Warsaw, and Poland in general, is a fantastic place for families. The entire culture caters to families with children and you will find that kids are welcomed nearly everywhere. Please use this list, compiled by an IWG volunteer, to take full advantage of everything Warsaw has to offer!
There are great playgrounds throughout the city in the numerous public parks, as well as in nearly every mall that you visit for when the weather is dark and cold. Here are the best of them.
Park Przy Bażantarni
02-793 Warszawa (Ursynów)
This park has a fantastic playground, an ice cream stand in the summertime, a skate park and a children’s ropes course that has three different levels from beginners (age 4+) to teenagers.
Park Ujazdowski (Śródmieście)
Bordering Aleje Ujazdowskie this park is next to the Plac Na Rozdroźu and Piękna bus stops. The playground is popular with Varsovians and the park has a delightful lake, streams and waterfall.
Park Krasińskich (Muranów)
Lovely park, there are playgrounds, multiple fenced in dog parks and a splash pad for warmer months. Also a war memorial and close proximity to the old town. Easiest bus stop is Pl. Krasińskich.
al. Zieleniecka (Saska Kępa)
Across the street from the National Stadium in Saska Kepa, small lakes, playgrounds and nice views across the river abound. There are paddle boats and horseback rides available.
Royal Łazienki Park (Łazienki Królewskie)
ul. Agrykoli 1 (Śródmieście)
Museums, lakes, statuary, cafes… this park is the crème de la crème of Warsaw’s parks, and will be enjoyed by both young and old.
Park and Palace in Wilanów (Zespół Pałacowo-Parkowy w Wilanowie)
ul. St. Kostki Potockiego 10/16 (Wilanów)
Saxon Garden (Ogród Saski)
ul. Marszałkowska / ul. Królewska (Śródmieście)
ul. Puławska (Mokotów)
al. Niepodległości (Mokotów)
ul. Szczęśliwicka (Ochota)
Roof Garden of The University of Warsaw Library
ul. Dobra 56/66 (Powísle)
The majority of these playgrounds give you the option to drop off your children (usually aged 4+) for a certain number of hours or to stay and play with them. Most have at least a café, some have full restaurants or even more services. While the websites are often only in Polish, you will find that staff members at each of these parks do speak English.
Fun Park Digiloo
Dominika Merliniego 2 (Mokotów)
Hangar 646 (trampoline and skate park)
Wał Miedzeszyński 646
Warsaw restaurants are all very child-friendly, with even the smallest of cafés and lunch spots offering toys for little ones and a play corner. The restaurants listed here are known for their larger children’s rooms, playgrounds, and general kid-friendliness. But don’t feel limited to just these suggestions; you’ll find that children are welcome nearly everywhere in the city with many restaurants providing nanny service on the weekends as well.
plac Bankowy 1 (Centrum)
Great space, good for groups, the kids room is one of the best in the city.
Wał Miedzeszyński 389A (Saska Kępa)
Flaming & Co
Fryderyka Chopina 5 (Śródmieście)
If you want to feel like you’re eating in a Pottery Barn catalog amongst the beautiful people of Warsaw, this place is for you. Their outdoor garden is fantastic and their playground is a favorite.
Rokitnicka 20 (Mokotów)
Located in Pole Mokotowskie Park, indoor and outdoor space for eating, music, and kids. Sports are always on the screens, the beers are big and the food is Polish pub fare.
Kids & Friends
Skierniewicka 14 (Centrum)
Młynarska 13 (Centrum)
Ludwika Mierosławskiego 19 (Źoliborz)
Mama, Tata & Ty
ul. Twarda 64 (Centrum)
Spa services! Food! While your child is happily playing with other kids
Twarda 2/4 (Centrum)
Because, what child isn’t thrilled by Hibachi cooking on the table?
Belwederska 44A (Śródmieście)
Live music in the evenings, kids can play on the stage inside during lunch and dinner, outdoor garden is large with trampoline. Buffet brunch on Sundays is always fun for a group.