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Malbork Castle Museum

ul. Staroscinska 1, Malbork 82-200, Poland
+48 55 647 08 00
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Gdansk and Malbork 1 Day Tour from Warsaw
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6 days ago
“Lets you feel the history”
1 week ago
“A-must-visit historical place”
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ul. Staroscinska 1, Malbork 82-200, Poland
+48 55 647 08 00
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Huge castle which lets you fell better the history. Take at least 2,5 hours to explore it. When buying tickets, ask for audio guide. If not - you may risk to get tickets without audio guide for the same price.

Thank Dainius J
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a must see castle in Poland. I have learned a lot about Poland especially in medieval period. The audio guide was great. You just take it and follow the audio guide. It will guide you to visit the whole castle. Please note if...More

Thank Pathamaporn M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Malbork is an amazing Castle!!! You must see one of the biggest and most famous place in Poland!!! When I was in Poland, I need to find some attraction for me and my children - Elite Taxi Gdansk make it!!! They offer me absolutely fantastic...More

Thank Ash K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is an excellent place to visit. I visited castle 9 years ago however so much has been improved from the exhibits to the provision of audio guides, the best ones I have ever had. In my first visit I found it easy to get...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

The castle is very well preserved and filled with history. There are 4 mini museums inside and are all included in the admission. The audio guide has an active visual screen that identifies the route to follow. The system is all RFID so if the...More

Thank Sally F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Although the halls are heated, you have to cross some yards, stairs and galleries that are not, so it's better to come on a day not too windy or rainy, and dress according to the weather. The audio guide was very good and not boring,...More

Thank Sigal G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

No words to express our deepest fascination for the biggest brickstone castle in the world, the Marienburg residence of Teutonic Knights Order in XIII - XIV centuries. You can easily spend the whole day there walking from one part to another and hearing stories about...More

Thank Светлана К
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The castle museum is absolutely amazing. We opted for the audio tour and it was fantastic. So informative and complete. The audio was timed well and set on a sensor to detect when you'd entered a new room, triggering the start of the next installment....More

Thank JericaElizabeth
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We arrived there and booked a private guide (Bartosz Kita) to guide us through the castle. What can I say, If you love medieval history, you're in heaven here. There is so much to see and learn, that you will not have enough time to...More

1  Thank millos71
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Choose the auditor to really learn about the castle. Very good introduction in English. The castle is more than just an ordinary castle, take at least three hour time to visit it.

Thank Heli B
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Are dogs allowed in castle on tour?
10 August 2016|
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Can you take a small dog into Malbork?
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Response from Balrogruler | Reviewed this property |
Don't take the dog, don't leave it in a parked car either. This is not a place where it can be walked.
can yo take a small dog into malbork?
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Response from Hoshea P | Reviewed this property |
Obviously, you can take a dog with you in the town of Malbork, but I doubt it's permitted to walk with a dog inside the Castle. The Castle is a museum object with ticket entrance and official control; it's noway just an... More