Viewing Deck of The National Museum in Szczecin Tower OPEN since April 1st 2017
The National Museum in Szczecin
Wały Chrobrego 3 | Wały Chrobrego 3

The viewing deck of The National Museum in Szczecin tower is available for the Visitors since April 1st 2017.

 

The building of The National Museum in Szczecin is one of the most renown landmarks of the city. Famous architectural and urban-planning idea called Hakenterrasse (present Wały Chrobrego) has been designed by Wilhelm Meyer-Schwartau. It is a crucial part of the city shape by the river bank seen from main roads, running from the East through bridges and viaducts. The building was opened nearly 104 years ago (in June 1913) and until the end of World War II it used to be the seat of the City Museum (Stadtmuseum Stettin), housing exhibitions of archaeological and ethnographical collections, Pomeranian and European art, collections originating from Africa, Asia and Oceania, as well, as natural exhibits. In Polish Szczecin the building has been the seat of museums – firstly The Museum of West Pomerania and since 1970 – The National Museum in Szczecin. It is one of the most transparent museum buildings in Poland. One of Poland’s greatest collections of non-European cultural relics is stored and exhibited here. After visiting all the attractions inside the building, the Guests are invited to see the view of the city, the port and the Odra river.

 

The height of the building together with the dome amounts to 54 metres. Accessing the viewing deck involves ascending 230 stairs.

 

The viewing tower of The National Museum in Szczecin is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 10.00 A.M. and 6.00 P.M. and on Fridays and Sundays between 10.00 A.M. and 4.00 P.M.

Entrance tickets: reduced PLN 3, normal PLN 5, group PLN 3 pp. (group of minimum 10 persons).