Museum of the Żywiec Brewery

In the city
Contact ul. Browarna 88,
34-300 Żywiec
tel. +48 33 861 24 57
tel./fax +48 33 861 96 27


The Żywiec Brewery Museum is a private museum of the Żywiec Group. It was opened in September 2006.

The museum is located in the former cellar of the Arcyksiążęcy Browar in Żywiec. Numerous exhibits, multimedia and interactive applications make visitors move into distant times, learn about the rich history of the brewery, beer production technology, beer styles, places where the beer is produced and the first brewers created in the 19th Żywiecka School of Brewery. Numerous exhibits include a rich collection of bottles, glasses and beer mugs.

After sightseeing, guests have time to rest and taste Zywiec beer. The last point of the visit to the museum is a souvenir shop, where everyone can find something interesting for themselves.

The Museum offers adults visiting the Archduke Brewery in Żywiec, which was founded in 1856 by the arch-duke Albrecht Fryderyk Habsburg.

The Żywiec Brewery Museum is one of the objects of the Industrial Monuments Route of the Silesian Voivodeship where it was awarded the title of the Star of Technology. Since 2010, the so-called anchor points of the European Industrial Heritage Route, which testifies to its supra-regional significance for the industrial history of Europe.

Museum and Brewery in Żywiec is an interesting destination for both enthusiasts of the history of the region and the beer itself.

The museum has already visited over 950,000 people. Not only guests from Poland, but also from other European countries, the United States, Canada, as well as more distant ones like Japan, Korea, India, China, Brazil, Argentina or Australia, come to the Museum.

More information about the museum and booking the visit can be found on the website.



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Żywiec, Śląskie
, 34-300 Żywiec

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