Further Exhibitions Re-Open!

Since June 18th 2020 two further branches of The National Museum in Szczecin re-open for public. They are The Museum of Regional Traditions and The Szczecin History Museum. Since mid-May The National Museum in Szczecin - The Museum of Contemporary Art and Gryfice West-Pomeranian Narrow-Gauge Railways Exhibition heve been available.


We would also like to inform that, starting on June 18th 2020, the Museu is open according to a new schedule: the Szczecin branches invite on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 12.00 at noon and 6.00 P.M. The Gryfice open-air exposition is open every day between 9.00 A.M. and 3.00 P.M. and, since July 1st (touristic high demand time) between 10.00 A.M. and 6.30 P.M. On Saturdays, unchangeably, the entrance is free of charge. On the remaining days regular ticket prices apply.

Attention: The National Museum in Szczecin - The Museum of Contemporary Art since June 14th will be available according to a temporary schedule - Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 10.00 A.M. and 4.00 P.M. - and later, beginning from Thursday, June 18th, it is following the new general opening hours.

In all the buildings safety rules approved by sanitary authorities must be followed. They include: wearing protective masks (possible to be bought at the ticket offices), compulsory hand disinfection, 2 metres of distnce between visitors, limited number of people present in a building at a time.  

Due to epidemic hazard, all popularising and educational activities have been canelled. On-line creative games and tasks (#otwartechoćzamknięte), dedicated in particular to children (in Polish), may be found at the Museum web service and social media (facebook.com/muzeum.szczecin).

At The National Museum in Szczecin – The Museum of Regional Traditions three permanent expositions are available: "The Golden Age of Pomerania. The Art at the Court of Pomeranian Dukes in 16th and 17th Centuries" , "Pomeranian Cabinet. In the Mirror of Coins, Banknotes and Stamps” and "Old Silver". At the courtyard lapidarium precious sculptures by Bernhard Bleeker and Johann Gottfried Schadow may be seen. 

The National Museum in Szczecin – The Szczecin History Museum is a rich compendium of the history of the city from the earliest times to contemporary ones, especially attractive in the exceptional year of 777th anniversary of granting city rights to Szczecin. It houses permanent exhibitions "The Oldest Charts of History of Szczecin", "HIstory and Culture of Szczecin in Swedish and Prussian Times", "Hans Stettiner and Jan Szczeciński. Everyday Life in Szczecin of 20th Century" and two smaller expositions "Biedermeier Room” and "Eugen Dekkert – Museum Atelier”. Until the end of August 2020 temprary exhibition "Józef Gabriel Jęczkowiak – a Forgotten Hero of November 1918” , the display of which has been extended, will also be available.

At The National Museum in Szczecin - The Museum of Contemporary Art, "Living in the Present Future" temporary exhibition, arranged in cooperation with Bornholms Kunstmuseum, is available till the end of August 2020.

The National Museum in Szczecin – The Dialogue Centre Upheavals, due to its air-conditioning technology and electronic (touch-sensitive) narrative content, remains closed until further notice. Open-air exhibitions: "Furthest Poland - Szczecin in First Years after the War: 1945 - 1948" and "One Tribe", will soon appear at Plac Solidarności - the roof of NMS-DCU.

The Museum building at Wały Chrobrego will also remin unavailable. Intense works on launching two new permanent exhibitions - "Mystery of Light. Mediaeval Art in Pomerania" and "Hidden Meanings. Art in Pomerania in 16th and 17th Centuries" - are in progress there. Due to borders being closed, there occurred a delay of works on temporary exhibition entitled "I See Your Beauty. From Čiurlionis to Kairiūkštis – Lithuanian Art in the First Half of the 20th Century”, the opening of which, together with permanent exhibitions (ethnographical expositions and Dohrn's Antiquarium), has been planned for early September.