Top 5 Things To Do with Kids in Warsaw


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Copernicus Science Centre

Top 5 Things To Do with Kids in Warsaw

Back in the 1990s, Polish Radio began organizing outdoor science and culture themed picnic events, where families could come and try fun hands-on experiments that demonstrated the laws of the universe in simple, tangible terms. The popularity of these eventually grew into a permanent complex of scientific displays, opened in 2010 and aiming to get absolutely everyone enthusiastic about science. More info

Lazienki Park - The Royal Bath

Top 5 Things To Do with Kids in Warsaw

Lazienki Park must be the loveliest, most enchanting city park in Europe. Right in the heart of the city, just south of the Old Town and Royal Route, it was once a country estate outside Warsaw's city walls. Its name, 'Royal Baths Park', comes from the bathing pavilion once located here. The estate was acquired and redesigned by the last Polish king, Stanislaw August Poniatowski, in the mid-18th c More info

Warsaw Zoo

Top 5 Things To Do with Kids in Warsaw

If you looking for an oasis of calmness in Poland's bustling capital city then Warsaw Zoo gives you the chance to do so in a setting that tastefully celebrates nature. Founded in 1928, this zoo gives homes to about 5,000 animals belonging to 500 different species including 31 species under a special rescue programme all spread over 40 hectares. Not only does it act as a haven for animals, historic More info

The Miniatures Park of the Mazovian Voivodship

Top 5 Things To Do with Kids in Warsaw

Masovian Voivodeship Miniature Park Foundation has been established in 2014 by the group of people who were passionate about the history and architecture of Warsaw. The idea of bringing back the legacy of pre- Second World War capital of Poland and popularization knowledge about Warsaw were linking all engaged persons. In other words, the organization’s main goal is, to extend and promote the k More info

Royal Garden of Light

Top 5 Things To Do with Kids in Warsaw

The Royal Garden of Light is an autumn and winter exhibition (open 7 days a week), that brightens up the garden surrounding Wilanów Palace. Thousands of colourful diodes have been arranged in a way that reflects the Baroque plant shapes and patterns. This is a must-see attraction for the approaching cold and dark evenings, for both children and adults. The Royal Garden of Light is open every day More info