Artus Court - Museum of Gdansk
Artus court used to be a club for rich merchants and a centre for social life. You will be able to glimpse into intricate decorations from hundreds of years ago.
The Artus Court is a building which used to be the meeting place of merchants and a centre of social life. Today it is a point of interest of numerous visitors and a branch of the History Museum.
Free admission day: Monday from 10:00 to 13:00 (out of season these are Tuesdays and on Mondays the museum is closed)
The Artus Court opposite the famous Neptune fountain is nicknamed the parlour of historical Gdańsk. The works of arts or their replicas accumulated here refer to legends and myths of the ancient times and the Middle Ages. Here you will see the largest tiled stove of Europe; being 10.64 metres high it is lined with 530 richly adorned tiles.