It is a museum (in its collections are for example the wooden boards with the 21 demands which hung on the gate of the shipyard during the protests of August 1980 or the gantry crane where activist Anna Walentynowicz worked) and a meeting place (it has 17 rooms and The Winter Garden). It was founded as a space of shearing thoughts and completed children’s and youth projects, theatre productions and film screening, leisure and artistic activities and many other possibilities.
It can be a terrific opportunity to visit the city of Gdańsk its outstanding historical monuments like Artus Court, statue of Neptune
and of course the shipyard and the European Solidarity Centre. It is a wonderful opportunity to learn history and think about democracy and independence.