The Gothic granaries are the landmark of Grudziądz. The first bricked storehouses were built in the middle of the 14th century. The buildings have up to nine storeys on the river side and two to four on the street side. In many of the granaries the original ceiling beams have been preserved and, on some walls, there are remains of chutes for transporting grain and cannonballs, reminiscent of the many wars that were fought. The most impressive granaries are now used by the town museum.