Museum of the Central Industrial District

Museum of the Central Industrial District in Stalowa Wola, where you can see industrial machines, documents and photographs related to industrial plants.

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The core of the collection of the Museum of the Central Industrial District in Stalowa Wola are monuments related to the history of Stalowa Wola - the most important industrial and urban development of the Central Industrial District, formed in the years 1937-1939. The unique collection of archival materials and iconography concerns the leading investment of COP, which included the construction of Zakłady Południowe (later Huta Stalowa Wola), a power plant and a modernist urban and architectural complex - the Stalowa Wola housing estate.

The resources were successively expanded with products coming from factories that were established during the implementation of COP or significantly developed their operations then. Currently, the collection is dominated by technical monuments: production machines (machine tools) used to produce metal parts, parts of power plant installations, including: turbine, radios, gas meters, telephones from the era of the great economic boom, and many other items produced for civilian needs. The collection of spatial monuments also includes a set of military items and military equipment produced in the late 1930s.

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Basic:

  • Icon Paid entry
  • Icon 2 years of operation

Categories:

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Address:

ul. Hutnicza 17, 37-450 Stalowa Wola

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