The Museum of Marine Fauna and Flora in Jaworze Średnie is unique in the country. The museum operates at the Junior School No. 1 thanks to the efforts of its students and teachers. It was established through the generosity of one of the residents - boatswain Erwin Pasterny. He donated his collections of the fauna and flora of the South Seas to his former school. In 2011, an idea was launched erect a modern museum building.
Polish fortifications built in 1939 in the region
of Bielsko were part of a defensive system,
which had a length of about 10 km and was
located in the area of the stream valleys of the
Wapienica and Iłownica and the Klimczok
massif. The fortifications protected the city
from the west and north, and were one of the
largest networks of the Polish positions in that
time. They were constructed in the spring and
summer of 1939. 21 shelters, which were then
built, have been preserved until today.
The Roman Catholic Church dedicated to Divine Providence in Jaworze was founded by Arnold Saint Baron d'Anneaucourt Genoise in 1802. He was the first member of this family who was the owner of Jaworze. The church was erected in the Classicist style. From the outside, a centrally located, elegant dome merits attention. There is a parish cemetery next to the church. One section of the cemetery houses the tombs of the spa owners from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Szyndzielnia boasts of one of the cable cars
in Polish skiing resorts. Szyndzielnia with a
height of 1028 m above sea level lies within
the boundaries of Bielsko-Biała. It has
always been a hiking and skiing centre in the
Silesian Beskids. The first records
concerning winter sports here come from the
end of the 19th century. Here we have a
good example of both tradition and
The palace in Jaworze lies in a beautiful spa park, which now bears the name of Marshal Józef Piłsudski. The Classicist buildings were erected in the late eighteenth century, when the owners of the whole village were members of the Laszowski family. Soon, the local estate passed into the hands of the family of de Saint Genois d'Anneaucourt, who became famous for the establishment of a fashionable spa in Jaworze. Today, the palace houses the youth care centre.