Visiting hours today: 9:00 - 16:00


Timer Plates and Monuments

In the Castle Museum in Malbork there is a collection of 32 tombstones and monuments from various historical periods. This collection was created in 1993. The greater part of it are objects that are the legacy of the pre-war Castle Reconstruction Authority in Malbork. All objects are presented on the grounds and in the castle interiors made available to the public. The oldest part are medieval monuments, which include tombstones from the times of the Teutonic Knights (among them there are three slabs of great masters). Most of them are kept in the cemetery at the High Castle and in the adjacent chapel of St. Anna. The second group consists of early modern tombstones from Prussia and Gdańsk, which were brought to the castle at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, when its scientistic restoration took place. The entire complex is displayed on the eastern terrace of the High Castle and at the eastern facade of the chapel of St. Lawrence in the Outskirts of the Castle. The last part consists of Mennonite steles and epitaphs from the 18th and 19th centuries in Żuławy. This ensemble is currently presented in the southern part of the eastern terrace of the High Castle.


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