National Museum of Agriculture and Agricultural-Food Industry
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. In several thematic sections, the changes that have occurred in agriculture since ancient times to the present day can be traced here - from the expositions of primitive radels and flails to machines and devices that demonstrate technical and biological progress in agriculture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
There is a section called Tarpan Museum, which features various examples of the Polish off-roader, including a papal Tarpan and a military Honker
Opening times: 9 AM to 3 PM