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Solidarity Movement of the 80s and 90s was a true sensation on the world scale. It caused almost peaceful regime change in Poland and the consequences of its actions have been truly spectacular. Discover the history of this unusual trade union and social movement and find out how average people can make global change. Check also modern Emigration Museum in Gdynia showing history of emigration and giving invaluable lesson about tolerance and empathy, that is also so important in the current world. Take one day trip over the most modern and interactive Tri-City museums, learn the lesson from the history and change the future, thanks to the ideals promoted in both these fascinating facilities.

Number of days/duration


Included meals

Optional lunch on request

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

2 cities

Group size


Trip pace


Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Tour guide, driver

Entrance fees to

European Solidarity Centre, Emigration Museum



Pickup place

Your hotel in Tri-City (Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia)

Drop off place

Your hotel in Tri-City (Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia)

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

City break

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Gdynia InfoBox

InfoBox (Polish: Gdynia InfoBox Obserwatorium Zmian) is an important information and culture-creating point for both Gdynia residents and tourists. It is serves as a unique “observatory of changes”. There is a huge 8 x 4 m city model, containing 1700 three-dimensional models. It includes the current objects, as well as those that has not yet been built. Thanks to the large touch screens placed next to it, visitors can make an interactive journ...

Viewpoint Kamienna Góra, Gdynia

Kamienna Góra is a hill in Gdynia, 52 m high, and the central point of the district of the same name (Polish: Kamienna Góra Punkt Widokowy, Gdynia). On Kamienna Góra there is a viewpoint from which visitors can admire the panorama of the city, the port and the Bay of Gdańsk. The road to Kamienna Góra leads by stairs or a free cable car adapted to the needs of the elderly and the disabled. The lower station of the cable car is located at the re...

Gdynia Aquarium

Gdynia Aquarium (Polish: Akwarium Gdyńskie) is located at the South Pier in the very heart of Gdynia. A Modernistic building of the Aquarium offers an amazing view over the Kościuszki Square, Gdynia’s beach and Gdańsk Bay. The Aquarium is also a museum operated by National Marine Fisheries Research Institute as well as a zoo. It was opened as a museum in 1971. Visitors may see extraordinary species of fish, reptiles and amphibians from all ove...

EXPERYMENT Science Centre

Experiment Science Center (Polish: Centrum Nauki Experyment) is still fairly new as it was opened in 2013 and it is located at 96/98 Zwycięztwa Avenue. It is an unusual place as all the exhibitions there are fully interactive. They present science topics in a funny, interesting and enjoyable way. The center area is 3 500 m2 and you will find here about 120 interactive exhibits. The main exhibitions include: a water world, a tree of life, human...

Warship Lightning

ORP Błyskawica (Warship Lightning). It is a Grom-class destroyer. It was built in 1937. It is the oldest existing destroyer of this kind in the world. It has been a museum since 1987. Aboard the ship you can see artillery and torpedo weaponry and exhibition about Polish presence at seas. The ship also fulfils representational functions

Museum Ship The Gift of Pomerania

In Gdynia city centre there are museum ships moored to Pomeranian Sea Shore (Nadbrzeże Pomorskie). The first object of this type is long sailing ship Dar Pomorza (The Gift of Pomerania) which was built in 1909 and was a gift to Marine School in Gdynia. It made 102 training cruises and made distance of half a million sea miles (the distance that allows to sail around the globe 25 times), 13 384 students were trained aboard this ship. An average...

Museum of the Second World War

World War II began with Germany’s attack on Poland at the Polish military base at Westerplatte on September 1, 1939 and it’s therefore, appropriate that the remarkable WWII museum (Polish: Muzeum II Wojny Światowej), opened in March 2017, should have been built in Gdańsk. A conflict that claimed the lives of an estimated 55 million people is a both a huge and complicated story to tell. The museum grounds cover almost 2.5 acres, while the build...

Hevelianum Centre

Hevelianum Centre (Polish: Centrum Hevelianum) is a modern science centre based in historic military buildings. The main feature that differs this museum from other similar institutions in the country is the fact that it is located in the 19th century military forts with spectacular viewing point to the Old Town in Gdańsk. Interactive and multimedia exhibitions allow visitors to understand better various phenomena from physics, astronomy, hist...

Maritime Culture Centre exhibition "Boats of Peoples of the World"

A permanent exhibition “Boats of Peoples of the World” is located on the second floor of the Maritime Culture Center. Visitors can see 41 boats from around the world. There are boats from Norway, Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Tanzania, Panama, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Ghana, Vietnam and Samoa. Most of them have been donated by seamen. Sailing the seas and oceans from the mid-1960s till late 1980s, they collected these valuable artefacts and brought the...

Maritime Culture Centre "People-Ships-Ports"

The interactive exhibition “People – Ship –Ports” is located in the Maritime Cultural Center. The exposition consists of five parts. The first one, “The Sea – environment and technology" shows how a whirlpool and tsunami are born, how solar cells work, as well as see the northern sky constellations.  On the second exhibition, “Ship structure”,  the visitors can feel like a real captain. By visiting the part "Working in a port" guests learn the...

Gdańsk sightseeing 3 h

Gdańsk is located in the north of Poland, at The Baltic Sea coast, at The Motlawa and The Vistula river estuary and the Bay of Gdańsk. It is popular with tourists, both from Poland and abroad. During the three hours tour you will be able to see the most important monuments of Gdańsk – the Old Town, Neptune Fountain, Long Market, Main Town Hall, Golden Gate, Highland Gate and the Motława River banks with “the Crane”. You must also visit St. Mar...


The Fun Arena Recreation and Sports Center, opened in June 2014, is located in the Stadion Energa Gdańsk. It is the largest sport and recreation center in Pomerania with attractions for families with children, teenagers, adults, companies or organized groups. Open from 10:00 to 22:00 offers attractions such as electric and petrol go-karts, zipline, bungee, escape rooms, parkour track, trampoline park, paintball, playgrand arena, planet RC, bil...

JUMPCITY - trampoline park

Welcome to the largest trampoline park in the Tri-City! Jump City in Gdańsk is a place with lots of fun for all ages. On 2000 m2 of bounce space visitors will find a huge pool with sponges, acrobatic tracks, trampolines with baskets for practicing dunks, hammock arena, gladiator zone, air track and the largest trampoline sport in the north Poland. In the new created obstacle course they can test their power, flair, strength, and balance.

Kolibki Adventure Park, Gdynia

Kolibki Adventure Park is a place where everyone will find an adventure for themselves. In the area of 11 hectares, there are tracks for quads, off-road cars, a paintball field, a climbing wall, a rope park, shooting ranges and a mini-park for children (bouncy castles, playground). Everything under the supervision of experienced instructors, in compliance with all safety rules. In the park you will also find a restaurant and roofed shelters wh...


I went on this trip during teacher's conference that took place in Gdansk. I had no expectations before I came to Gdansk for a long weekend and was completely blown away! Absolutely beautiful, very high standard in general and lots to do and see. I was shocked that museums can be so involving and interesting. I will definitely come back with my students. European Solidarity Centre has really well-developed exhibition. Absolutely fantastic. So detailed, so interesting. So proud of the Polish people. A Must Visit. Absolutely amazing experience.
Wonderful and inspiring museums. Thanks to audio guides we could discover them in our own pace and along personal interests. Many of the exhibits were thoughtfully curated and intriguing. I particularly enjoyed the use of art to express the Solidarity message. Interesting and inspiring places that handle COVID risks well. Highly recommended for anyone interested in modern European history.

Questions and answers

How long does the tour take?

It greatly depends on your own interests and how thoroughly you want to explore both museums. As you walk with audioguides you are welcome to choose which topics interest you and which do not. Both museums are very modern and were specially designed to promote personal discovery and not group sightseeing. We count the whole trip for 8 h but the visit can also be shorter if you wish so.

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