Permanent exhibition of the Grunwald Museum – ‘The Great War with the Teutonic Order 1409–1411’
The exhibition presents the events that took place before, during and after the Battle of Grunwald. It introduces the visitor to political, economic and military issues. The visitor gets acquainted with the parties to the conflict that took part in the battle.
The exhibition, covering the hall and the exhibition hall, has been divided into 10 thematic blocks and the introduction:
0. Introduction – Timeline 1. The Order, Poland and Lithuania before the Great War 2. Direct reasons for the start of hostilities against the Crown in the first phase of the war 3. Plans and problems 4. Military Expedition and Battle of Grunwald 5. The Battle of Grunwald 6. Siege of Malbork 7. Exhibition of knights' banners 8. Archaeological monuments 9. The Chapel 10. Grunwald tradition
The tour of the exhibition runs chronologically through all thematic sections of the exhibition. Visitors, within individual blocks, have the opportunity to choose stands and issues that are important to them. The designed structure of the interior, consisting of round scenographic walls and exhibition elements, creates smooth transitions and separates elliptical spaces that naturally lead the tourist into the next threads of the exhibition.