Dr. Uwe Schroeder, creator and long-time director of The State Museum of Pomerania in Greifswald (Pommersches Landesmuseum Greifswald) was awarded the "Pomerania Nostra" award for his work for Polish-German cooperation. more

World War I was particularly important for Polish history. The events of that time not only crucially changed Europe, but, most of all, enabled independent Polish state to reborn in 1918. It would have not been possible without geopolitical changes that occurred then, nor without the activity of key political and military figures like Józef Piłsudski, Roman Dmowski or Wojciech Korfanty. more

Vernissage: November 14th 2019 (Thursday), 6:00 P.M., free entranceThe National Museum in Szczecin–The Museum of Contemproary Art, 1 Staromłyńska St. more

Visit us on Tuesday, October 15th 2019, 12:00 at noon, the Dialogue Space (level –1) at The National Museum in Szczecin – The Dialogue Centre Upheavals, to attend the vernissage of an exhibition entitled "Women Fighting for the Independence of Poland". The exhibition is to be available until the end of November 2019. more

Along with scientific discoveries and technological revolution, human and definition of humanity nowadays are changing faster and more redically than ever before. more

ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Our cooperation with the t-shirt.eu store keeps developing. Beautiful t-shirts with the "Atlantis I" painting, presented at the exhibition "The Art of Happy People", can be bought in our museum stores, but this is not all! more

We are pleased to announce that The National Museum in Szczecin has received a subsidy from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage within the "Infrastructure of Culture" program. more

The observation deck of the tower of The National Museum in Szczecin at Wały Chrobrego willbe available to the public since April 2nd, 2019. more