1.Museum for Children
Address: 1 Kredytowa St., 01-001 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon - closed; Tues, Wed and Fri - 11:00am-7:00pm; Thurs - 11:00am-5:00pm; Sat-Sun - 12:00pm-6:00pm
Prices: 0-14 PLN
Date of creation: 2012 r.
What's included in the attraction: organization of workshops, meetings with children's book authors, interactive exhibits for free learning and fun.
Website link: https://ethnomuseum.pl/muzeum-dla-dzieci/
Museum for Children is a branch of the State Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw, which is fully dedicated to the youngest visitors. The facility mainly has an educational function - it teaches through play, organizes interactive exhibitions, workshops and meetings for children, and even - half-schools and camps during the holiday season.
Admission for children to Year 7 is free of charge. For the rest of the little explorers above this age, there is a fee of 7 zl for a discounted ticket. Adults pay for entry to the museum - 14 zloty.
The Children's Museum meets the expectations and organizes birthday parties for the youngest birthday children. Attractions, games and activities are individually tailored to the age and tastes of children.
2.Copernicus Science Center
Address: Wybrzeże Kosciuszkowskie 20, 00-390 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon-Thu - 09:00-18:00; Fri - 09:00-20:00; Sat-Sun - 09:00-19:00
Prices: 19-37 PLN
Date of creation: November 5, 2010.
What's included in the attraction: multimedia planetarium, laboratories and studios, Robotic Theater, Discovery Park, and permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Link to the attraction's website: https://www.kopernik.org.pl/
Copernicus Science Center is an educational facility whose main goal is to develop science, inspire observation and experience and seek answers to burning questions. The center consists of an L-shaped building with numerous exhibitions, cafes, laboratories; a multimedia planetarium; Discovery Park surrounding the facility and Pavilion 512, which is a pavilion that is active during the summer season as an outdoor exhibition zone.
Price Normal tickets for exhibitions are 37 PLN, while in the case of tickets discounted is the amount 25 zł. In turn, the entrance fee for the Planetarium starts at 19 zloty. Ticket prices are subject to change for holidays and weekends, as well as special events held at the center.
To most popular attractions facility include: Robotic Theatre, High Voltage Theatre, Experimentation Zone whether Garden on the Roof.
Address: 3 Towarowa St., 00-811 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon-Sat - 10:00-18:00, Fri - closed
Prices: 9-18 PLN
Date of creation: May 8, 2015.
What the attraction contains: monuments of railroad technology, elements of railroad infrastructure, railroad maps, historical railroad uniforms, documents, photographs.
Link to the attraction's website: https://stacjamuzeum.pl/
Museum Station is a museum facility that took over the collection including the headquarters from the museum, which was liquidated in 2016 Railroad Museum in Warsaw. The museum also has a branch in Sochaczew, the Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum.
Ticket normal is available for purchase at PLN 18, while the discounted price is PLN 9. Children under the age of 7 are exempt from ticket fees, entering the museum for free. In addition, the Museum Station honors the Large Family Card, Warsaw Card or Warsaw Pass.
The museum has in its collection A rich collection of unique artifacts, including, among others, monuments of railroad technology (rolling stock or elements of railroad infrastructure), historical railroad memorabilia such as. railroad maps and mock-ups, original railroad uniforms, documents or photographs.
Address: Atlas Tower, 123a Jerozolimskie Avenue, 02-017 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon-Fri - 12:00-20:00; Sat-Sun - 10:00-20:00
Prices: 31-39 zloty
Date of creation: no information available.
What the attraction includes: interactive exhibits located in dark rooms for learning about the world of the blind.
Link to the attraction's website: https://niewidzialna.pl/
Invisible Exhibition is a unique attraction on the Warsaw map of facilities worth visiting with the smallest kids. In addition to its locations in the Polish capital, it can also be admired in the Czech Republic, the United States, Sweden and Hungary.
Admission prices vary slightly depending on the day of the week. From Monday to Friday, standard tickets cost 35 zlotys, while concessionary tickets cost 31 zlotys. For weekend days, a standard ticket costs 39 zlotys, while a discounted ticket costs 34 zlotys. It is also possible to purchase a group ticket, assuming that min. 20 tickets for people under the age of 18.
Invisible Exhibition thanks to interactive exhibitions In heavily darkened rooms, it allows you to get to know the world as it is can be seen by the blind. This is undoubtedly a great experience and an unforgettable experience.
5.Museum of Evolution PKiN
Address: Palace of Culture and Science, Plac Defilad, 00-110 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon - closed; Tues-Sat - 08:00-16:00; Sun - 09:00-15:00
Date of creation: 1968 r.
Prices: 6-30 PLN
What the attraction contains: dinosaurs from Mongolia, praptacians, reconstructions of extinct species, casts of large skeletons.
Link to the attraction's website: https://muzeumewolucji.pl/
Museum of Evolution of the Institute of Paleobiology of the Polish Academy of Sciences is a Warsaw museum fully dedicated to evolution and paleontology. The facility has permanent exhibitions, and also organizes equally interesting temporary exhibitions.
Admission for children under the age of 4 is free. For other little paleontologists over this age there is a fee of 6 zl for a discounted ticket. In turn, the price of a regular ticket is 12 zloty. Family tickets priced at 30 zlotys are also available for purchase.
The PKiN Museum of Evolution is an unusual attraction for the youngest. The facility's portfolio includes such exhibits as, for example. A model of a pterodactyl, an exhibition on the origin of man, a model of a stegosaur or dinosaurs from Mongolia.
Address: 1/3 Ratuszowa St., 03-461 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon-Fri - 09:00-18:00; Sat-Sun - 09:00-19:00
Date of creation: March 11, 1928.
What the attraction contains: departments such as the Elephant Room, Monkey Room, Invertebrate Room, Bird Room, Australian Enclosure and Aquarium.
Link to the attraction's website: https://zoo.waw.pl/
Warsaw's are zooy with a total area of as much as 39.47 hectares. As of 2007, there are more than 12,000 animals in the zoo, representing nearly 500 different species. The zoo was opened before World War II in 1928.
Admission for an adult in the summer season is PLN 30, while the price of a discounted ticket is PLN 20. In the low season, ie. October to March, are in force reduced ticket prices. At that time, a regular ticket can be purchased for 20 zlotys, and a discounted ticket for 15 zlotys. The zoo honors the Varsovian Card, which can further reduce ticket prices.
The zoo grounds are home to as many as 500 different species of animals, which their natural environment
have all over the world. The real fun for the youngest visitors is the colorful Safari Train, which will take the youngest visitors on an unforgettable journey.
Among the most famous specimens inhabiting the zoo are: Flamingos, Pooh rhino, Nile hippo Hugo, gorilla Azizi or chimpanzee Lucy.
7.Museum of Dollhouses, Games and Toys
Address: 15 Podwale Street, 00-252 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon-Sun - 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Prices: 22-30 PLN
Date of creation: June 1, 2016.
What the attraction contains: antique dollhouses, old toys, dolls and games.
Link to the attraction's website: https://www.muzeumdomkow.pl/
Museum of Dollhouses, Games and Toys is a place that deals with the collection and proper preservation of historical dollhouses. In addition, it collects old toys and games. The museum has two branches - the permanent exhibition is located at 15 Podwale Street, while the branch with temporary exhibitions is located at 2/4 Krzywe Koło Street.
Visiting all exhibitions with a regular ticket costs PLN 30, while a reduced ticket costs PLN 22. Children up to 100 cm tall, people over 100 years old and Warsaw Pass holders can visit the museum for free. It is also possible to purchase A ticket entitling only to visit temporary exhibitions.
The museum has in its collection a collection of original, almost fairy-tale-like exhibits, including but not limited to. Classic dolls' houses, stores, schools, hospitals, miniature chapels, dolls in habits and wedding outfits.
8.Farm of Illusions - Park of Education and Entertainment
Address: 9 Mosciska Street, 08-455 Trojanow (Mazowieckie Voivodeship).
Opening hours: Mon-Fri - closed; Sat-Sun - 10:00-18:00
Prices: 67.50-76.50 PLN
Date of creation: no information available.
What the attraction includes: obstacle courses, optical illusions, maze, tyroleans, magic shows, numerous playgrounds, carousels, roller coasters.
Link to the attraction's website: https://farmailuzji.pl/pol
Illusion Farm is a real paradise for children of all ages. Many excellent attractions await them here, which will make every family's weekend leisure time more pleasant. The park is located in the suburban town of Trojanovans, where you have easy access even from Warsaw or Radom.
A normal ticket for people over 16 years of age costs 76.50 zlotys. In the case of children under 16 years old, or concessionary tickets - their price is 67.50 PLN. The Illusion Farm also offers Family tickets for 1+2 and 2+2 families. All attractions in the park are included in the price of purchased tickets.
The Illusion Farm is divided into several thematic sectors, i.e., the sector related to illusion (For example, the Museum of Illusions or the House of Illusions), adventure sector (e.g., Pirate Bay, Egyptian Museum), the "move your head" sector, sector with active attractions (such as Jumpin' Pillows). In addition, the park has a magic show section, playgrounds, and extensive food and beverage service.
Address: 4 Rakowiecka Street, 00-975 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon-Fri - 09:00-17:30, Sat - closed, Sunday - 10:00-15:00
Date of creation: 1919 r.
What the collection contains: skeletons of extinct animal species, mineral resources, fossils.
Link to the museum's website: https://www.pgi.gov.pl/muzeum/
Geological Museum in Warsaw is a more than a century-old facility, which in its broad portfolio opens to the visitor all that the Earth hides - both modern and thousands of years ago.
A variety of exhibitions are available to visitors, ranging from permanent and outdoor exhibitions to temporary exhibitions and loaned collections. Admission to the museum is free for everyone Regardless of age for a full six days a week.
The exhibitions are thematically diverse and will interest everyone - especially the youngest explorers. Among the most famous exhibits, they will find first of all fascinating reconstruction of a Polish dinosaur - dilophosaurus, skeleton of a woolly mammoth, as well as extensive collections of rocks, minerals and fossils. In total, all available exhibitions have gathered about 4,500 exhibits.
Address: 51 Nowy Swiat Street, 00-042 Warsaw
Opening hours: Mon-Thu - 11:00-21:00; Fri - 11:00-22:00; Sat - 10:00-22:00; Sun - 10:00-21:00
Prices: 23zł - lollipop spinning workshop
Date of creation: no information available.
What's included in the attraction: candy-making demonstrations, lollipop spinning workshops, and the opportunity to buy handmade sweets.
Link to the attraction's website: https://www.manufaktura-cukierkow.pl/pl/
Manufaktura Cukierków is certainly the sweetest attraction on the map of Warsaw, which is a must-visit for every toddler. It is located in a prime location, right in the heart of the Polish capital on the popular New World.
The facility organizes lollipop spinning workshop Both for organized groups and individuals. The cost of participation is relatively small at 23 PLN per participant. In turn, for all those thirsty for sweet knowledge about how sweets are made from scratch - Manufaktura offers free demonstrations How they are created.
Manufaktura Cukierków is also A paradise for little sugar gourmets In every form. You can buy here various colored lollipops and candies, which are additionally free of gluten, lactose and harmful preservatives.