Described in English more than 60 exhibitions for adults and children. One admission ticket allows for individual tours of three different routes, with light, sound, films, and unique exhibits. Entrance at platform 1.
Please note: Schools, tourist and business groups are welcome 7 days a week
after prior reservation by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For individuals not organized in groups, visits are available from Monday to Sunday
from 12:00 to 16:00
without a guide, self-guided, and do not require a reservation.
The average temperature inside the facility is 15 degrees Celsius both in summer and winter.
The three interconnected routes require over an hour for the tour, so the last tickets are always sold one hour before closing time.
Group tours of at least 10 people are possible 7 days a week with a prior email reservation.
Tickets for all three Routes:
Over 60 exhibitions
the experience starts already in the former passenger tunnel
Take the family
on a time travel
and realism of the times of the People’s Republic of Poland
The lower tunnel on the Szczecin Underground Routes
features tourists taking photographs against the backdrop of mannequins representing people sitting in a shelter during World War II.
On the sightseeing route
unique photos – forced laborers and sound background
Among the exhibitions of Vova Tsesler’s graphics
is the Belarusian Banksy – wanted by the regimes of Putin and Lukashenko
On the Cold War route
tactical room – propaganda programs from the radio station and a film
Civil Defense Secretariat
always alert and ready
from the period of the Cold War – the US-USSR nuclear conflict
Selfie tour with PRL
it’s time to relax and play with gadgets from the communist period
Reconstruction of a shipyard worker’s apartment from the communist
era in the 1970s as part of the ‘Selfie with the PRL (Polish People’s Republic)’ tour on the underground routes of Szczecin’s thematic exhibition gallery
and the festival in Jarocin, which was the foundation of the Polish subculture
Entrance for sightseeing on platform 1
In the glass vestibule, stairs lead down
Take a photo with the atmosphere
in one of the largest civilian shelters in Poland and Europe
A selfie with a thrill
that everyone will envy you
“The Great Escape to the North”
Watch the movie for free. Visit the place where it was filmed.
“It’s more than a museum, it’s like a time machine”