Beskidzkie Centrum Zabawki Drewnianej Stryszawa
Beskid Wooden Toy Centre (BWTC) in Stryszawa
The offer is addressed to visitors of every age, particularly to children and young people; the site is attractive and friendly for families with children.
The first building is made of brick and has one storey – renovated in 2010, it is currently the Office of the Communal Cultural Centre in Stryszawa and the BWTC. The second building is made of wood – once a utility building, thoroughly renovated and adapted for cultural purposes in 2017, it supplements the offer of the BWTC, which focuses on the cultivation and promotion of the famous toy tradition in Stryszawa. The building contains the Toymaker’s Room – a restored kitchen room with the toymaker’s workplace and a catering part where you can drink a cup of tea or coffee, eat a piece of yeast pie, or a traditional meal. In the loft, there is an exhibition & workshop & conference room. A kids’ fun corner with traditional wooden toys.