Uphagen House – Museum of Burgher Interiors

Uphagen House is the only bourgeois house from the 18th century in Poland and one of the few in Europe that is open to the public.
The tenement house in Długa Street in Gdańsk was purchased in 1775 by Johann Uphagen. Today you can see here the living and utility rooms. There is a vestibule, a small merchant’s cantor (now adapted to a museum shop), a lounge on the mezzanine floor, covered with wooden panelling with painted scenes of Chinese themes, fashionable in the 18th century.

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