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Malbork Castle Museum with branches in Kwidzyn and Sztum

The Castle Museum in Malbork started its activity on January 1, 1961. Its main seat is the Teutonic Knights castle in Malbork, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. The people who created and further develop this institution have gone through an extraordinary path: from the reconstruction of the largest brick castle in the world, through the laborious building of a collection and the search for thousands of works from old collections, lost and scattered throughout the country after the Second World War, to the creation of a modern educational and educational institution. - research, which manages three castles: in Malbork, Kwidzyn and Sztum.

Malbork Castle Museum with branches in Kwidzyn and Sztum

The Castle Museum in Malbork started its activity on January 1, 1961. Its main seat is the Teutonic Knights castle in Malbork, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. The people who created and further develop this institution have gone through an extraordinary path: from the reconstruction of the largest brick castle in the world, through the laborious building of a collection and the search for thousands of works from old collections, lost and scattered throughout the country after the Second World War, to the creation of a modern educational and educational institution. - research, which manages three castles: in Malbork, Kwidzyn and Sztum.

Malbork Castle Museum

Exhibitions

Research projects

On-line education

Conservation

Publications

Collections

Ceramic Collection

The ceramics collection accompanies the activities of the Castle Museum in Malbork from the beginning of its establishment in 1961. In the first year, it collected only specimens of porcelain from 19th-century Volhynia manufactories, and a year later it started to buy utility ceramics from Polish and European workshops and faience factories. In 2000, the […]

Amber Collection

Christoph Maucher, The Casket, end of the 17th century, collection of the Castle Museum in Malbork, photo: Bożena and Lech Okońscy A lump of amber with animal inclusion Figure of an athlete, workshop of Jacob Dobbermann (?), 2nd quarter of the 18th century Kolia Sferowiec, Paulina Binek, purchased in 2009.   The construction of the […]

Architectural Detail Collection

The collection of architectural details is related to the scientistic restoration of the castle, during which it was regothised using medieval elements of architecture found in the rubble. The initiator of this undertaking was Conrad Steinbrecht, who eagerly brought to the Malbork castle all the architectural details that could be obtained without major detriment to […]

Historical Documentation

Map of the Kingdom of Prussia and Polish Royal Prussia, along with marked postal routes. Map from Johann Baptista Homann Neuer Atlas bestehend in einig curieusen Astronomischen Mappen und vielen auserlesenen allerneuesten Land-Charten über die Gantze Welt … from 1710; Homann’s heirs; Nuremberg, after 1729, handmade paper, copperplate engraving manually colored with watercolors A postcard […]

Projects

EEA Project

The project assumes carrying out conservation and construction works on historic farm buildings at the outskirts of the castle in Malbork and adapting them to cultural and educational functions (library, conservation workshop, digitization workshop and the Center for Research on the Teutonic Heritage).

  • Research Projects

War Losses Project

Since 2018, the Castle Museum in Malbork has been implementing the project "War Losses", i.e. research on the losses and dispersion of the collections of castles in Malbork and Kwidzyn suffered as a result of World War II.

  • Research Projects

Beautiful Style

In 2018, the Castle Museum in Malbork initiated the international, interdisciplinary project "Beautiful style in the Czech editorial office in Prussia - stone sculpture from 1380-1400", which, thanks to the use of modern techniques, allows us to take a fresh look at unique monuments from the Middle Ages.

Treasures of the Castle Collections

The team of the Castle Museum in Malbork runs the interdisciplinary project "Treasures of the Castle Collections", which transfers the most valuable artefacts available in the collections of the three Museum branches to virtual space.

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Opening Hours

  • Mon - Sun:9:00 - 16:00
Exhibitions
  • Tue - Sun:9:00 - 15:00

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