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Top 6 Theme Parks And Amusement Parks In Poland - Updated 2020

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Poland is a popular European destination known for its amazing historic architecture, beautiful beaches, and scenic landscapes. Everyone who visits Poland has something or the other to experience and enjoy and that is the speciality of this land. Poland also has some of the magnificent theme parks that will satisfy the adrenaline junkie in you. Spend a day of outdoor fun in Poland by checking out the fabulous theme parks and amusement parks here. These are great spots to go on family picnics and kids absolutely love them. Most theme parks in this country are located close to its capital city Warsaw and hence it ensures easy travel. Check out our list of top theme parks and amusement parks in Poland.

1. Energylandia (from USD 61.0)

Energylandia Park is a popular theme park in Warsaw. This doesn’t mean that the theme park is only for children - people of all ages enjoy spending time at this stunning amusement park. This park is popular for its extreme zone consisting of thrilling rides such as super-fast roller coasters and carousels. There is also a waterpark filled with a number of activities, a family zone, and many other interesting facilities to explore in this theme park. This theme park provides free transfers from four nearest cities to attract visitors across the country. Energylandia is a land of extreme adrenaline rush that is worth exploring in Warsaw, Poland.

Energylandia - Extreme Children's Day!

Duration: 17 hours

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2. Legendia

Lech Coaster - Legendia - 2018
Source: Photo by user Tom a used under CC BY-SA 4.0

Legendia is an outstanding family fun place located on the outskirts of Katowice, Poland. This theme park has 40 different types of fun rides. This theme park has some interesting highlights such as a looping coaster, giving your head a big spin, the classic roller coaster called Tornado, the Legendia Flower wheel ride, water sports at the diamond river, dragon rider thrill rides, and dragon temple family rides. This theme park also offers a number of evening entertainment and planned fun activities. You can also participate in the group’s story-based 7-scenes ride named the magical world of Basilisk.

Legendia

Address: plac Atrakcji 1, 41-501 Chorzów, Poland

Website: Legendia

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3. Majaland Kownaty

Wilkołak Majaland Kownaty3
Source: Photo by user OGPawlis used under CC BY-SA 4.0

Majaland Kownaty is the first amusement park in Poland to introduce a wooden roller coaster, which is named “Werewolf”. This theme park has also opened a new extension that will be fully functional from next year. Some of the rides to try in this theme park include the rollercoaster, free-fall tower, Viking-themed duck carousel, magic bikes, swinger, wooden farm carousel, bumpy car rides, funhouse, themed playground, ball pool, slide, and a theater. You can also check out the outdoor activities like mountain climbing, fly fishing, and much more. Majaland Kownaty comes up with themed rides that will suit different seasons of the year to ensure a variety of experience to its recurring visitors.

Majaland Kownaty

Address: Kownaty 17, 66-235 Kownaty, Poland

Website: Majaland Kownaty

Opening hours: 10:30am - 5pm (daily)

Price: 39 - 69 PLN/ 10 - 17 USD

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4. Magiczne Ogrody


Magiczne Ogrody is a fairytale-themed one-of-a-kind amusement park with giant flowers, greens, and other interesting settings based on an original fairy tale. This theme park has a whole fairy tale forest planned for you with a number of interesting activities to experience. Some of the must-try park offerings are slides, playgrounds, swings, roundabout rides, tunnels, beach, rafts, fairy castle, and many other attractions that take you across the different landscapes of the fairyland. There is also a souvenir shop in this amusement park where you can purchase unique gifts for your loved ones. Spend a day of complete fun with your family in the magical gardens of this park.

Magiczne Ogrody

Address: Trzcianki 92, 24-123 Trzcianki, Poland

Website: Magiczne Ogrody

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5. Inwald Park

Inwałd, Poland - panoramio (150)
Source: Photo by user marek7400 used under CC BY 3.0

This amusement park is located in Inwald, Poland and has attractive places like the Dreamland Miniature Park, Inwald Fortress, Green Maze, Land of Moving Dragons, and a family amusement park. This amusement park consists of 65 miniature structures of popular buildings and architectural wonders from across the globe. You can check out the mid-level time architecture and people’s lives in the Inwald Fortress and settlements around it. The must-try rides of the family amusement park are Pirate Boat, Ferris wheel, autoscooter, Kiddie Carousel, Farm Train, Super Slide, Barrel Carousel, Egypt horror show, dumbo carousel, 5D cinema, jungle gym, wild river rafting, laser arena, and playgrounds.

Inwald Park

Address: Wadowicka 169, 34-120 Inwałd, Poland

Website: Inwald Park

Opening hours: Tue - Thu: 10am - 4pm; Fri - Mon: 10am - 5pm

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6. Deli Park


As you walk past the giant reptiles and rare animals from the pre-historic period in this park you will be spell-bound by the unique experiences it offers. Deli Park in Trzebaw, Poland has a variety of themed attractions split into three sections - Gardens of the World consisting of miniature architectural marvels and rock garden, mini zoo, with giant insects and pre-historic animals; Sky-eco-village, and mini rope park. This holiday season the park has a Christmas-themed park - a fairy tale land that will be exclusively open for guests for a period of two months between November 23 and January 23. There is also a small souvenir shop, cafe, and bar as well as a picnic spot at Deli Park.

Deli Park

Address: Poznańska 1, 62-060 Trzebaw, Poland

Website: Deli Park

Opening hours: 3pm - 7pm (daily)

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Polish theme parks for out-of-the-world experiences

Compared to the usual rides and roller coasters in a theme park, Poland’s amusement parks are highly innovative offering unique experiences every time to its visitors. They present a whole different world that lets you forget your mundane city life and escape to a fantasy world. Revisit your childhood memories and reinvigorate your magical dreams at these great Polish theme parks along with your family.

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