1. Poland
  2. Mazovia Province
  3. Warsaw
  4. Polish Vodka Museum

Warsaw: Private Neon Museum and Vodka Museum Tour

Product ID: 383234
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Explore the North Praga district to travel back in time at the Warsaw Neon Museum. Following that, learn the history of "gorzalka" in the Polish Vodka Museum.
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Duration: 3 hours
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English

Pickup included

Please be ready at your accommodation 10 minutes before the tour starts. Always confirm the name that tour is booked with your chauffeur, who will wait for you with your name on an iPad. The driver will wait no longer than 15 minutes after the scheduled pickup time.
Wheelchair accessible

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Experience

Highlights
  • Discover the history of Polish vodka
  • Learn how neon signs have changed the world of advertising
  • Explore the North Praga district
Full description
Following collection from your Warsaw accommodation, begin your journey to the two of the Praga District's museums. Throughout your experience, travel by a luxury vehicle driven by an elegant, punctual, and professional driver. Your driver has an excellent knowledge of the topography of Warsaw, and is on hand to field any questions which may arise throughout your experience.

Situated within the Soho Factory complex of old industrial buildings housing designers and artists, the Neon Museum is devoted to the preservation of the iconic neon signs of the pre-World War II and communist era. Inside the museum, around 100 large, fully lit pieces are on display. Further salvaged signs are also dotted around the complex, becoming illuminated after dark.

Once done with your exploration of the Neon Museum, move on to the Vodka Museum. There you can learn how the first written record of the word vodka came from Poland in 1405, being included as part of the “Akta Grodzkie“ court documents from the Palatinate of Sandomierz. During that time, vodka was not widely used as a drink, but more as a medicinal substance for sterilizing wounds and numbing injuries. Once done touring the museum, your friendly driver returns you back to your tour starting point.
Includes
  • Hotel/address pickup and drop-off
  • Transportation by luxurious private car
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • English-speaking driver
  • Entrance ticket to the Neon Museum
  • Entrance ticket to the Polish Vodka Museum
  • WiFi on board
  • Parking fees
  • Water
What’s Not Included
  • Lunch or snacks
Not suitable for
  • Children under 18 years

Prepare for the activity

Important information
What to bring
  • Passport or ID card
  • Comfortable shoes
Know before you go
• This tour will take place rain or shine

From £85.14 per person

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