Julinek Amusement Park definitely stands out on the map of attractions for children in Poland. Circus theme, acrobatics, performances, playgrounds…. and all this in the Kampinos National Park!
Those people from Warsaw have it good :) They have so many cool places in the area where you can spend an interesting family day…. We’ve written before about the Illusion Farm (ok, maybe not the closest to the capital, but still a super idea for a day trip), and now it’s time for the Julinek Amusement Park, located approx. 40 kilometers to Warsaw. Ideally, to pop out for a few hours of fun but also rest (Yes! There is plenty of space here for rest).
Julinek Amusement Park is a truly twisted place, full of circus tricks, acrobatics, balloons, performances and many attractions for the little ones. Here you can not only admire and watch the performances, but also play circus performer yourself.
But why the circus theme of the place? Well, there was a Circus Base located here in the 1990s of the previous century, which was a base for circus teams from all over Poland. This is where they trained, trained, this is where accessories, props and circus equipment were created. After privatization, the Circus Depot lost its importance, and now mainly educates circus performers (the National School of Circus Arts is headquartered here). Mainly, because in addition to this, the Julinek Amusement Park was created here, which is not only to provide a place to spend family time, but also to perpetuate and promote circus arts. So expect many references to the circus on the spot.
Julinek is an interesting alternative to loud and intense amusement parks…. Here it is quieter, more peaceful. Certainly the location is important, as the facility is located in the Kampinos National Park, so here you can breathe fresh air and take a break from urban pollution and smog.
Of course, you have to keep in mind that mainly families with children come to Julinek, so you have to reckon with the fact that there are a lot of toddlers running around here, and the voices of animators echoing in the background, but you will find places where you can lie down on deck chairs and just relax.
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Film about Julinek Amusement Park
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Attractions in Julinek Amusement Park
The Julinek Amusement Park has many attractions for the youngest, although it should be borne in mind that the smallest children will not be able to take full advantage of everything (there are age and height restrictions on some attractions).
Passing through the gates of the Julinek Amusement Park and walking towards the Large Arena, the inflatables on the right are sure to catch your attention – here we deliberately went to the left to leave them for last ;)
On the other side is an amusement park with toy cars, a train, airplanes – this is the only attraction in Julinek with an additional fee (there is a ticket office by the toy cars, where you buy entries for individual rides). Here it is definitely louder with music and loud carousels, although those willing to ride are rather few.
Fortunately, further on it’s a bit lighter and calmer. The next point was the mini golf courses, which we also passed through fairly quickly.
At the next attraction we have already stopped for a longer time. It’s quite a playground, full of wooden bridges, slides, swings, rods and a huge amount of sand. Children will also be delighted with the tyrolean and the big jumping cushion. Adults, for their part, are most likely to show children the various sensory toys, musical toys, distorting mirrors and optical illusions that are located further down the playground. Right next door for older children and adults is a climbing wall.
And while we’re on the subject of high-altitude fun: many people choose to go to the rope park, which is the largest rope park in Mazovia. For us, he is the most creative we have ever seen! We have never yet tried to ride a pedal vehicle at height ;) The rope park is for children from 4 years old (there are 3 routes for them), or from 110 cm tall (there are several routes depending on age or height).
If such attractions are not for you, then spread out nearby on deck chairs among the trees, play giant bowling or billiards.
Children are especially encouraged to go to the red and white tent and animation zone. Tables and toys await in the tent, where you can take shelter from the rain or sun. Blocks, mats, circus paraphernalia are spread out next to the tent, and there are entertainers circling around, eager to show stunts and teach little circus performers. This is also where the games and activities take place, which are reminded from time to time from loudspeakers by animators.
Of course, we must also mention the inflatables already called out in an earlier part of the post. We are severely disappointed, because it turned out that most of the less than four-year-old could not use…. in fact, only three, not very attractive inflatables were left for her. The rest are from 4 and 7 years old. It’s a shame, because the older kids had heaps of fun and laughter.
What would a circus be without performances? In addition to the animation at the tent, there is a parade (quite modest in our opinion, although the costumes of the artists must be appreciated) and themed workshops and shows in the Big Arena. When planning a visit to Julinek, check what time each performance is so you can see it live.
Perhaps you’d be interested in descriptions of other theme parks we’ve been to?
We recommend in particular:
– Majaland Kownaty
– Illusion Farm
– Magic Gardens
– JuraPark Krasiejów
– Clement’s Orchards
With food on site is not bad :) There is a large cafeteria where you pick up food on a tray (quite a large selection), there is a pizzeria and there are food trucks. There is also a point with coffee, lemonade, and you can also buy ice cream. No one will go hungry.
We’ll also hint that an hour before closing, the food is discounted by half, so you can grab a takeaway meal for the return trip :)
How to get to Julinek Amusement Park?
Julinek Amusement Park is located about 40 km from Warsaw, in the southern part of the Kampinos Park (north of Leszno).
There is free, ample car parking on site.
If you plan to come here for more than one day, there is a B&B Julinek hotel and the possibility of camping.
By the way, you can also jump on a picnic or a short walk to the Kampinos National Park next door :)
Price list at Julinek Amusement Park
Time for the least pleasant part of the entry, that is, the price list :)
How much does a family of 2+2 have to spend for all-day admission to the park? As much as 232 zlotys! Here we assume a family with two children 4+, all-day entry on the weekend, with attractions – so the most expensive option. In general, a ticket on the weekend costs 58 zloty, and on other days 39 zloty, so the difference is considerable. Children under 4 years of age enter for a symbolic zloty.
Unfortunately, entry to Julinek Park is quite expensive. At a similar price, for example, there is the Illusion Farm, where we have many more attractions at our disposal.
Our opinion about Julinek Amusement Park
We wouldn’t want the rather exorbitant price to make you miss this place by a wide margin, because it is a cool place on the map of Poland :)
It stands out for its theme, history, location…. children are sure to be pleased, especially if they can use the rope park, inflatables and playgrounds endlessly. On top of that, the opportunity to practice various acrobatics, participate in competitions and games will make them eager to return here :)
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