The biggest whale lives in Poland!

 

DSC_7065-001Surprised? The biggest whale awaits you in Park Wieloryba (The Whale Park) in a small seaside town Rewal, north-west Poland, where it proudly stands among other sculptures such as giant squids, sharks, octopuses and other ocean and sea creatures. It’s the place where your kids will play games with pirates, explore shipwrecks, hunt for buried treasures and enjoy a massive sandy playground.

Why we love Park Wieloryba?

DSC_7164– Beautiful realistic sculptures of sea and ocean species, many of real size. We loved sharks, whales, giant octopuses and the puffer fish.

-Two sections: the museum-like route and the interactive play park

– Multisensory factor: loads of colors, patterns, shapes and sea sounds. Whenever you look there are creatures of all sizes, shapes and colors. In the playground sections kids can climb, touch and interact with objects.

– Sand everywhere! The whole park looks like a massive beach. You can walk barefoot and enjoy warm silky and clean Baltic sand which adds to the overall multisensory experience.

DSC_6982-Beautiful location: part of the park is located in a natural swamp. You will cross wooden bridges over small swampy waters where your kids will spot frogs, fish, birds and local water plants.

  • -Great pirate playground: a huge well-equipped playground with a wooden shipwreck, a bouncy castle,  swings and climbing walls – all in a truly pirate style

-Pirate games supporting motor skills and concentration: water balloons, throwing coconuts and hoops, and much more with a little help from the local pirates:)

-Hammocks and loungers: hammocks for kids and sunchairs for parents whenever you need to have a break

-Educational input: facts about sea animals, Baltic species, and pirate life. The whole experience can be easily taken further by discussing objects, comparing them, asking and answering your kids’ questions, playing games such as “find the biggest/smallest/most dangerous, etc…”. Great for home schooling and cross-curricular learning (history, geography, biology)

DSC_7241-Treasure hunts twice a day

-Restaurant, toilets, picnic area and souvenir shop available on-site.

-Easily accessible by public transport

-Reasonable price, family and group discounts

-Family-friendly atmosphere!

You can spend the whole day there, especially when you get stuck in shark jaws!

 

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