First up, a trusted crowd-pleaser: everyone loves seeing the mechanical billy goats emerging from a window on the Town Hall tower to butt heads at noon (daily), and it might be the only thing your kids really remember from your Old Town tour. Nearby, the Croissant Museum offers a hands-on opportunity to learn about Poznań’s favourite pastry, and Blubry6D will take kids on a trip through local legends while simultaneously melting everyone’s eyes (oh, the fluorescence). If you’re determined to get some serious sightseeing in, consider visiting the Porta Posnania Interactive Heritage Centre in Ostrów Tumski, which has prepared a special audioguide tour for children ages 5-11. For good, old fashioned outdoor fun, we recommend a day at Lake Malta, which boasts a plethora of attractions like the Pyrland Park ropes course, the Maltese Baths water park, a playground, a carousel, a roller coaster, mini golf, tobogganing, and a mini railway which will take you straight to the New Zoo, plus standard swimming and paddling.
Check out the listings below, and best of luck!
Best Places for Kids & Families in Poznań
Opened in early 2014, this modern culture complex symbolically connects Poznań's two oldest districts - Ostrów Tumski and Śródka - via a covered 'skywalk' …
This 8-metre-tall, retro-style swing carousel seats 32 dizziness enthusiasts ages 6 and up.