A short walk from the main train station along ul Głogowska, Park Wilsona contains one of the biggest greenhouses in Europe. Constructed...
Monument to the Victims of June 1956
On Plac Mickiewicza you’ll find one of Poznań’s most significant memorials, which commemorates the ill-fated workers’ protest of 1956....
Museum of Poznań June 1956
Within the grand neo-Romanesque Kaiserhaus , built from 1904 to 1910 for German Emperor Wilhelm II, this museum offers details of the...
Just west of the Kaiserhaus, this musical institution holds concerts at least weekly by the house symphony orchestra. Poznań also has...
Short for Wielkopolska Zagroda (Wielkopolskan Farm), the W-Z takes its rustic theme to the limit – the building contains a re-creation...
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Zoological Gardens information
Poznań’s original zoo, and one of the oldest in Poland. Animal lovers can breathe reasonably easily: the oldest enclosures are no longer occupied, with most larger animals having been relocated to the New Zoo. Those that remain include giraffes and zebras in a sizable open space. The remaining faded, but decorative, 19th-century facilities are populated by birds, otters, lemurs, alpacas, reptiles and amphibians, including some vividly coloured poisonous frogs.