Attractions in Szczecin

Attractions in Szczecin


Attractions in Szczecin

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Philharmonic in Szczecin

The Mieczysław Karłowicz Philharmonic in Szczecin is one of the most modern buildings in Poland, featuring an exceptionally original, soaring structure designed by Spanish architects from the Barcelona-based Barozzi Veigaz studio. The symphony hall can accommodate an audience of 953 people, with excellent acoustics attributed to the special geometry of walls and ceilings, making it one of the best concert venues in Europe.

Maritime Science Center

This unique and modern scientific and educational institution focuses on themes related to the sea and sailing. Inside, visitors can see the original kayak used by Aleksander Doba to cross the Atlantic Ocean. The center also boasts a terrace on the roof with a stunning view of the city center.

Planetarium in Szczecin

Housed within the Maritime Science Center, the planetarium features an air-conditioned amphitheater layout equipped with 41 reclining seats and two spaces for people with disabilities. It possesses one of the most advanced digital "fulldome" 3D projection systems with a resolution of 6K and a high-quality audio system.

Jasne Błonia

Jasne Błonia in honor of Pope John Paul II is an excellent place for relaxation and recreation, characterized by thousands of crocuses blooming once a year, becoming a symbol of Szczecin's spring.


Notable features include:

  • the Monument of Polish Action from 1979, depicting three eagles taking flight symbolizing three generations of Poles involved in the reconstruction of Szczecin,
  • the Monument of Pope John Paul II commemorating his visit in 1987,
  • the Hungarian Boy Monument, a token of gratitude for assistance during the 1956 Hungarian Uprising.

Wały Chrobrego

The Wały Chrobrego offers a 500-meter scenic promenade perched on a slope overlooking the Oder River. From here, one can enjoy views of three nearby islands and the port canals.

Fabryka Wody

The Fabryka Wody (Water Factory) is a multifunctional, modern aquapark with indoor and outdoor pools, slides, saunas, and recreational-entertainment areas. It is scheduled to open in March 2024, featuring 17 indoor pools, 4 outdoor pools, 11 slides, a water swing, underwater geysers, and many other attractions.

Museum of Technology and Communication

This museum showcases the traditions of nationwide and Szczecin's automotive industry. Visitors can explore unique pre-war Alba motorcycles, Stoewer cars, post-war Junak motorcycles from the Szczecin Motorcycle Factory, as well as Polish scooters, mopeds, and motorcycles.

Picnic by the Oder

Scheduled for May 11-12, 2024, this large outdoor event has been taking place on the Chrobry Embankment for 20 years. Last year's edition attracted over 200 exhibitors and 60,000 visitors. The event offers zones for tourists, families with children, and youth interested in travel.

Tall Ships Race 2024

From August 2-5, 2024, Szczecin will host the Tall Ships Race, one of Poland's largest sailing events. The event includes the docking of vessels at the foot of the Chrobry Embankment and in Łasztownia, accompanied by concerts, children's activities, a market, and an amusement park.

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