The National Museum in Szczecin

The Building of the National Museum in Szczecin at 3 Wały Chrobrego Street is one of the most renown and distinctive buildings of the city. It is in the centre of Wały Chrobrego architectural solution at the Oder river bank (former Hakenterrasse), according to a design by Wilhelm Meyer-Schwartau.

The National Museum in Szczecin — The Museum of Regional Traditions

The Museum of Regional Traditions is located in Baroque Landed Gentry House (Pommersche Landsmannschaft), built in years 1726–1727 according to the order of Prussian king Frederick William I.

The National Museum in Szczecin — The Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art is located in a classicist building of former Szczecin stronghold garrison headquarters, built in the last quarter of the 18th century, repeatedly converted in subsequent years. As long, as until the end of World War II, it was used by military authorities.

The National Museum in Szczecin — The Szczecin History Museum

The seat of Szczecin's History Museum is a Gothic old town hall in the castle surroundings,  located in the centre of the oldest part of the city – between the Hay Market and the New Market.

The National Museum in Szczecin — The Dialogue Centre Upheavals

The National Museum in Szczecin – The Centre of Dialogue Upheavals is a place of meetings and debates regarding controversial subjects related to the newest history of Szczecin, Pomerania, Poland and the world.

The National Museum in Szczecin — The Seaside Narrow-Gauge Railway Exhibition

The origin of Gryfice exposition of narrow gauge railways was a fleet withdrawn from service in the Pomeranian Commuter Railway, mainly from Gryfice, Białogard and Dobra near  Nowogard, since late 1970s set by the Gryfice station.