The Long Night of Museums in the railway-station-like climate

In the Emigration Museum in Gdynia again there will resonate railway bells reminding of its original function – the Marine Station. The crowd of travellers, fare dodgers, Polish emigrants waiting in a queue to board a transatlantic ship, unexpected plot twists… Select the direction of the voyage, vigilantly listen to the railway information and feel like a first class passenger.

Although the queue of visitors waiting for the exhibition certainly is going to be long, we can guarantee that no one will be bored. The attractions include: on-board workshops for children, dancefloor on the terrace overlooking the sea and starry sky above the railway station hall. In order to take a break from the hubbub of this special night, it will be possible for the visitors to rest in a specially designed cabin – the zone of silence and relaxation. Some of the attractions have been prepared for you by a young team of our collaborators – the youth involved in the “Culture MEGAphone” project.

Detailed agenda:

7PM – 1 AM sounds and projections at the Marine Station

9 PM -1 AM chill-out in the cabin

7 PM – 10 PM workshops for children

7 PM – 11 PM creative zone

8:22 PM sunset on the terrace

9 PM – 12 PM DJ sets

Please note that the entrance to the exhibition will be possible up to the midnight.


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