Museum of the Second World War 

W. Bartoszewskiego Square 1
80-862 Gdańsk

The Museum of the Second World War is built on a lot at Władysław Bartoszewski Square near the centre of the city.

It is located in a symbolic architectural space, which is also a space of memory, 200 metres from the historic Polish Post Office in Gdańsk and 3 kilometres across the water from Westerplatte Peninsula, both of which were attacked in September 1939.

The 17,000-square-metre lot set aside for the museum touches the Radunia Canal to the west, while its south side opens onto a wide panorama of the Motława River.

Nearby transport – from Gdańsk Główny railway station
By a city bus
Line 130 to Wałowa stop – 160 m to the Museum
Plan your journey
By tram
Lines 3, 8, 10 to Plac Solidarności stop – 1,3 km to the Museum
By car
The Museum has its own two-level underground car park with the capacity of 132 parking spaces.
The entrance to the car park is located at Wałowa street.

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