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Museum in Pocket / Museum in Lębork

The Museum and Cepelia

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The museum in Lębork is located in a three-storey tenement house from 1913 on 14-15 Młynarska Street.  Until 1945, the building was owned by the Nipkow family who, during the interwar period were involved with brewing and trade. Currently, the museum houses collections in the field of archeology, history, ethnography, numismatics and art. As part of the museum's exhibition, you can also visit Towers No. 24 and No. 27, as well as the Water Tower.
Opening times:

  • Tuesday to Friday from 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m
  • Saturdays and Sundays from 11.00 - 16.00.

In July and August, the museum is open from Tuesday to Friday from 10.00 - 18.00, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 11.00 - 16.00.
Tower No. 24 (Derdowskiego Street) and Tower No. 27 (Basztowa Street) are open to the public by appointment only  from  September – June during standard Museum working hours. Visitors  should contact the Museum in advance by phone (tel. 598622414) or in person at the Museum (Młynarska Street 14) / 15) to arrange a tour with an official guide. In July and August, Tower No. 24 and Tower No. 27 are open during the Museum's working hours.
Entry to Towers No. 24 and No. 27, and ticket to the 3-D film  “Lębork – medieval city fortifications” – free.
Ticket prices: 

  • normal – 10 PLN
  • reduced – 5 PLN

There is a Cepelia store (folk crafts shop)  within the museum in Lębork. The museum has released a wide range of guides and regional publications. We recommend the Historical Bulletins published by the Lębork Historical Brotherhood and the Museum in Lębork containing articles on, among others the past of the Lębork Lands. The Cepelia shop offers a wide range of souvenirs and handicrafts, including magnets, mugs, postcards, pictures, as well as locally-made products: dolls, candles, cutting boards, angel pendants and many others. It also sells hand-embroidered cotton bags, aprons, oven mitts, handkerchiefs, napkins, etc., and sculptures and paintings by  local artists. 
In addition,  audio guides on the Pomeranian Way of St. James are available.

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