If you've developed a fancy for local folk artist Ewald Gawlik's paintings of rural Silesian art, for some inexplicable reason this kooky salon is home to the largest collection of his work. Apparently frozen in carbonite since the 1950s, the old school chrome hairdryers and bright pink and green walls inexplicably cluttered with colourful canvases, antique mirrors and faded photographs make this little salon more of a traipse back in time than any Giszowiec garden block; best of all, the woman who works there is welcoming to walk-ins who want nothing more than to wander around and snap some hilarious photos. Next door you’ll even find a rare and cherished thing known as a bar/restaurant.
Open 09:00 - 16:00, Sat 09:00 - 13:00. Closed Tue, Sun.