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22.08.2019, CZWARTEK


Petroleum Industry Museum in Bobrka


  • Bobrka
    Chorkówka 38-458
  • City: Bobrka
    City state: Krośnieński
  • First phone +48 13 433 34 89
    Second phone +48 13 433 34 78
    Fax: (013) 4333478
  • Latitude (X):
    N 49° 37' 58"
    Longitude (Y):
    E 21° 41' 56"

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Touristic attactions

Culture institutions
Heritage parks)


  • Grading system: Lack


Fot. J.Sołek


The Ignacy Lukasiewicz Petroleum Industry Museum at Bobrka is the world`s unique heritage park. The world’s oldest oil field was opened here in 1854. In this place we can find still existing hand-dug wells called Franek and Janina, also remains of the wells from 1854-1880. In the area of the heritage park we can see 8 historic wooden buildings, a former location of: machine shops, forge, boiler rooms, stores etc. In one of the administration buildings there are shown: the mementoes of Ignacy Lukasiewicz, gallery of portraits, geological exhibits, the plan of the Bobrka oil plant from 1879, models, photographs and drawings illustrating the development of oil drilling and production technology. Important part of this exhibition is one of the country`s largest kerosene lamps collections. The Museum archives preserve documents such as books, journals, maps, photo albums, share certificates, technical documents and drawings. On the Museum premises, the historical Naftusia House offers accommodation in its guestrooms.


Opening hours:


We invite you to visit every day except Mondays:
from 1 May to 30 September - 9.00 - 17.00
from 1 November to 31 March - 7.00 - 15.00
in April and October - 8.00 - 16.00
Tickets prices:
- Normal ticket - 10 zł
- Reduced ticket - 6 zł
- Movie show - 2 zł per person (minimum 5 people)
Guide - 30 zł (maximum 50 people)
Time for guided about 2 hours.
Lesson museum-30 zł, 40 zł (maximum 40 people)


Podkarpacka Regionalna
Organizacja Turystyczna

ul. Grunwaldzka 2 (wejście od ul. Matejki)
35-068 Rzeszów
tel. +48 17 852 00 09

"Project co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and the state budget through the Carpathian Euroregion in the CBC Programme Poland - Slovak Republic 2007 - 2013"