230 Stairs to Views: The Observation Deck at Wały Chrobrego Opened since April 2nd

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

The height of the building with the dome is 54 meters, to reach the observation deck you have to climb 230 stairs.

The building of The National Museum in Szczecin is one of the most famous and representative buildings of the city. The famous urban-architectural plan, called Hakenterasse (now Wały Chrobrego), was designed by Wilhelm Meyer-Schwartau. It co-creates the Oder river city silhouette visible from the main access routes, from the east running through  bridges and viaducts.

The building was put into use nearly 103 years ago, in June 1913, and was the headquarters of the City Museum (Stadtmuseum Stettin) until the end of the Second World War, in which archaeological and ethnographic collections, Pomeranian and European art, collections from Africa, Asia and Oceania and natural exhibits were exhibited.

In Polish Szczecin, it performs museum functions, being at first one of the buildings of the Museum of Western Pomerania, and since 1970 - of The National Museum. It belongs to the most magnificent museum buildings in Poland. One of the largest collections of monuments of non-European cultures is stored and displayed here.

After seeing all the attractions inside the headquarters, we invite the Visitors to admire the panorama of the city, port and Oder. 

The tower with an observation deck of The National Museum in Szczecin is open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 10.00 A.M. - 6.00 P.M., Friday, Sunday 10.00 A.M. - 4.00 P.M.

Tickets: normal PLN 8, reduced PLN 5, group PLN 4 pp. (for a group of minimum 10 people).