Hydropolis is the best place for learning and rest
Hydropolis shows water in all its diversity and from different perspectives with the help of multimedia technology, models and exhibits. Open to visitors since 2016. This is one of the few places of this kind in Europe. Interesting both for adults and kids.
Everyone will find something for themselves here.
Interesting and interactive about water
There are eight zones in the Hydroolis . These are the sea depths, different water conditions, the history of water structures and much more.
According to the creators of the museum, its placement in the reservoir is very symbolic. It turns out that the reservoir of knowledge is in a reservoir for water, which for nearly 100 years has been the main source of drinking water in Wroclaw.
The Center has information materials in German, English and Polish. Also there are master classes for groups.
The creators of the museum recall that water is of great importance for our planet.
Oceans, ships, sewage, rivers, ice, marine life, hydroengineering, water in art, snow
The authors tried to do everything possible to make the exhibitions truly interesting, and therefore the visitors find themselves in a unique atmosphere surrounding them from all sides, and for each zone, the effects, animation, sounds and other elements that make the exhibition interesting for adults, and for the youngest visitors.
According to the results of the National Geographic competition “7 New Wonders of Poland” in 2016, Hydropolis took second place.
Important: book tickets
There is a limited number of visitors in Hydropolis, which is why tickets for a given hour are often missing and basically the entrance “from the street” is impossible.
Parking next to Hydropolis is reserved for groups only; all the others should look for places for the car themselves – there are quite a few of them near the museum.
The Center has 2 cafes and a gift shop. The cost of tickets for children – 18 zl, for adults – 27 zl.
Hydropolis is open seven days a week: Sat
Na Grobli 19-21, 50-421 Wrocław