The site of a former Vodka factory, closed in 2007 and now restored to become one of the beacons of the newly renovated PragaKoneser Centre in the Praga district. We at IYP have been swept off our feet by Polish vodka (not in that way!), due to its fascinating history and variety, and now, we feel it our duty to enlighten all who visit the country about the fascinating details and metamorphosis of the drink which has for a long time suffered an image problem, associated with...umm...getting legless as quickly as possible. Times have changed. This is Poland's national drink, and therefore, proponents of vodka would like us all to approach the drink like Scots to whisky! 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. Polish tours begin on the hour and 20 mins after, and English tours are every 40 mins after the hour (French, German, Russian and Spanish available by booking in advance). The final tours of the day Tue-Sun begin 19:00. Please note, those under 18 are allowed to visit provided they are accompanied by an adult! A visit here is a must.