The museum is a private museum from Mario Maas.
From its sixth or seventh year is already a Mario Maas collectors of everything connected with the Second World War to make and the collection is impressive.
The museum is located at an appropriate place, namely in the heart of the area where in September 1944 a fierce battle has been fought. The decision came when the Poles conquered a bridge to the Third Shorten, this bridge was the Gdynia bridge.
The name to where the museum is named.
It is a miracle that the barn where the museum is housed the
war has survived. All the other barns of this type were destroyed by the
Admission is free, but however a donation is appreciated
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
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