The first Polish Vodka Museum at the Theater Square in Warsaw comprises the world’s largest collection of exhibits related to vodka history - a national spirit of Poles and the world’s most popular spirit.
Many museums dedicated to local spirits operate in many countries, which comprise one form of preserving a cultural heritage of particular nations. Poland constitutes the country of vodka, has been produced in our country for ages and constitutes relevant element of the national history, tradition and culture.
The world’s unique collection of Vodka Museum resulted from merger of Adam Łukawski’s and Piotr Popiński’s rich collections gathered for over 20 years. It’s complimented by exhibits either donated or loaned by alcohol producers, institutions, museums and private collectors from Poland and abroad. Exhibits are presented in a form of permanent and periodic exhibitions as well as during lecturers, workshops and education activities.
The Vodka Museum at the Theater Square in Warsaw is one of the most interesting museum concepts in Europe, a mandatory attraction on the tourist map of Warsaw.