Muzeum Magicznego Realizmu zostało otwarte 26 kwietnia 2017 roku. Ponad 300 obrazów, rzeźb i grafik czołowych, polskich twórców surrealizmu, a także izba poświęcona Julianowi Ochorowiczowi – to wszystko miłośnicy sztuki i historii znajdą w odrestaurowanym budynku „Ochorowiczówki” w Wiśle. Muzeum Magicznego Realizmu jest największą tego typu instytucją w Europie i czyni z Wisły istotne miejsce na kulturalnej mapie nie tylko Polski, ale całego Starego Kontynentu.
Adam Małysz is already regarded one of the legends of Polish sports. In Wisła, which is the home town of this ski jumper, there is a real find for every fan. This is the Adam Małysz Gallery of Sports Trophies. In a few rooms of the building at 48a 1 Maja Street, Crystal Balls of the four-time World Cup winner, medals of the World Championships and the Olympic Games, trophies, sports equipment, a ski suit, and memorabilia of the champion form Wisła are on display.
Wisła is one of the most extensive towns of the Silesian
province. The center is relatively densely built, but
houses also line long valleys. Old wooden buildings have
survived in small numbers: a representative example is
the cottage "U Niedźwiedzia". We can encounter more
distinctive villas built when the resort was founded.
There are buildings erected in the style of the interwar
functionalism, which surround the Bogumił Hoff Square.
Large holiday centers come from later times.
The railway bridge in Łabajów, located in the vicinity of
the train station of Wisła Głębce is one of the largest
such structures in Poland. The bridge of seven arches and
eight pillars is 122 m long and 25 m tall. The brick
construction was erected over the valley floor in the
years 1931-1933. It is located along the popular tourist
railway line from Katowice to Wisła Głębce.
In Wisła, one of the most popular resorts in Poland, fans of
industrial monuments can see two unique buildings of civil
engineering from the interwar period - railway bridges - one
over the Dziechcinka valley and the other over the Łabajów
valley. The latter, bigger is better known, but the other is also
worth looking at. It stands on three arches rising to an
impressive height of about 13 meters.