Multimedia Fountain Park
The ‘Water – Light – Sound’ multimedia shows take place each Friday and Saturday from May till September at 9.30 pm ( during September - 9 pm)
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Directions to Multimedia Fountain Park
The Multimedia Fountain Park comprises two fountains: the main one, with area of over 2 200 sq m, and the line fountain, with the length of 120 metres, called the water organ. Children can play in a nearby water playground (the so-called pluskowisko), whose area totals 140 sq m.
The ‘Water – Light – Sound’ multimedia shows take place each Friday and Saturday from May till September at 9.30 pm ( during September - 9 pm). On other weekdays, the shows do not include lasers and sound. The shows last approximately half an hour, and should be great fun for the whole family.
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