The museum is a multimedia-filled experience, taking you from the early beginnings to modern day production methods. Along the way, you will see a variety of really old vodka bottles, be treated to a vodka tasting, and afterwards, have the opportunity to buy some classy gifts. The museum is a celebration of the wonderful spirit, so deeply tied to Polish history itself.
How to VisitThere are several ways to visit the museum, from audio tours to standard tours to various extended and VIP tours, plus a range of workshops, including food pairing with vodka, cocktail and tincture making. The best approach is to reserve online through their website, where you'll see all the options and various languages available. Standard guided tours in Polish begin on the hour and 20mins after; English tours at 40mins after the hour; tours in French, German, Russian and Spanish are also available, but must be booked 48hrs in advance (including audio guide tours). The final tours of the day begin at 19:00 Sun-Thu and 20:00 Fri-Sat.
There is also the possibility of organising 'night tours' outside of museum opening hours - after 19:00 or 20:00, before 12 noon or on Mondays. Booking is required 7 days in advance.
Thanks to their sizeable function room, there is also the possibility of organising events there! Enquire for more details.
Note that those under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Average visiting time: 1.5hrs.