PREHISTORY OF GDAŃSK POMERANIA

Prehistory of Gdańsk PomeraniaThe exhibition presents the oldest history of Gdańsk Pomerania and is the most important permanent exposition in the Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk. It brings forth a separate and specific character of local prehistoric populations. The exhibition was made possible through long-standing archaeological research led by the Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk. Notably, a range of exhibition pieces were procured from benefactors, who cooperate with the institution.

The Naturalists' House
(HQ of The Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk)

Mariacka Street 25/26

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ILLNESSES OF PREHISTORIC PEOPLE ON POLISH LANDS

Illnesses of Prehistoric People on Polish LandsThe aim of this exhibition is to bring closer the issue of the state of our ancestors’ health to a contemporary visitor. Paleopathology is a field dealing with research of the condition of health of generations living in the distant past. Based on additional knowledge from other fields, ex. archaeology, anthropology, medicine, paleopathology reproduces the history of illnesses. It aims to establish the cradles – birthplaces of respective diseases, routes of their spreading, their reach, dynamics of their evolution and degree of their influence on the lives of whole societies and individual units.

The Naturalists' House
(HQ of The Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk)

Mariacka Street 25/26

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1000 YEARS OF GDAŃSK IN LIGHT OF EXCAVATIONS

1000 Years of Gdańsk in Light of ExcavationsRemains of wooden buildings from the 10th – 13th century city were discovered in 1948 at approximately 2 m below street level. They reached the depth of 5 m. Lack of air, wet foundation and other natural conserving conditions caused the remains of houses, streets and defensive ramparts, as well as a bountiful amount of small tools, fragments of domestic equipment, pieces of clothing and decorations, to survive to modern times in a good state. Over 27 years of archaeological surveys delivered insight into the activities and quality of life of citizens.

The Naturalists' House
(HQ of The Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk)

Mariacka Street 25/26

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A CITY UNDER A CITY

Blue Lamb - logoBlue Lamb, Chmielna Street 53, Gdańsk

ATTENTION! The Blue Lamb Branch is currently closed until further notice.

The exhibitions introduces the world of archaeology. Its aim is to familiarise with the work of an archaeologist both at an excavation site as well as in the museum, and above all to present the results of many years of archaeological surveys conducted in the city of Gdańsk.

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A MEDIEVAL HANSEATIC STREET

Blue Lamb - logoBlue Lamb, Chmielna Street 53, Gdańsk

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We would like to invite you to walk through a reconstructed street in a Hanseatic city from the turn of the 14th and 15th century. One can see citizens of past Gdańsk, wearing clothing from the period, we can peek into their houses, places of work and the inn.

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GDAŃSK IN THE HANSEATIC WORLD

Blue Lamb - logoBlue Lamb, Chmielna Street 53, Gdańsk

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An exposition on which the items found during archaeological surveys in the historic part of the city are shown. The presented artefacts illustrate the trading might of Gdańsk as well as the everyday life of its citizens from the late medieval period until the 19th century.

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GRANARY ISLAND IN GDAŃSK

Blue Lamb - logoBlue Lamb, Chmielna Street 53, Gdańsk

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An exhibition dedicated to Granary Island, its history and archaeological surveys.

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THE OLDEST HISTORY OF THE DOMINICAN CLUMP

The Romanesque CellarThe exhibition is located in a restored 13th-century abbey refectory – the oldest preserved interior in Gdańsk. The exposition presents the results of many years of excavation works performed under the Dominican Square and the Market Hall, which led to the discovery of relicts of the early architecture of the Dominican abbey: the refectory, kitchen, foundations of the first church, and above all, an early-medieval settlement and cemetery, used from the 10th to 19th century.

The Romanesque Cellar
(branch of The Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk)

Dominikański Square 1, Gdańsk

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THE "STRONGHOLD" IN SOPOT

StrongholdFor years, the archaeological open-air museum "The Stronghold in Sopot" welcomes people to visit the reconstruction of an early-medieval gord. It functioned in the pre-Piast period, from the mid-9th century until, as it is supposed, the moment of establishing a settlement in Gdańsk at the end of the 10th century. Most probably, it functioned as a watchtower, which was responsible for controlling and observation of the seaside belt.

The "Stronghold" in Sopot
(branch of The Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk)

Jana Jerzego Haffnera Street 63, Sopot

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