. Stefana Jaracza 14, 80-863 Gdańsk
contact:
kontakt@nomus.gda.pl

The building is not available to visitors.

Surroundings and entrance to the building
The entrance to the building is from the side of Stefana Jaracza St. There are stairs and a ramp at the entrance.

The ticket office is opposite to the entrance. No cloakroom or individual security lockers.

Parking spaces for people with disabilities

Parking spaces for people with disabilities are located next to the museum building in Stefana Jaracza St..

Restrooms for people with disabilities
There is a restroom for people with disabilities on the ground floor, to the right of the staircase, behind the ticket office.
The restroom  has a children’s changing table.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The building has a lift to get to the first and second floors (exhibition rooms).

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the artworks. Audio description is not available at the current exhibitions.

If a group or individual requests a lecture, museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters and undertake to provide such an interpreter at our expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum

Visiting with a guide dog
It is permitted to enter the building and all its room with an assistant and guide dog.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
A rest area is located in the reception room next to the ticket office.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The reception room has a separate area for children to play on their own. . Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted; the building has a lift.

Catering
The building has food service.

 

Mobile apps

The National Museum in Gdańsk has the following mobile app:

  • National Museum in Gdańsk Second Canvas for Android.
  • National Museum in Gdańsk Second Canvas for iOS.

Links:

Note! By the end of 2021 our website will be fully aligned with the legal requirements. Work is underway to convert all the PDF files into digitally accessible versions.

 

The National Museum in Gdańsk undertakes to ensure the availability of its website in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities (Journal of Laws of 2019, item 848, issued by the Polish Parliament – Sejm). The declaration of accessibility applies to the website of the National Museum in Gdańsk.

Date of last major update: 2019-09-23

The website is partially compliant with the Act of 4 April 2019 on the digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities due to the following exclusions: no contact form, no maps, some of the video materials were produced and uploaded before the Act on digital accessibility became law.

The Declaration was drawn up on: 2019-09-23
The Declaration was drawn up on the basis of a self-assessment by the public entity: the National Museum in Gdańsk.

If you have problems with website accessibility, please contact us. The contact person is Małgorzata Biernacka-Posadzka, kierownik Działu Marketingu National Museum in Gdańsk, e-mail: m.posadzka[at]mng.gda.pl. You may also contact us by calling +48 58 301 70 61 ext. 209, 224. Requests for information which is not available or requests for ensuring availability may be submitted the same way.

Anyone may request that a website, mobile application or any element thereof be made digitally accessible. You can also request information to be made available through an alternative means of access, for example, by reading a digitally unavailable document, describing the content of a film lacking an audio description etc. The request should include the identity of the person making the request, an indication of which website or mobile application the request pertains to and the contact method. If the person making the request requests information by means of an alternative means of access, he should also specify a way of presenting the information that is convenient for them. The public entity should comply with the request as soon as possible and at the latest within 7 days from the date of the request. If this deadline cannot be met, the public entity shall immediately inform the person making the request when it will be possible to meet the request, which shall not be longer than 2 months from the date of the request. Where digital accessibility cannot be provided, the public entity may propose an alternative means of accessing the information. Where the public entity refuses to comply with an accessibility request or to provide an alternative means of accessing information, the requesting entity may complain about the lack of digital accessibility of a website, a mobile application or an element of a website or mobile application. Once the above procedure has been exhausted, a request may also be made to the Ombudsman.

 

Architectural accessibility

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Department of Pre-1945 Fine and Applied Arts, ul. Toruńska 1, 80-822 Gdańsk,
contact:
info[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 301 70 61

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Oddział Sztuki Nowoczesnej, ul. Cystersów 18, 80-330 Gdańsk
contact:
osn[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 552 12 71

Surroundings and entrance to the building
The closest entrance to the museum building is from Cystersów St. through the gate to Oliwski Park from the Oliwa Cathedral side.
No parking spaces for people with disabilities. Parking space can be found in the parking strip directly along the wall enclosing the cathedral or in nearby streets with assigned paid parking spaces.

The entrance to the Abbotts’ Palace building has one high step and a door opening inwards. Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office, and in the neighbouring hall there is a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Three exhibition rooms in the enfilade on the building’s ground floor are accessible for people on wheelchairs.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Audio description is not available at the permanent exhibitions at the Department of Modern Art.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram to the exhibitions on the first floor, two flights of stairs, is left to the parents. No rest rooms with changing tables.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Department of Ethnography, ul. Cystersów 19, 80-330 Gdańsk
contact:
etno[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 552 12 71

Surroundings and entrance to the building
Entrance to the Department of Ethnography building is on the left directly behind the gate to Oliwski Park from the Oliwa Cathedral side. A recently refurbished flat and even pavement leads to the entrance door. The entrance to the building has no vertical barriers.
No parking spaces for people with disabilities.
Parking space can be found in the parking strip directly along the wall enclosing the cathedral or in nearby streets with assigned paid parking spaces.

The ticket box office is in the hall on the ground floor, with a cloakroom in the neighbouring hall, with coat hangers, which are unattended by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The Folk Culture of Gdańsk Pomerania permanent exhibition on the building’s ground floor is accessible for people with movement disabilities. The exhibitions on the first and second floors can be accessed only by climbing steep steps.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item.

Audio description is not available at the Folk Culture of Gdańsk Pomerania permanent exhibition.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram to the exhibitions on the first and second floors, four flights of stairs, is left to the parents.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Green Gate (Zielona Brama) Department, ul. Długi Targ 24, 80-828 Gdańsk
contact:
zielona.brama[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 307 59 12

Surroundings and entrance to the building
Entrance to the building directly from Długi Targ St.

No parking spaces for people with disabilities. Such parking spaces are along the streets and car parks in the Main Town (Główne Miasto) neighbouring Długi Targ and Długa Streets.

Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office and a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Access to the exhibition rooms on the first and second floors of the Green Gate Department by lift.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.

The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item.

Audio description is not available at the current exhibitions.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, with transport to the first and second floors by lift.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Gdańsk Gallery of Photography, ul. Długi Targ 24, 80-828 Gdańsk (Green Gate building)
contact:
ggf[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 307 59 12 ext. 117, 119

Surroundings and entrance to the building
Entrance to the building directly from Długi Targ St.
No parking spaces for people with disabilities. Such parking spaces are along the streets and car parks in the Main Town (Główne Miasto) neighbouring Długi Targ and Długa Streets.

Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office and a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
No rest rooms adapted for people with disabilities.
No rest rooms with changing tables.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Access to the exhibition rooms of the Gdańsk Gallery of Photography is via lift. However, it is necessary to climb a few steps from the second to the third floor.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item. Audio description is not available at the current temporary exhibition.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Directly in front of the entrance to the Gallery’s exhibition rooms is a small rest area with comfortable seating.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The Gallery has a small kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram from the second to the third floor, up a few stair steps, is left to the parents or minders.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
Directly in front of the entrance to the Gallery’s exhibition rooms is a small rest area with comfortable seating.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The Gallery has a small kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking the pram from the second to the third floor, up a few stair steps, is left to the parents or minders.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ Polish Gentry Museum. Pomeranian Contact Centre With Polish Expatriates in Waplewo Wielkie, 82-410 Waplewo Wielkie
contact:
waplewo[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. +48 55 277 15 68

Surroundings and entrance to the building
After walking or driving into the Sierakowski Palace premises, access to the main museum is up a steep stairway.
The area in front of the entrance is covered with thick gravel which makes it difficult for wheelchairs and prams to move.

Parking spaces for people with disabilities are at a dedicated marked car park.

Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office and in the adjacent hall there is a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
There is a rest room adapted for people with disabilities, or with otherwise impaired mobility, in the side part of the Palace, next to the wheelchair lift. Please ask the museum staff where it is.
No changing table for small children.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
There is a lift for people on wheelchairs or with movement disabilities in the back wing of the Palace. Car access via the avenue. You may park your car in this part of the premises. The lift allows people on wheelchairs or with movement disabilities to get to the Palace’s first level. The second level is accessible only by stairs.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item. Audio description is not available.

There is a mock-up of the Palace with descriptions in Braille.

If a group or individual requests a museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters. Such an interpreter must be provided at the group’s or individual’s own expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted, but taking a pram to the exhibitions on the first floor, two flights of stairs, is left to the parents.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

National Museum in Gdańsk/ National Anthem Museum in Będomin, Będomin 16, 83-422 Nowy Barkoczyn
contact:
mhn[at]mng.gda.pl, tel. + 48 58 687 71 83

Surroundings and entrance to the building
You may drive onto the premises of the National Anthem Museum and park in the car park. Then you need to walk to the Józef Wybicki Manor building and the buildings with the temporary exhibitions.

Parking spaces for people with disabilities
Please ask the museum staff to direct you to the closest parking space for people with disabilities.

Visiting begins with the permanent exhibition at Wybicki Manor. The main entrance has one step. Directly behind the entrance door is the ticket box office, and in the neighbouring hall there is a cloak room served by the museum guards. No individual security lockers.

Rest rooms
There is a rest room adapted for people with disabilities in the administration building. Please ask the museum staff where it is.
No changing table for small children.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
There are no barriers to access the permanent or temporary exhibitions, the exhibitions are on the buildings’ ground floors.

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
There are captioned films about the history of the national anthem and the region for the hearing impaired and the exhibitions are extensively labelled.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the item. Audio description is not available.

Recordings (commentary on the exhibition, music and musical box recordings) and the lyrics to the Polish national anthem in Braille are available.

Visiting with a guide dog
Permitted.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
No rest area.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The museum does not have a kids zone. Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted.

Catering
There is no food service in the building.

 

Muzeum Narodowe w Gdańsku / NOMUS – New Art Museum, Department of Modern Art, ul. Stefana Jaracza 14, 80-863 Gdańsk
contact:
kontakt@nomus.gda.pl

The building is not available to visitors.

Surroundings and entrance to the building
The entrance to the building is from the side of Stefana Jaracza St. There are stairs and a ramp at the entrance.

The ticket office is opposite to the entrance. No cloakroom or individual security lockers.

Parking spaces for people with disabilities

Parking spaces for people with disabilities are located next to the museum building in Stefana Jaracza St..

Restrooms for people with disabilities
There is a restroom for people with disabilities on the ground floor, to the right of the staircase, behind the ticket office.
The restroom  has a children’s changing table.

Facilities for people with movement disabilities
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The building has a lift to get to the first and second floors (exhibition rooms).

Facilities for the hearing and sight impaired
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The exhibits in the exhibition rooms are labelled with the most important information about the artworks. Audio description is not available at the current exhibitions.

If a group or individual requests a lecture, museum lesson or a guided tour of the Museum in sign language, we have a Register of Polish Sign Language (PJM), Signed Polish (SJM) and Means of Deaf-mute Communication (SKOGN) interpreters and undertake to provide such an interpreter at our expense. Please give notice of such a need at least three working days in advance before your planned visit at the museum

Visiting with a guide dog
It is permitted to enter the building and all its room with an assistant and guide dog.

Facilities for elderly people
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
A rest area is located in the reception room next to the ticket office.

Facilities for families with small children
Persons with special needs are requested to report this when they buy their ticket.
The reception room has a separate area for children to play on their own. . Entrance to the exhibition rooms with prams for small children is permitted; the building has a lift.

Catering
The building has food service.

 

Mobile apps

The National Museum in Gdańsk has the following mobile app:

  • National Museum in Gdańsk Second Canvas for Android.
  • National Museum in Gdańsk Second Canvas for iOS.

Links:

Note! By the end of 2021 our website will be fully aligned with the legal requirements. Work is underway to convert all the PDF files into digitally accessible versions.

 

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