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Centrum Nauki KopernikCopernicus Science Centre
ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20
tel. + 48 22 596 41 00

The largest interactive educational museum in Poland, created for children and young people to allow them independent experimenting. It comprises a multimedia planetarium, where shows are viewed on a spherical screen, surrounding the audience. More 


ul. Ratuszowa 1/3
tel. +48 22 619 40 41

Over 3,500 animals representing 500 species live here. Some – such as hippopotamuses, sharks, and seals – can be viewed at feeding times. The Fairytale Zoo has been set up with the youngest fry in mind – this is where children can feed donkeys, ponies, and Angora goats all by themselves. The Zoo also has three playgrounds with swings and slides. More

Palace of Culture and Science
Palace of Culture and Science (Pałac Kultury i Nauki)
pl. Defilad 1, tel. +48 22 656 76 00

This is the most characteristic (and the tallest) building in Warsaw, standing at 231 meters, making it every tourist‘s point of reference. In the Palace of Culture there are 3,288 rooms and its major attractions include the viewing terrace on the 30th floor, and virtual time travel at the History Horizon stand. Wearing special goggles, visitors can choose between staying in Poland’s capital of the 21st century, and taking a journey back to World War II. Another interesting features of the palace are its unique inhabitants – cats “patrolling” underground areas  and migratory falcons having their nest in the tower. 


PGE Narodowy

PGE National Stadium
al. Księcia Józefa Poniatowskiego 1 

The largest stadium in Poland, erected for purposes of the UEFA EURO 2012™ Championships. Various events and numerous exhibitions are organised here, including the 3D Prehistoric Aquarium, and the giant “City” railway model with over 40 locomotives. Riding the zip-line or a go-cart on a tarmac track can be extra fun for thrill-seekers. In wintertime, the stadium morphs into the largest “Wintertown” in Poland, with 3 skating rinks, an ice-hill, a curling track, and the biggest indoor skate park in Warsaw. More

Park Miniatur

The Miniatures Park of the Mazovian Voivodship
ul. Senatorska 38, 00-095 Warszawa

A display of 18th- and 19th-miniature buildings which disappeared from Warsaw’s landscape or changed their form entirely. These 1:25 models have been developed down to the tiniest architectonic detail and with numerous elements of their historical surroundings: figurines of people in period costume, carriages, horse-drawn trams, and vintage cars. 


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