The Golden Gate (Złota Brama) is a city gate in Gdansk, Poland. The impressive gate structure was built in the early 17th century to replace the 13th-century gate on the site. It was part of the old city fortifications. It was built to a Dutch Mannerism architecture style that was designed by architect Abraham van den Blocke. The gate has attiques on either side that has figures which symbolise the ideal citizen, these were designed by Jeremias Falck. The gate was heavily damaged during the Second World War but was restored to its former glory shortly after.
The gate is situated at the end of Long Lane in the centre of the city. It is a 10-15 minute walk away from the major transport hub of the city. Gdansk is a fairly small city, many of the sights of the city are within walking distance of one another.
Opening Times and Admission
The gate is situated in a public area. You can visit the gate at any time of any day for free.