Lesser Poland
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Our most recommended Lesser Poland Activities for Kids

  • Krakow: Energylandia Amusement Park Entrance Ticket

    1. Krakow: Energylandia Amusement Park Entrance Ticket

    Spend your day at Energylandia, the biggest Amusement Park in Poland, offering an impressive number of varied attractions situated on 35 hectares of land, designed with all age groups in mind - children, teens, and adults.  Delight in a fun day out at one of Europe's biggest amusement parks. Discover a fairy tale place for the little ones and adults alike, with attractions for every age. Whiz down thrilling rides and roller coasters, and enjoy spectacular live shows by professional artists. Spend time with the kids in the family zone, with activities to keep the whole family happy. Adrenaline-seekers can head to the rides, and take a turn on the second fastest roller coaster in Europe — if they dare. Bring your swimsuit and splash around in the water park, with 1,800 square meters of pool space, all included in the ticket price.

    Super places, activitates and shows for our family (children 3, 8, 10 yeaes old)

  • Krakow: Historical Walking Tour for Families and Kids

    2. Krakow: Historical Walking Tour for Families and Kids

    Avoid the usual sightseeing tours and discover the highlights of Krakow with a family-friendly private guide. Exchange boring historical facts for intriguing legends and fairy tales to keep your kids entertained at all times. Marvel at the monuments of Main Market Square in the historic Old Town, along with other landmarks such as St. Mary's Basilica and Wawel Cathedral on Wawel Hill, where the kings of Poland set up residence in the 17th century. Follow your guide on an exciting adventure that includes tasks for children. Try to defeat the legendary Wawel dragon to look inside his amazing cave. Hear about events from the Middle Ages and learn about the more recent history of the city along the way. You can opt for a 3-hour option to check how confectioners create sweets, where sugar artists will show you the art of hand-made sweets in their factory. You will of course receive still-w...

  • Krakow: Historyland Skip-the-Line Admission Ticket

    3. Krakow: Historyland Skip-the-Line Admission Ticket

    Visit Historyland in Krakow and learn about the history of Poland in a fun and unique way. In Historyland, history is shown through LEGO bricks. Walk through different LEGO brick models of a variety of events that took place in Poland. Look at Medieval brave knights fighting for their castles on battlefields. Find out interesting facts about the turbulent history of World War II. Use virtual reality goggles to travel over the monastery of Jasna Góra and play St. Mary’s trumpet call. Motion sensors control the light and weather displayed on the screen to create a fun experience. Young explorers can visit the games room where they can create LEGO models of towns and people.

  • Krakow: Family Friendly Historical Walking Tour

    4. Krakow: Family Friendly Historical Walking Tour

    Avoid the usual sightseeing tours and discover the highlights of Krakow with a family-friendly private guide. Swap boring historical facts for intriguing legends and fairy tales to keep your kids entertained at all times. Marvel at the monuments of Main Market Square in the historic Old Town, along with other landmarks such as St. Mary's Basilica and Wawel Cathedral on Wawel Hill where the Kings of Poland set up residence in the 17th century. Try to defeat the legendary Wawel dragon to look inside his amazing cave. Hear about events from the Middle Ages and learn about the more recent history of the city along the way. Opt for the 3-hour tour option to check how actually confectioners are doing candies. Sugar artists will show you the art of hand-made sweets in their factory. After this, taste still warm candies and get them home. If you choose the 4-hours version, enter the Historyla...

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What people are saying about Lesser Poland

The great experience. Very good attractions for adults and children, there are not many people and what took us the most to climb an attraction was about 15 minutes. There are many places to rest, where to eat and where to buy souvenirs. The trouble is that I could not enter immediately because there was a problem with my entry since according to them, the code of my entry had already been used, but in the end and after 30 minutes I could enter through the entrance of the baby carriages :( I recommend buying tickets directly at the park since it will not take more than 2 minutes in the queue.

Great day out.

Slight confusion re ticket we were sent to print off and actual ticket needed to get in. Sent to office and then lady there made contacts needed. She was very helpful. But delayed is getting in and queues already long then.

Perfect experience

Everything in this amusement park is well organized including all small details. Strongly recommend to all.

Super places, activitates and shows for our family (children 3, 8, 10 yeaes old)

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