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The Koliba villa, the first building erected to Stanislaw Witkiewicz's design in the Zakopane Style, is situated at Kościeliska Street, Zakopane's oldest street with time-honoured houses and characteristic Tatra crofts at every step. In these...more
I would recommend to visit this museum as you will learn the history behind the style of Zakopane houses, while at the same time having a chance to see the interior of a house, and different pieces of art.
This place was amazing not far from town and on the main road so really easy to find. Absolutely great if your into architecture as you can really see and appriciate all the detail that was put into building such an amazing structure. All the...More
Beautiful structure and interior furnishings. A labor of love by designers and staff! Especially enjoyed the caricature art depicting various Polish politicians and public figures from an earlier time. The history of the house is fascinating. Get a combo ticket and also visit the small...More
It is an essential visit of the "Zakopane style" of wooden architecture. The building itself is great ..though really not fully authentic as it was severely damaged and refurbished several times. The main drawback is the minute amount of relevant info on the architecture itself...More
on Tuesday, August 8th we decided to visit the Koliba museum, run to the door at 17:31, it said that the last possible entrance is 30 minutes before closing (18:00). The gentleman who was guarding the door told us we are too late, we sadly...More
It was fun to see but not very special or big. Nice people though and they explain a lot. There was another museum 500m from this one, we bought a ticket to visit both of them. The other one was only two rooms with old...More
Great museum that exxplains the history behind the traditional wooden building style that was developed in Zakopane. One of a series of buildings in a street that is definitely worth visiting in the town.
Very unique and friendly staff at the museum who were amazingly...More
The display is well presented. I think this place needs a guide in person to explain how the people used to live. Instead, they give you a piece of paper in English to read... More so, there was a man at the cash register who...More