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Szczecin Underground Routes

Gallery of Thematic Exhibition

for adults and children more than 60 exhibitions discribed in English, 

film with English lector or subtiteles,

Exploration on your own three routes for the price of one ticket,

light, sound, films, exhibits, entrance platform 1


Kolumba 2, Szczecin 70-035 Polska Main Railway Station SZCZECIN GŁÓWNY station, platform 1; entrance through a glass shelter with stairs down.
ATMs and toilets in the station lobby.

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+48 605 433 433

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Until the end of March, non-organised groups of less 10 people can visit on their own (without reservation) only at weekends. Please see below for current opening times.

If you would like to join an organised group, please contact us and we will inform you of the next possibilities.

In the winter season, individual tours only on weekends.

Please note: Schools, tourist and business groups are welcome 7 days a week

after prior reservation by e-mail info@schron.szczecin.pl
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Opening hours

till the end of March, for unguided tours

Friday 12:00-16:00

Saturday 11:00-17:00

Sunday 12:00-16:00 no reservation required

If you are interested in visiting on other days please call us, perhaps there is a group you can join. Phone No. +48 605 433 433 We will be happy to answer your inquiry.

For group od 10 people we can organise the guiding any time you wish.


Tickets for all three exhibitions:


40 zł/person. normal
32 zł/person. reduced for children and young people up to 18 years of age
37 zł/person. students (up to 26 years of age)

Familly tickets

2+1, 1+2 -96 PLN
additional child 32 PLN


10% discount for holders of the Szczecin Tourist Card (discount from a normal ticket price)

Groups of more than 15 people are asked to contact us prior to arrival. Visits are possible at any time. Offer for groups on the „Groups” subpage.

How to reach us?

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Where are we
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What you will find with us

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Over 60 exhibitions

the experience starts already in the former passenger tunnel

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Take the family

on a time travel

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Fiat 126p

and realism of the times of the People’s Republic of Poland

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Bottom tunnel

wagon and voices of displaced people going to Szczecin

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On the sightseeing route

unique photos – forced laborers and sound background

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Among the exhibitions of Vova Tsesler’s graphics

is the Belarusian Banksy – wanted by the regimes of Putin and Lukashenko

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On the Cold War route

tactical room – propaganda programs from the radio station and a film

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Civil Defense Secretariat

always alert and ready

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Original equipment

from the period of the Cold War – the US-USSR nuclear conflict

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Selfie tour with PRL

it’s time to relax and play with gadgets from the communist period

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Apartment reconstruction

shipyard worker Rysiek Koniecpolski, who will talk about the advantages of living in the People’s Republic of Poland

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Sadist dentist

and the festival in Jarocin, which was the foundation of the Polish subculture

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Entrance on platform 1

photos from the tour are the best souvenir

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Take a photo with the atmosphere

in one of the largest civilian shelters in Poland and Europe

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A selfie with a thrill

that everyone will envy you

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A scene from the movie The Great Escape to the North, a place on the sightseeing route


“The Great Escape to the North”

Watch the movie for free. Visit the place where it was filmed.

Our motto

“It’s more than a museum, it’s like a good movie”