You can find a set of wooden figures/statues of people (man and women) made by local artists. Hmm... I have a few ones at my appartment but from another region of Poland.
What to buy: Wooden statues/figures.
What to pay: Generally prices are fixed but... try to get a discount if you buy more. These wooden figures on my pictures (about 30 cm, 1 feet tall) costed approx. 20-40 PLN (5-10 $/Euro before... discount :-) or more - depends on an artist. Expensive? I don't think.
This store/shop is the most official (although as i know it's privately owned) store of the Castle museum. You can find a lot of local craft (mainly hand made wooden figures), maps, guide books, postcards etc.
There are many stories selling maps of Malbork, the area and the castle and guide books on Malbork and the Teutonic Castle.
I found them in the following languages:
Some books are only in Polish or additionaly in German and/or English.
What to buy: Maps, guide books
What to pay: Map of Malbork - approx. 1-1.5 Euro/US$
Guide book on the castle from 2 Euro/US$ till... maybe 5-7.
Illustrated books on the castle: approx. 10-20 Euros/US$.
You can see and buy drawings and paintings of the castle in stalls which are located in the southeast corner of the Middle Castle's Courtyard.
If you like them.
What to buy: Drawings.
What to pay: From approx. 10 Euros/US$ for small drawings. Not fixed prices, so try to pay less :-)
"Bursztyn" means amber in Polish language.
There is a store and cafe inside. Go downstairs - watch your steps, stairs are quite steep.
What to buy: Amber and silver jewelry.
What to pay: Quite inexpensive - from approx. 20 Euros/US$ (small rings) till... don't ask hehe.
You can buy postcards, books on Malbork, paintings (hmm... I didn't like them), some local craft - knight's swords, figures etc.
What to buy: Postcards - post office is just upstairs.
What to pay: 0.5 - 1 zloty (PLN) for each postcard.
It's not a permanent store rather temporary/seasonal tents which sells local crafts and gifts: mainly small figures of various knights. Add T-shirts, books, medieval knight shields, costumes etc.
What to buy: T-shirt with Teutanic order symbol (black cross)... if you like it.
What to pay: T-shirt costs approx. 3 Euro/US$.
Baltic amber is fossil resin produced by pine trees which grew in Northern Europe about 50 million years ago. The resin was washed out of the forest floor by large rivers and transported south towards the sea. In the course of time the resin was transformed to amber due to processes of polymerisation and oxidation.
Amber is used by many artists who create sometimes small pieces of art from it. You can choose among hundreds of various amber necklaces.
There are many artists working with amber in Poland. Works of Polish jewellers seem to be original and interesting in the European context.
So, if you like you can choose among thousands of hand-made amber rings and amber ear-rings.
What to buy: Amber ring.
What to pay: From about 10 Euros/US$, larger ones: approx. 20-30 Euros/US$.
You can buy a gun - hmm... not real, it's forbidden without a special permission = doctor's examination, passing the exam on law reffering to use a gun plus practical exam on shooting. Hmm... these old guns don't look medieval hehe.
You can choose among numerous Polish, Lithuanian, Teutonic and others medieval shields. They are made of plastic (cheap) and metal (more expensive).
What to buy: Medieval Knight Shields
What to pay: From a few Euros/US$ to... 100 or so.
This store offers a lot of various gifts, souvenirs including local craft.
What to buy: Amber jewerly (amber + silver) - if you like it.
Postcards, books on Marlbork, knights, Teutonic order etc.,
Local craft, hand made knight's costumes, wooden figures of medieval knights, swords etc.
What to pay: Hmm... not expensive area I could say :-)))
You can by numerous publications (books, travel guides, maps) on Malbork, the castle and Teutonic Order in this store on my picture.
The Museum Shop (Sklep Muzealny) is located in original medieval interiors of the Middle Castle - it's the additional attraction of this store. Btw don't they look amazing?
You can buy postcards, book on Malbork and Teutonic Order and some sort of figures of knights there.
What to buy: Postcards.
What to pay: 0.5 - 1.0 PLN for each postcard.