ATTRACTIONS

ATTRACTIONS

1. New Zoo
Open 365 days a year, the New Zoo is the perfect place to spend a day with family. The Poznań New Zoo also organizes events aimed at educating children through play, as well as lectures on endangered species and more.
More information: www.zoo.poznan.pl

2. Pyrland Rope Park
For climbing enthusiasts, but not only. Pyrland Park was also created for people who want to try their hand at walking among the treetops, but have no experience.
More information: www.pyrlandpark.pl

3. Maltanka
The Maltanta Park Railway is the attraction that children always enjoy the most, but it is also best way to reach the New Zoo. Its picturesque route runs along the Malta Lake. Maltanka is one of the last narrow-gauge railways in Poland.
More information: www.mpk.poznan.pl/turystyka/maltanka

4. Blubry – Poznań Legends in 6D
Interactive exhibition that allows you to feel the spirit of old Poznań. Blubry is a place where legendary stories are combined with modern technologies, and the visitor is both a participant and a creator of the action.
More information: www.blubry6d.pl

5. The Old Zoo
One of the two oldest zoos in Poland. Its origins date back to the nineteenth century. Currently, the Old Zoo is a public park, admission to which is free. All the time, you can see domestic animals (Cameroon sheep, goats, donkeys, chickens, etc.) and small exotic animals (Chinese muntjac, rhea, black swans, etc.).
More information: www.zoo.poznan.pl

6. AVENIDA Shopping Center
The shopping center located next to the bus and train stations is not only a place for shopping between transfers, but also a place where temporary exhibitions (eg Kolejkoland) are held.

7. Palm House
The Poznań Palm House is the largest in the country and one of the largest in Europe. On the area of ​​4.6 thousand m2, in 12 pavilions, about 1100 species of plants are presented, and 170 species of fish and about 50 species of aquatic plants in aquariums.
More information: www.palięćnia.poznan.pl/pl/

8. MTP2
On a daily basis, it is the exhibition hall of the Poznań International Fair, but it is also a place where more important concerts take place in Poznań.

9. Earth Hall
The Earth Hall is a modern plenary room, located in the Poznań Congress Center and seating nearly 2,000 people. Thanks to the possibility of arranging the hall in many ways, it can be a perfect place for conferences, banquets and concerts.
More information: www.poznancongresscenter.pl/sala-ziemi/

10. Poznań International Fair
Existing since 1921, Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie is one of the most important exhibition centers in Poland and in Central and Eastern Europe. The events taking place on the MTP grounds attract crowds of participants as well as exhibitors from all over the world.
More information: www.mtp.pl

11. Poznań Stadium
The football stadium at ul. Bułgarska is not only a sports arena. Apart from the regular matches of Lech Poznań’s team, other events at the stadium include concerts. In addition, the B17 Music Club is located under the eastern stand of the stadium. Those who would like to see the stadium from a slightly different side will have the opportunity to visit the stadium with a guide, or even ride a rope over the pitch.
More information: www.stadionpoznan.pl

12. Grand Theater
The Grand Theater in Poznań is one of the most important theater institutions in Poland, famous mainly for its excellent opera and ballet performances. Each year, the repertoire is filled with concerts, regular performances, and unique premieres of performances that attract both residents of Poznań and tourists.
More information: www.opera.poznan.pl

13. Castle
The Imperial Castle is both a historical treat and the seat of cultural institutions such as the Poznań June 56 Uprising Museum, Animation Theater, Palace Cinema, Centre of Culture “Zamek”, as well as a place of many excellent exhibitions and cultural events.
More information: www.ckzamek.pl

14. National Museum
The main building of the museum located at Al. Marcinkowskiego attracts art lovers with rich collections and workshops addressed to both the young and the elderly.
More information: www.mnp.art.pl

15. Citadela Park
Once Fort Winiary, today Park Cytadela. A place full of history and a turbulent past is now one of the most important points on the city map for those who like long walks, wanting to spend time away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, as well as for those looking for a place to exercise outdoors.

16. Old Market Square
a. Museum of Musical Instruments
One of the branches of the National Museum focused on music. Among the exhibits, we can find musical instruments from different eras, as well as the Oscar statuette won by Jan A.P. Kaczmarek.
More information: www.mnp.art.pl
b. Croissant Museum of Poznań
We always recommend the Croissant Museum of St. Martin’s Croissant in Poznań. The admission ticket includes a croissant show and the preparation of your own croissant.
More information: www.rogalowemuzeum.pl
c. Archaeological Museum
A branch of the National Museum, where you can admire, among others, exhibitions related to the beginnings of the Polish state, ancient Egypt, as well as many interesting temporary exhibitions.
More information: www.mnp.art.pl

17. Parish Church – Poznań Fara
Fara, or the sixteenth-century collegiate basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St. Mary Magdalene is considered one of the most beautiful baroque religious buildings in the country. The building impresses with rich decorations on the facade and interior. It is both a place of prayer and often helds organ concerts. On selected days, sightseeing is possible for an additional fee.
More information: www.farapoznanska.pl, www.fara.archpoznan.pl

18. Archaeological Reserve Genius Loci
Archaeological Reserve Genius Loci has an exhibition of mementoes of the beginnings of the Polish state and the city of Poznań. The fully interactive exhibition introduces viewers to the original buildings of Ostrów Tumski from the 10th century
More information: www.rezerwat.muzarp.poznan.pl

19. Cathedral
The Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Poznań is one of the oldest Polish churches and the oldest Polish cathedral. For a fee, you can also see its underground.
More information: www.katedra.archpoznan.pl

20. Porta Posnania ICHOT
Porta Posnania ICHOT tells about the history of Ostrów Tumski and the role that this place played at the time of the formation of the Polish state. The task of this place is to present the history in such a way that the visitor would be intrigued and want to see the monuments of Ostrów Tumski with his own eyes.
More information: www.bramapoznania.pl

21. Termy Maltańskie aquapark
The largest water sports and recreation complex in Poland using natural geothermal waters. Located on the picturesque shore of Lake Malta, close to the city center, it offers great entertainment and relaxation.
More information: www.termymaltanskie.com.pl

22. Lake Malta
Malta Lake is the cultural and sports heart of the city. Important international events take place at the Regatta Track, and runs are organized around the lake.

23. Museum of Historical Costume in Poznań
The collection of the museum includes antique clothes and fashion accessories mainly from the nineteenth century. It is the largest private collection of 19th century complete dresses in Poland, which are made available to the public.
More information: www.xixgallery.com


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