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How to reach us

The Emigration Museum in Gdynia is located at 1 Polska Street. Our headquarters is housed in the historical Marine Station which is located in the port of Gdynia, on the French Quay, right next to the port administration and the memorial"To the Sea-Going".

You can reach us in a number of ways:

By bus – you need to get off at the stop "Dworzec Morski – Muzeum Emigracji".

Weekdays:

•number 119 from 8 am to 4.30 pm; frequency: 20-30 min;

•number 133 from 5 pm to 11 pm; frequency: 30-40 min;

•number 137 from 9 am to 5.30 pm; frequency: 20-30min;

•number 147 from 2 pm to 3.30 pm; frequency: 30 min;

Saturdays:

•number 133 from 8 am to 11 pm; frequency: 30-40 min;

•number 137 from 10 am to 5 pm; frequency: 40 min;

Sundays and holidays:

•number 133 from 8 am to 11 pm; frequency: 30-40 min;

Detailed bus timetable [CHECK]

BIKE – a new bike lane runs from Chrzanowskiego Street to Polska Street, which will take you right to the Emigration Museum.

CAR – there are parking spaces (some for the disabled) provided in front of the museum entrance. There is a large, free car parka little farther away in front of Gombrowicz Square.

RAPID URBAN RAILWAY (SKM – SZYBKA KOLEJ MIEJSKA)– you need to get off at "Gdynia Stocznia" station and continue on foot (around 20 minutes) or take a bus to "Węzeł Ofiar Grudnia '70" stop. Alternatively, you can get off at "Gdynia Główna/Gdynia Central" station and continue on foot via Starowiejska Street and T. Wendy Street (approx. 25 minutes). If you choose to get off at "Gdynia Wzgórze św. Maksymiliana" station, you can take a number 119 bus. The SKM timetable is available at: www.skm.pkp.pl.

It's worth considering going ON FOOT to the museum. The portside areas, located very close to the city centre, are intriguing in their industrial character. You might want to start your walk at Kaszubski Square and end with a view to the sea from the terrace of the Marine Station .

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