Warsaw is city full of beautiful views and interesting places to go. One of them is Warsaw Vodka Museum: an unique exposition about polish most popular liquor. What should you know before visiting this place?
As exhibitions concern only vodka, its history and process of preparing this drink – the museum can be visited by people over age 18. Thus, if you’re in Warsaw with underage companions – you might want to skip this place or find another fun activity for those, who cannot take part in the trip.
If you are a student or pensioner – you are allowed to buy a cheaper ticket. There are also cheaper options for groups, so if you would like to visit the museum with some friends – you can try to organize group sightseeing. What is more, tours in both English and Polish are organized on a daily basis, but there is also a possibility to ask for guide, who can speak other languages. In such case, you need to inform the museum a couple of days earlier and pay full payment for the visit in advance.
Where is it located?
The Warsaw Vodka Museum was made in a historic building of the Rectification Plant in the Koneser Praga Center. This location is all but random: in this exact place, there was the “Koneser” vodka factory, where Wyborowa and Luksusowa were poured.
The place is built in neo-Gothic style. It means, that not only the exhibits, but also buildings itself are worth seeing. They were renovated, but the unique climate has been preserved.
How is vodka prepared?
In the museum you can learn how are the best polish vodkas prepared and how did the process changed over the years. You will be able to see standard and interactive exhibitions, both equally interesting.
What is more, in the price of your ticket you get a chance to sample the best polish alcohol and if you’re willing to learn – sign for a course, on which you will find out, how to prepare tasty drinks. This place is a great opportunity not only for fans of this bevarage, but also for people, who never had the opportunity to try it.