Wisła is a place of very rich skiing traditions going back to the XIX century. Thanks to one of our inhabitants Adam Małysz – a multiple world champion in ski jumping - the town has gained enormous fame and popularity not only in Poland but also in all the world. The museum of skiing which is located in ‘Ziemowit’ is really worth visiting. It contains a very large collection of ski equipment and some very unique old skies – some are from the end of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century. The most important objects are the skies used by the Champion of Poland Adam Małysz and skies of Piotr Fijas and Erwin Fiedor. The most unusual objects are ‘karple’ a kind of snowshoes. Altogether there are about 80 exhibits and also some ethnographic equipment and a collection of photographs concerning history of skiing.
Monday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Admission is free of charge