Looking for the best Poland theme parks?
As well as having ample historic sites, some of the best cities in Europe to visit with kids and delicious food, Poland boasts a range of family-friendly theme parks filled with thrilling rides and enchanting tales.
If you’re visiting Poland with kids, a trip to a theme park is one of the best things to do in Poland! Here are the best ones to visit!
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Poland Theme Parks
Amusement parks are a must-visit when traveling to Poland, particularly when exploring with children.
Poland’s theme parks offer a fantastic mix of thrilling roller coasters, gentle merry-go-rounds, exciting water rides, and spectacular live shows.
With attractions suited for visitors of all ages, there’s never a dull moment.
Note: If you’d prefer to visit water parks, make sure you read our article on the best water parks in Poland!
1. Zatorland – Dinosaur Park, Insect Park, and, Mythology Par
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 ( 191 Reviews) |📍 Location: Zator |
If you believe in learning while having fun, Zatorland is the perfect amusement park in Poland to visit.
The park’s focus is education through entertainment. Divided into four zones – Dinosaur Park, Mythology Park, Insect Park, and Funfair – Zatorland has over 60 attractions scattered across 20 hectares of lush landscapes.
The Dinosaur Park features 100 animatronic dinosaurs, including the world’s largest, an Argentinosaurus, which is the size of a multi-storey building.
Kids can discover the anatomy of an insect with the massive insect models at the Insect Park and learn about Greek gods and heroes on a cruise at the Park of Mythology.
The Funfair contains the entertainment centre and most rides, including a Ferris wheel, dino coaster, chain carousel, and crazy raft boat.
We suggest you spend more than one day at the park to see all its attractions. Check out the River Park, just 300 metres from Zatorland, for unique accommodations among the tree tops.
2. Miniature Park
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 ( 15 Reviews) |📍 Location: Międzyzdroje
Located in the seaside city of Międzyzdroje, the Miniature Park features a realistic replica of the Baltic Sea and the iconic monuments and lighthouses in countries along its coastline.
You’ll find landmarks from Poland, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, and Sweden.
Among the most popular miniatures are the Malbork Castle, the Helsinki Cathedral, Saint Petersburg’s Cathedral of the Resurrection and the Crane in Gdańsk.
Unlike many Poland theme parks, Miniature Park doesn’t have thrill rides or live shows. However, it’s a fantastic place to learn about Baltic culture, architecture, and history.
3. Legendia Silesian Amusement Park
⭐️ RATING: 3.5/5 (194 Reviews) |📍 Location: Chorzów
Opened in 1959, Legendia, located in the sprawling Silesian Park, is the oldest amusement park in the country. This Poland fun park covers 26 hectares and has over 40 attractions.
Among the most popular are the massive Ferris wheel Legendia Flower, a 12-metre water slide called the Diamond River, and the Lech Coaster, which won the 2017 best European rollercoaster.
Don’t miss Dolina Jaga, a rapid river ride on a copper cauldron. The Basilisk, Poland’s first interactive dark ride, has no age restrictions and is ideal for the entire family.
The park also has a spacious playground, a trampoline area, and a mini train that takes passengers through an enchanted forest.
If you’re looking for a Katowice theme park, Legendia is only 3 km from the city centre.
4. Farma Iluzji
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 ( 118 Reviews) |📍 Location: Mościska
Set on six hectares of a partly forested area, Farma Iluzji is stunningly scenic.
While it’s mostly known for its mesmerising illusions, it has everything you can ask for in a theme park, from playgrounds to magic shows to mini zip lines. In summer, you can swim in its outdoor swimming pools or have barbeques and bonfires in the picnic area.
Farma Iluzji has plenty of fab attractions and activities. Our favourite is the World of Illusions which includes the Mystery of the Abandoned Mine, Tunnel of Oblivion, and the Flying Mystery Hut.
The rides here are not as wild as in most Poland theme parks, but they are still fun, especially for younger children. Those who like thrill rides can check out Dragon 2.0, Monkey Tree, and the Pirate Ship.
5. Majaland Amusement Park Warsaw
Majaland is the newest amusement park in Warsaw, opening in May 2022. Owned by Studio 100, it features animated characters created by the production company and has 27 attractions, most of which are for children aged two to ten.
Though the rides are not extreme, you’ll still find thrilling ones such as Vic the Viking, Sky High, and the Wild Drakkar.
Majaland is perhaps the only theme park in Warsaw that you can visit all year round, thanks to its indoor park that remains open during winter.
The park also has a dancing fountain, carousels, playgrounds, an obstacle course, and a mini zoo. In summer, kids can swim in the outdoor swimming pool with slides.
6. Kolejkowo Park
⭐️ RATING: 4.5/5 ( 505 Reviews) |📍 Location:Gliwice
Another miniature park, but instead of landmarks, Kolejkowo Park showcases Poland’s largest railway model, spanning 510 meters of tracks with moving 15 moving trains.
There are miniatures of cars, buildings, towns, villages, landscapes, people and animals that make the diorama look more realistic. The streets even light up.
Kolejkowo Park is the perfect destination for rainy days and is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Upon entering the park, the staff will give you a map of Kolejkowo and a flyer with a list of items you need to find while exploring the exhibit.
⭐️ RATING: 4.5/5 ( 2864 Reviews) |📍 Location: Zator
The world-renowned Poland amusement park, Energylandia, boasts 52 attractions split into various themes. It spans 70 hectares and welcomes over a million visitors a year, making it the biggest theme park in Poland in size and attendance.
Energylandia is the ultimate thrill park, with 17 rollercoasters, including Mayan, a loopy inverted roller coaster, the enormous pendulum Aztec Swing, and the mega coaster Hyperion, which goes up to 77 metres at a maximum speed of 142 km per hour.
If you are with little kids too young to enjoy extreme rides, do not worry. Energylandia’s children’s zone caters specifically to guests between the ages of two to six, while the fairytale land features characters from stories and animated films.
The family zone offers a mix of mild and wild rides, while Dragon Town, home to the world’s tallest wooden coaster Zelda, takes you on a magical journey to medieval times.
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 (145 Reviews) |📍 Location: Rabka-Zdrój
Rabkoland is not your typical amusement park. Apart from its fun rides and exciting events, it has two unusual museums, the Museum of Records and Curiosities and the Museum of the Order of the Smile.
It’s hard to believe Rabkoland started with only one rocking elephant for children in 1985. Today, the 2-hectare amusement park is full of family-friendly attractions and activities.
Highlights of the park include the two rollercoasters, a chain carousel called the Flying Hut, the Viking Boat, and the House of Laughter, where you’ll find a room filled with distorting mirrors.
9. Lunapark Sowiński
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 (32 Reviews) |📍 Location: Władysławowo
Set on the scenic coast of Władysławowo, a town along the Baltic Sea, Lunapark Sowiński boasts breathtaking panoramas, especially from the Viewing Mill, a 25-metre-high Ferris wheel.
But that’s not all the theme park offers. Lunapark is one of the best Poland theme parks because it has something for everyone of every age.
Those craving some adrenaline rush can try the Typhoon, the park’s main roller coaster, the Crazy Tower, the Space Loop, the Extreme, or the Bungee Ejection, a slingshot catapult.
Younger kids will enjoy pedalling the Floating Swans, exploring the Cabinet of Mirrors, and driving on a safari across Madagascar, featuring characters from the animated film.
10. JuraPark Bałtów
⭐️ RATING: 4/5 (153 Reviews) |📍 Location: Bałtów
JuraPark Bałtów is arguably a real-life Jurassic Park. After all, it stands on a spot where researchers discovered authentic dinosaur footprints in 2001.
Although it doesn’t have real live dinosaurs roaming around, it’s home to roughly 100 life-size models of the reptiles lined along a 1-km nature trail.
But JuraPark Bałtów isn’t just about dinosaurs. Since its creation in 2004, it has become one of the most diverse Poland theme parks. Sprawled across a 100-hectare entertainment complex, JuraPark Bałtów now consists of the Bałtowski Zoo, Horse Riding Center, Poland in Miniature, Cinema of Emotions, Village of Witches, Prehistoric Oceanarium, and an amusement park with go-karts and carousels.
In winter, a ski resort and a Santa Claus Village welcomes visitors while the rest of the park closes. There are even accommodations on site for those who want to stay in the park overnight or for a few days.
⭐️ RATING: 4.5/5 ( 3 Reviews) |📍 Location: Rzgów
Modelled after a 16th-century trading centre, Mandoria is the largest indoor amusement park in Poland. And because the park is indoor, it is open year-round, regardless of the season or the weather.
Here you can travel back to the Renaissance with the park’s 20 attractions, including a six-track slide, a two-storey Venetian carousel, and three roller coasters, the Merchant, the Dark Court, and Carrara.
Check out the Galleon, an enormous ship swirling over the harbour, Leonardo’s Lantern, a flying bike merry-go-round, and the Stary Fort, the biggest wooden playground in Poland.
12. GoJump Mega Park
⭐️ RATING: 4.5/5 ( 176 Reviews) |📍 Location: Kraków
Most kids and kids at heart love trampolines, and GoJump Mega Park is a fantastic place to add to your list if you’re looking for activities to do in Kraków for children. What better spot to have family fun and burn that excess energy off?
In addition to the padded trampolines, the amusement park features 50 attractions, including an arcade. At the GOair section, kids can play on gigantic inflatable slides, foam jumping pits, climbing nets, and obstacle courses.
If you want to visit another theme park near Kraków, Energylandia is your top option. Check out the available day trips from Kraków to the park.
13. Julinek Park
⭐️ RATING: 3.5/5 ( 27 Reviews) |📍 Location: Leszno
Located next to Kaminos National Park, Julinek Park is an idyllic escape from the bustle of the city. However, it is not too far from the capital, making it an excellent option if you’re for a theme park near Warsaw.
Julinek Park is a mix of everything. It has an inflatable playground with trampolines, slides, and a 30-metre-long, 12-metre-high water slide.
There’s a mini golf course with 18 holes, a climbing wall, and a rope park. The amusement park has a roller coaster, merry-go-round, and go-karts.
During the weekends, Julinek Park hosts circus and theatre shows at the Big Arena. If you love nature, you can combine your visit to the park with a hike or bicycle ride in the surrounding Kampinos Forest.
There is also a B&B in the park for those who want to stay overnight or for a few days.
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Sylvie Simpson is the founder of European Cities with Kids. For the past 6 years, she has been travelling all over Europe whenever she has the chance, both solo, for work and with her daughter. Sylvie is on a mission to help people make the most of city breaks in Europe with kids and helps over 50,000 readers per month plan and make the most of their trips in Europe with kids.