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What to Do in Warsaw: Must See Attractions

Warsaw Attractions

Warsaw isn't exactly the city that never sleeps, but it does have a number of attractions you'll love on your trip. Start with a visit the Copernicus Science Centre, which is one of Europe's best science museums. While some might think only kids would love a museum of this type, it has hands on exhibits every age group enjoys. You can learn more about the history of science and how scientists used different methods to invent products people still use today.

If this is your first visit to Warsaw, make sure you head to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. The city went through some major changes over the years, and this museum focuses on how workers revolted against their leaders. Though this all might sound a little bleak, you'll leave with a better understanding of what workers once through and how their rebellion changed the nation.

Many visitors take Warsaw excursions to Lazienki Park. King Stanislaw August Poniatowski built this large complex decades ago, and it is now one of the top tourist destinations in the city. Once you see the gorgeous gardens and water features, you'll understand why it's such a popular spot. You can even bring along a picnic lunch to eat by the water.

Poland has a deep connection to World War II, and you can take Warsaw tours of Old Town to see how the city responded to threats by Nazis. The Nazis destroyed many of the buildings in this neighborhood, but after the war ended, residents rebuilt the area. You can now see some of the top sites in the city in this small neighborhood, and you can even grab a map to build your own walking tour around those places.

The must see things to do in Warsaw range from spots like the Warsaw Zoo to restaurants where local residents love eating. Use Expedia to find other attractions in Warsaw you and your family will enjoy. You can check out museums, historic sites, gardens, zoos, and dozens of other attractions. With such a wide range of Warsaw activities available, the hardest part is finding time to do it all.

Things to Do in Warsaw with Kids

Warsaw has plenty of nearby fun experiences for you and the kids. Our family friendly experiences will keep everyone entertained for days.

Free Things to Do in Warsaw

Touring on a shoestring budget in Warsaw? Spend time instead of money on fantastic experiences.

Palm Tree - If you're eager to gain an insight into the artistic and cultural side of the area, be sure to pay a visit.

Fountain Park - If you're an admirer of modern-style architecture and design, add this landmark to your sightseeing list.

University of Warsaw - If you're fascinated by bygone times, this is one stop you ought not to miss.

Parade Square - Hang out with the local residents and discover the real personality and soul of this place.

Copernicus Monument - Introduce yourself to a local and discover why many tourists swing by this place.

All Saints Church - Connect with your spiritual side or simply enjoy the peaceful atmosphere at this religious site.

Saxon Gardens - Develop your green thumb and explore the diverse range of plants on show.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Warsaw


Visitors to Centrum love its popular shops, and you can check out Palace of Culture and Science and Copernicus Science Centre. If you want to see more in the area, you can get around town on the metro at Centrum Station.

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Unique features of Wola include the historic sites and coffeehouses. Make a stop by Warsaw Uprising Museum or Warsaw Trade Tower while you're exploring the area.

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Admire beautiful city squares, visit a royal castle and embrace the timeless atmosphere of the historic heart of Poland's capital city.

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Visitors to Srodmiescie love its popular shops, and you can check out Palace of Culture and Science and Copernicus Science Centre. If you want to see more in the area, you can get around town on the metro at Centrum Station.

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Unique features of Mokotow include the shopping and historic sites. Make a stop by Sadyba Best Mall or Museum of Polish Military Technology while you're exploring the area.



Unique features of Ochota include the shopping and historic sites. Make a stop by Blue City or National Library of Poland while you're exploring the area.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Warsaw on a sunny day?

What to do in Warsaw on a rainy day?

A Wieliczka Salt Mine: Guided Small-Group Tour from Warsaw is a fantastic indoor activity to try out if the weather forecast isn't great.

What is Warsaw famous for?

Pack your camera and have fun exploring these landmarks:

  • Old Town Square
  • Royal Castle
  • Lazienki Park

What should I not miss in Warsaw?

Put these sights high on your must-do list to make the most of your visit:

  • Palace of Culture and Science
  • National Stadium
  • Warsaw Uprising Museum
  • University of Warsaw

What can you do in Warsaw for free?

Your time in Warsaw won't cost a fortune with free things like these to keep you entertained:

  • Old Town Square
  • Lazienki Park
  • University of Warsaw
  • Warsaw Uprising Monument