Vodka Museum

Whisky is to Scotland as wine is to France, and going by the same logic, vodka is to Poland.  Now, I fully understand that most  experiences you may have had with Polish vodka have likely been undertaken in a party setting with the intention [of your host] to make you drink as much as possible! The Vodka Museum is an independent undertaking, its origins formed in the pure passion for Poland's national drink by the owners of the fantastic Elixir restaurant. It aims to show you the fascinating history of Polish vodka, and to teach you how it should be respectfully, slowly sipped, tasted, and more importantly - enjoyed (think how you would treat a dram of whisky and you get the idea).

Don't worry, you'll get to have a tasting at the end. The museum contains hundreds of original pieces connected to vodka, showcasing such unique items as a Napoleonic soldier's canteen, once filled with vodka for the Russian campaign, to vodka sent to the U.S. during the prohibition of alcohol in the 1920-30s (a brotherly gesture, for alcohol starved brothers across the pond!).

A visit to this museum is an eye-opening and enjoyable experience, which instills in any visitor a new appreciation for the spirit. Tickets cost 30zł to see the permanent exhibition, whilst an included vodka tasting session is available from 35zł to 199zł. Group tours are available for min. 5 people in Polish and English. Highly recommended and not to be missed! Though you can enter during open hours, it's a good idea to make a reservation because this place fills up fast! 



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Open 13:00- 19:00. Fri, Sat 13:00-20:00, Sun 13:00- 19:00, Closed Mon.
Last entrance 60 minutes before closing.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 30zł.

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