What do children love the most in Poland?

Poland is the perfect place to relax and unwind with your children. Our country offers many original attractions for younger tourists while keeping their parents in mind as well. The map of these unique places continues to expand with new addresses that provide unforgettable experiences for families and often educate children through sheer fun.

Because of the diversity of themes among the travel options for families with children, there’s something to make everyone happy. So, what can you find in this wide repertoire? First of all, the typical spots are providing recreation and entertainment, such as amusement and water parks. Among these, you will find Energylandia, the largest family amusement park, both in Poland and in Europe. A unique atmosphere comprising seven zones, including a wet one and record-breaking roller coasters, makes the park in Zator in the Małopolskie Voivodeship one of Poland’s most visited tourist attractions. Other large and popular theme parks include Legendia — Silesian Merry Town in Chorzów and the indoor park called Mandoria — the City of Adventures in Rzgów in the Łódzkie Voivodeship. If you add to that the largest indoor water park in Europe — Suntago in Wręcza in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship —you get a complete paradise for young ones to explore.

In a land far, far away — or maybe closer than you think — you will discover a world of fairy tales in Poland, a world of fun for children and adults alike. In many corners of our country, you can find a variety of places based on fairy tales and legends, each of them promising a unique, unusual way for families to spend time together. One of these is the European Fairy Tale Centre, located in the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, a region full of magic and legends.  When visiting the European Fairy Tale Centre of Koziołek Matołek in Pacanów, children and adults are immersed in a dreamland of colors and surprises. It’s a unique place that inspires through play. Surrounded by a sensory garden with gazebos, it also has a blacksmithery and an amphitheater. The little ones will also be amazed by the Magical Gardens in Janowiec in the Lubelskie Voivodeship and the Farm of Illusions in Mościska in the Mazowieckie Voivodeship.

Another interesting group of attractions for children are parks and educational centers. For example, the JuraPark Science and Entertainment Park in Krasiejów in the Opolskie Voivodeship and the Bałtów Tourist Complex in the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship offer a multitude of exciting things to do. Visiting Warsaw’s Copernicus Science Centre, the EC1 educational and cultural complex in the former power station in Łódź, and the Experyment Science Centre in Gdynia are also worthwhile outings.

Take your kiddos to these and many other places in Poland that will stimulate their imagination and curiosity, bring them pure delight, and make you feel young, too!

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