Osada Młyńska (Mill Settlement) is a historic miller's farm from the 1920s, consisting of a set of wooden buildings, including a miller's house, barn and stable, as well as a mill and sawmill building. A registered private museum was created in the settlement in 2016.
Before World War II, the water mill operating here used to provide services to local residents. During the war, the partisan units found shelter on the farm. Before the war, the miller Józef Winiarski underwent radiotelegraphy training, then in the resistance he was the deputy radiotelegraph instructor for the Tarnów-Brzesko region and he trained the local communication teams of the Home Army and Peasants' Battalions. His mill produced flour for the needs of partisans. After the war, Józef Winiarski expanded the farm. Along with the electrification of the village in 1960, an electric mill and sawmill was launched into operation. In 2010, the farm was placed under conservation protection, due to the unique ethnographic values preserved in the settlement, but also because of the preserved old rural industry related to milling and sawmill. The objects and documents collected for years initiated the creation of the museum.