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For children and adults – A training, conference or company trip can offer a great chance to take your children with you and spend some quality time with them.

  • ZOO in Gdansk Oliwa – is one of the biggest zoological gardens in Poland. It is an attractive place for both recreation and education and it is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. It is located in the very heart of the Tri-City Landscape Park, characterised by movie-like landscape and covers vast area of 1200000 m2 – www.zoo.gd.pl
  • Aquarium in Gdynia – in this aquarium one can see many unique fish, reptiles amphibians from all parts of the world, ex. Africa, North America and Europe – www.akwarium.gdynia.pl
  • Miniatura Theatre in Gdansk – this theatre focuses on young audience (children and teenagers). It offers many children’s classics of both Polish and International origin – www.teatrminiatura.pl
  • Multikino Cinema in Gdansk – 5 cinemas in one, offering a big choice of films, some of which in 3D – www.multikino.pl/gdansk
  • Medieval City Wall Tourist Attraction ‘’Fortress of Gdansk’’ – fascinating and unique place where one can admire military architecture. On Grodowa Mountain there is a modern science centre where one can learn about physics, astronomy, history and biology – www.hewelianum.pl
  • AquaPark in Sopot – the only water park in the North of Poland. Suitable for both children and adults – www.aquaparksopot.pl
  • Science Centre "Experyment" in Gdynia – a unique place where young explorers can experiment with physics and biology – www.experyment.gdynia.pl
  • "Roads to Freedom" Exhibition in Gdansk – exhibition about the Polish history of 1956-89 – www.ecs.gda.pl/wystawa
  • Ergo Arena in Gdansk – concert venue for international stars – www.ergoarena.pl

Music and Theatre:

  • Baltic Concert Hall – set in an old industrial building on the island of Olowianka in Gdansk. There are four concert halls and a patio area overlooking the Old City of Gdasnk – www.filharmonia.gda.pl
  • Baltic Opera in Gdansk – Gdansk opera dates back to 1646. Seats 476 people – www.operabaltycka.pl
  • Club ZAK in Gdansk – Modern Culture and Art Centre. It offers various attractions such as music, theatre, film and exhibitions – www.klubzak.com.pl
  • Cathedral in Gdansk Oliwa – is famous for its splendid organ. It comprises of 7,876 pipes and is decorated with movable angels and brightly painted stars. In summertime, these famous organs can be heard during amazing concerts – www.trojmiasto.pl/Katedra-Oliwska
  • Musical Theatre of Gdynia – it offers musicals from all over the world – www.muzyczny.org


– Gdansk City Hall

– Artus Court

– Uphagen’s House

– Museum of Amber

– Museum of Tower Clocks

– Fortress Wisloujscie

– Museum of Polish Mail

– Westerplatte

  • Marine Museum of Gdansk – set on both sides of Motlawa River with a small ferry operating – www.cmm.pl


  • Baltic Gallery Shopping Centre in Gdansk – biggest shopping centre in north of Poland – www.galeriabaltycka.pl
  • Fashion House Shopping Outlet – the only outlet in north of Poland, offering reduced prices of international fashion designers – www.fashionhouse.pl

For further attractions and pastimes in Gdansk, see the following websitewww.przewodnik.trojmiasto.pl