The Arsenal Museum of Fortifications and Weaponry – a Division of Zamość Museum
is open every day apart from Mondays and days after bank holidays
from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
In the summertime (from May to September)
from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
On average it takes 2.5 hours to look round the Museum.
The ticket desk sells tickets until 3:00 pm
(until 4:00 pm in the summertime)
Full price (3 locations) – PLN 25
Full price (1 location)- PLN 10.00
Concessions (3 locations) – PLN 12
Concessions (1 location) - PLN 5.00
Group ticket (for tour groups, 3 locations) – PLN 12
Group ticket (for tour groups, 1 location) - PLN 5.00
|For holders of the Polish Big Family Card
(with 3 or more children):
Full price (3 locations) – PLN 15
Full price (1 location) - PLN 6.00
Concessions (3 locations) – PLN 7
Concessions (1 location) - PLN 3.00
The visitors listed below are eligible for concessionary museum admission if they present the relevant documents:
The visitors listed below are eligible for free museum admission if they present the relevant documents:
A free entry day is held regularly and announced on the museum’s website: www.museum-zamojskie.pl and www.museumarsenal.pl and at Zamość Museum ticket desks.
THE FREE MUSEUM ENTRY DAY FOR THE PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS IN JUNE IS THURSDAY
The multimedia show “The history of the city and fortress of Zamość”
in the Gunpowder Magazine
Entry times to shows:
9:00am, 9:45am, 10:30am, 11:15am, 12:00pm, 12:45pm, 1:30pm, 2:15pm, 3:00pm
In the summertime
9:15am, 10:00am, 10:45am, 11:30am, 12:15pm, 1:00pm, 1:45pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm, 4:00pm
You can go round the Museum’s displays in Polish on your own, on your own with an audioguide or in organised groups with a guide. In English, German and Russian you can go on a museum tour on your own with an audioguide.
An organised group with a guide visiting the Museum can have a maximum of 35 people (including the people looking after the group, courier, etc.).
Access to the Museum’s exhibits is prohibited for;
1) anyone under the influence of alcohol, narcotics psychotropic drugs or other agents acting in a similar way;
2) anyone brandishing a weapon or other items endangering life or health;
3)anyone acting aggressively, provocatively, or in another way endangering the safety of the collections, disturbing the running order of a tour for other visitors or who does not meet the generally accepted standards of behaviour in a public place;
4) anyone who is improperly dressed;
School pupils aged under 18 entering the Museum must remain under the supervision of a responsible adult (teacher) at all times.