Museum of the Duke’s Brewery in Tychy

  ul. Katowicka 9, Tychy ,   No District          (+48) 32 327 84 30     more than a year ago

COVID-19 update: Due to the global pandemic, visits and tours of the Tyskie Brewery have been cancelled indefinitely.

The Tyskie Brewery has been brewing beer continuously for nearly 400 years. Originally German-owned, today Poland's most famous brewery produces over 8,000,000 hectolitres of ale annually, and 14 varieties of beer, including Tyskie Gronie lager - Poland’s bestselling beer. The enormous historical brewing complex is one of Silesia’s architectural marvels, much of which is open to the public for guided tours. Taking about 2.5 hours and led by a humorous and informative English-speaking guide, the Tyskie tour takes visitors through the entire modern production process and the four-century history of the brewery, beginning in the Brewery Museum. Housed inside a red brick neo-Gothic former Evangelical church built in 1902, this rather superb space combines modernity and tradition across several fascinating multimedia exhibits on the craft of brewing, serving and imbibing beer, and displays full of historical brewing equipment and beer paraphernalia. A 3D film also tracks the history of the Tyskie Brewery through the ages. Next your guide takes you through parts of the production plant (those under 16 cannot enter!), starting from the Old Brewery - an immaculately-preserved space filled with decorative tiles and WWI-era copper vats that have had modern brewing equipment cleverly fit inside them. Highlights include the saucy tales from the so-called 'Bachelors’ Quarters,' a glimpse of the brewery’s own railway station and a look inside the fabulously fragrant bottling plant. And of course it all concludes with a tasting session in the on-site pub. Tours are available in Polish, English and German,  and in the local Silesian dialect (if you ever wanted to hear what that might sound like), and must be booked in advance. For an extra 20zł, take the extended Ducal Tasting School tour, and learn how to bring a full bouquet of flavours and fragrances out of beer over the course of workshops and tastings with a beer expert.


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Open 10:00-20:00. Closed Mon.
Last entrance 3 hours before closing. Visitors must be over 16 and should call in advance to book a place on the tour.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 25/20zł. For groups of 20 or more it's 23zł per person.


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It was a wonderful trip! I've been there with Seekrakow. You can see almost everything. It's a quite good for amateur beer production. I truly recommend this place!

Sounds great!! We are planning a trip in May to Krakow. So we might go to the brewery. Thanks for a great suggestion!!!
Jig Peterson

I loved it!!I went with my girlfriend and it was amazing.I highly recommend it.The beer at the end of the tour is great!
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