The collection of the Polish Fiat Museum is truly unique. Everyone will find something for himself. Classics of FSO and FSM production, the most interesting versions of Fiats 126, 125, Polonez and Italian versions, film and sports cars and prototypes.
Antoni Przychodzeń opened the Fiat 126p Museum in the rooms of a disused factory on Karpacka St. Included in the collection is the green ‘maluch-kabriolet’ (‘tiny tot’ cabriolet), the diesel-fuelled ‘maluch’, the ‘maluch’ on caterpillar tracks and many more.
The museum is the only institution of this type operating on the basis of the Regulations of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, under the patronage of the Ministry of National Defense, which constantly and dynamically cooperates with the institution, providing visitors with ever new gems, while enlarging the collection of over 2,000 exhibits.
Muzeum Narodowego Rolnictwa i Przemysłu Rolno-Spożywczego
The museum occupies an area of 10 hectares. The expositions are currently dispersed over a dozen pavilions and shelters. In its collection the museum has about 16 000 objects of different sizes - from small, simple tools to large locomobiles (the oldest is the English Robey & Corn from 1895) and steam engines.
You can see vehicles produced in Poland during the heyday of Polish motoring ere. It is a place where memories come to life, beauty and simplicity delight, and pride and admiration grow. You can see agricultural equipment, e.g. Bizon, Vistula, URSUS tractors, passenger cars, e.g. Mikrus, Warsaw, Syrena, etc., as well as special vehicles such as fire trucks. There is also a corner dedicated to Polish firefighting. Equipment would put out more than one fire there. Let's not forget about motorbikes: Komar, SHL or OSA, which are still impressive today.