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We visited this museum, because we had the tourist card, which gave us free access. But the museum was not worth the time. We dident know what we where looking at and we just walked throw the museum quickly.
House is reasonably interesting - could do with more information about who lived there, what each room was used for etc. Two rooms just housed an Amber jewellery collection so maybe when these two rooms are renovated it might be more interesting.Cheap entry at least....More
This museum does not seem to be on the group tour list, but it is well worth a visit if you are interested in a peak into the mercantile lifestyle of Gdansk in the years leading up to the World Wars. Part of the experience...More
Easy to find on Dluga Street , as it's named on the outside. The exterior looks nice , but the interior is splendid. The entrance fee is negligible ( 10 zlt per adult / 5zlt student / OAP ( £2 , £1 approx) . From...More
We went there after a recommendation of the local guide Marta who took us on a free walking tour. The place is different in style than most of the other sites in Gdansk. It pays to visit but it is not a must
I was staying in a rented apartment in the refurbished and modernised XVI century building so I wanted to see the original layout. It is nicely done but it did not give me the impression of going back to the past. I would love to...More
When entering we were led up to the top floor where an exibition about garden design was on display and it was only in Polish. It has nothing to do with the Uphagen House.
The actual Uphagen house is not so interesting. It's not spectacular...More