The Baltic Coast and Pomerania Travel Guide

The Baltic Coast and Pomerania Sights

Dwór Artusa (Artus Mansion)

  • Długi Targ 43 Map It
  • Stare Miasto
  • House/Mansion/Villa
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Published 07/06/2017

Fodor's Review

Behind the Fontanna Neptuna on Długi Targ, one of the more significant of the grand houses was constructed over a period from the 15th through the 17th centuries and is now a museum. The mansion was named for mythical English King Arthur, who otherwise has no affiliation with the place. This and the other stately mansions on the Długi Targ are reminders of the traders and aristocrats who once resided in this posh district. The court's elegant interior houses a huge, 40-foot-high Renaissance tiled stove, possibly the world's largest, a mid-16th-century masterpiece by George Stelzener. The mansion's collection also includes Renaissance furnishings, paintings, and holy figures as well as hunting trophies and models of tall ships suspended from the ceiling. The building was the meeting place of the Gdańsk city nobles.

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Długi Targ 43, Gdansk, Pomerania, Poland

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  • zł 10
  • Closed Mon. and Tues. afternoon

Published 07/06/2017


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