Attractions for children in Pomorskie

Pomorskie through the eyes of a child - what attractions await here for the youngest? Pomorskie region is - as someone well noticed - a "sea of ​​possibilities" for arriving tourists and residents. The wide range of attractions makes that not only adults, but most of all children, feel here like fish in the water - sometimes in the literal sense.

Communing with nature - sandy beaches, the sea, lakes - and participation in interesting events is not only a possibility of fun, but also an encouraging form of education for the youngest. Pomorskie has an innumerable number of places that are worth visiting with their pupils and plenty of opportunities for family and active recreation.

Clean and sandy beaches in Pomorskie are dream places for children to play

When asked what areas must be seen and in which events to participate, it is difficult to answer unambiguously. Below we will try to bring a bit of the amazing attractions of the region, which will reveal the mystery ... Visiting, which cannot be overlooked in the family plans is the Tri-City, which means: Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot.

Gdańsk attractiones for children

In saying that everyone will find something for themselves here, there is no exaggeration:

• Lovers of sweets will be delighted - CIU-CIU Art is a must for them in Gdańsk. It is the smallest in Poland manufacture creating sweets based on seventeenth-century technology.
manufaktura tworząca słodycze w oparciu o XVII wieczną technologię.• In the same city there will also be something for small scientists - Hewelianum Center - giving the opportunity to learn through fun.
• Fun for animal lovers is undoubtedly the ZOO in Gdańsk giving the opportunity to meet as many as 200 species of animals!

Gdynia for everyone
• Extreme sports enthusiasts will also find something for thenselves - Kolibki Adventure Park is a great adventure for supporters of strong experiences. Off-road vehicles, quads, paintball, children's amusement park - this and many other attractions await guests in Gdynia.
• Sopot, apart from walking along the longest pier in Europe, is an opportunity to visit the local Aquapark. Water attractions will please everyone - regardless of their age.
However, Pomorskei is not only the Tri-City, but many other coastal towns and extensive Kashubia. There is also where to stay. The World of Labyrinths in Scar, City Park with the largest playground in Wejherowo, Malbork Castle, the upside down house in Szymbark, Kashubian Miniature Park, Łeba Park - one of the best Dinosaur Parks in the country and observation tower in Wieżyca. It is worth to remember also the name Dolina Charlotty. A dream place for leisure for entire families with a forest amphitheater and the legendary Rock Legends festival. Children will certainly not be bored here, there are many interesting attractions waiting for them here: Rope Park, Zoo with Land of Fairy Tales, Water Safari Zoo, Seal Center, kayaks and pedal boats, fishing, horse rides, playground, football pitch mesh, inflatables and many amenities. Come and discover Pomorskie, we assure you that it is not even half of the attractions that await families with children.

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The Museum of Central Pomerania

The building on Dominikańska Street in Słupsk was constructed in 1507 by Bogusław X, the Duke of Słupsk.

The Castle was initially built in the gothic style. It was expanded and reconstructed in the Renaissance style near the end of the 16th Century. In the past, the Castle was the home of the Pomeranian Dukes from the Gryfit dynasty. During the German rule of Słupsk, it served as a crop and weapon and a prison, which ibrought about its destruction. After World War II, it was it underwent a thoroughly renovation, which covered the reconstruction of the tower capital. The Castle is currently the home of the Museum of Central Pomerania in Słupsk.

The collections of the museum include decorated sarcophaguses, which served the burials of Duchess Anna de Croy, and her son Ernest Bogusław, royal apparel and jewellery. The first floor hosts the exhibition entitled "Past Pomeranian Art, 14th to 18th Century", which contains interesting elements of both sacral and secular art.

The museum is home to the world's largest collection of the works of Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz - Witkacy. Although the exhibition is mainly composed of portraits, there are also other works by the artist, including drawings and auto portraits, and publications, correspondence and photographs associated with Witkacy.

The Castle's room of knights hosts intimate concerts, including the Festival of Polish Pianism and other cultural and educational events.

The Castle complex also has a watermill from the first half of the 14thCentury, which is home to the exhibition and workshop of the Ethnographic Department of the Museum of Central Pomerania and the Amber Gallery. During the second half of the 16th Century, the expansion of the ducal home was accompanied by serious changes, particularly to the external appearance of the mill. The gothic granary windows were bricked up and all walls were veneered in order to give them a Renaissance look.

In 1965, the former Castle Mill was taken over by the Museum of Central Pomerania, which commissioned the Monument Conservation Workshops in Gdańsk and Szczecin with the reconstruction and adaptation of the venue to museum purposes. The conservation work covered the restoration of the Renaissance decoration to the facade and the demolition of the inside partition walls. The beautiful oak construction from the 16 Century was also revealed.

Three levels of the mill-granary host a permanent ethnographic exhibition, which depicts the folk culture of Central Pomerania.

The exhibition covers the native culture (Słowiniec, Bytowo Kashubia, Złotowo, the villages of Jamno and Łabusz near Koszalin), and the folk culture of the settlers who came to Central Pomerania after the most recent war.

The first room of the exhibition contains the tools and equipment used by the population of Central Pomerania, such as fishing equipment, tools for cultivating land and digging in peat, and household appliances.

The second floor is divided by brick walls into small rooms, which present objects of folk art and folklore - smithery, fabrics, furniture and others.

The top floor hosts the exhibition dedicated to the folk material culture of the settlers who arrived in the Recovered Territories after the war, e.g. folk attire from Opoczno and Łowicz. This is complemented by various artistic handicraft products. This part of the exposition also hosts temporary exhibitions presenting the folk creations of other regions of the country (sculptures, ceramics, paintings, embroidery, etc.).