Located in Praga-Północ museum documents over 600 years of vodka production in Poland. It is an interesting place to see, even if you’re not a fan of this liquor. Please notice, that to visit this place you need to be at least 18 years old.
Location of the Warsaw Vodka Museum
The museum is located in a very meaningful place: an old complex of the former Warsaw Vodka Factory “Koneser”. There is also a parking for visitors, located on -1 floor of the building.
Thus, coming by car is a great option for those, who don’t know the city very well. If you’re not feeling comfortable enough to travel by car, you can use public transport.
Beware, that the museum is closed on Mondays – take this into consideration while planning a visit. Tours with an English speaking guide are organized on everyday basis.
What can you see there?
Polish vodka is an important part of celebrating meaningful moments. Thus, founders of the museum decided to share its unique history with everyone who is willing to learn.
Visitors are introduced to the process of vodka creation, materials from which it’s created and finally – the unique flavor. The exhibition is partially interactive and will most definitely intrigue visitors.
In addition to the newly gained knowledge, visitors can also taste the unique, polish vodka. Visiting Warsaw, it’s one of the places you absolutely must see, as it shows a great piece of polish history and tradition.
Museum also organizes courses for people, who want to learn how to prepare drinks including vodka.