List of facilities and places in the neighbourhood
  • Cultural Heritage
    Koniaków
    The Museum of Lace is one of a few galleries in Koniaków presenting the intricate craft. The museum was established in 1962 to commemorate the most famous lacemaker - Maria Gwarek. In the museum we can see the exhibition presenting the art of lacemaking - from almost 150-year-old women's bonnets to contemporary handmade products, such as lingerie and tablecloths. Of particular note is an unfinished tablecloth, made at a special request of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Koniaków
    "Chata na Szańcach" in Koniaków is one of the most popular Regional Art Gallery. For a few years, it has been visited by more than two million people! You can see a variety of works by artists from the Beskid Triple-village: sculpture, painting, glass painting, graphic arts and carpentry, and, of course, Koniaków laces. The pride of the gallery is a 140-year-old lace cap, and probably the longest trembita in the world, which is 11 meters long.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Koniaków
    Koniaków is famous for the crochet works made by local lace makers. One of the places where we can take a look at these masterpieces of folk art is the Kamieniarz-Kubaszczyk Museum. It was founded in 1984 as the Creative Chamber of Helena and Mieczysław Kamieniarz. The main part of the exhibition consists of the laces made by Helen Kamieniarz (1931-2007). In addition to the laces, we can also admire other works of the folk artists belonging to this family.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Laliki
    The southern corners of the Silesian voivodeship with such villages as Istebna, Koniaków or Laliki are one of the most picturesque areas of Poland. It is also the region which for a long time has attracted lovers of wooden architecture and folk art. One of the pearls of these areas is a church in Laliki, which is situated in the hamlet of Pochodzita. The church belongs to the monuments lying on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Co roku 15 sierpnia w święto Wniebowzięcia Św. Maryi Panny na Hali Boraczej gromadzą się muzycy ze skrzypcami, piszczałkami, dudami, rozmaitymi instrumentami, by zagrać tradycyjne melodie Beskidu Żywieckiego, Śląskiego i Podhala, jak również ze Słowacji.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Nieledwia
    Zabytkowa dzwonnica wznosi się na miejscu dawnej karczmy. Pierwotna dzwonnica spaliła się podczas I wojny światowej, a w 1927r. została odbudowana w obecnej postaci przez miejscowego budowniczego Pytlarza.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Jaworzynka
    Jaworzynka is a village located literally "beyond the mountains, beyond the forests," in a picturesque area along the Polish, Slovakian and Czech border of the Silesian Beskids. Undoubtedly, one of the places worth visiting is a museum displaying regional exhibits. After moving a few other objects, it became a small open-air museum.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złatna
    Złatna, a highland village tucked amid the hills of the Żywiec Beskid, attracts tourists primarily with its landscape values. There are, however, some interesting monuments from the past, including, among others, ruins of a glassworks. Traces of a chamber furnace and the main building of the glassworks can be found in the hamlet of Złatna Huta. White and green glass was produced during most of the nineteenth century, when the owners of these lands were first the Wielopolskis and later the Habsburgs.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Jaworzynka
    The Trijunction is a geographical point at which the borders of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia meet in Jaworzynka, a village in the southern part of the Silesian Beskids. In a short distance, in the three countries, there are three villages, which all can be visited in less than 3 hours. An attractive, picturesque region is a popular place for pleasant walks and longer hikes, during which the visitor has an opportunity to explore the border areas of the three countries, or even taste Polish, Czech and Slovak beer.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Rajcza
    Although military operations did not take place in the Silesian and Żywiec Beskids, there are cemeteries, located in the mountain villages and towns, of soldiers killed in action or those who died in hospitals. One of the largest burial sites is a military sector in the graveyard in Rajcza. The soldiers who died in a field military hospital organized in the local palace of the Habsburgs are buried here.