10 Things to Do in Pruszkow That You Shouldn't Miss

January 30, 2018 Carley Gatson

Discover the best top things to do in Pruszkow, Poland including Flyspot - Warsaw Indoor Skydiving, Gallery of Steel Figures, Old Town, Janki Shopping Center, Muzeum Dulag 121, Muzeum Pojazdow Konnych - Pilaszkow, Mazowsze, Museum of Ancient Mazovian Metallurgy, Lazienki - Royal Residence Park, Powazki Cemetery.
Restaurants in Pruszkow

1. Flyspot - Warsaw Indoor Skydiving

ul. Wspolna Droga 1 | Entrance from Wspolna Droga Street, Ozarow Mazowiecki 05-850, Poland
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4.5 based on 400 reviews

Flyspot - Warsaw Indoor Skydiving

Flyspot a freefall simulator, a place where gravity does not exist. On the technical side: a vertical tunnel with a diameter of 4.5 meters with a closed air circuit where high power fans to produce a uniform air flow at speeds up to 310 km / h Device to meet the eternal human dream - floating freely in the air, flying like a bird

Reviewed By jack c - London, United Kingdom

A €100 buys you two 90 second sessions with an instructor - ours was very good and ensured that we flew up, down, left, right and everywhere! Was it worth it? Hmmmm....it's quite a trip to the edge of Warsaw and there is some waiting...Moremhmm... the price is 41,5% lower than mentoined, its only 58,5 EUR per basic package. Hope to see you soon in Flyspot again :)

ul. Przejazdowa 17, Pruszkow 05-800, Poland +48 500 500 100
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5 based on 18 reviews

Gallery of Steel Figures

Reviewed By Rutgerek - Komorow, Poland

Mme Tussaud's but in steel. Welcome to the Skup Złomu Przy Czołgu, a junkyard slash scrapheap, of which the owner had the brilliant idea to start a gallery of metal art. Figures out of famous movies are interspersed with supercars and themed furniture. My favorites were the Alien, Terminator T-1000 and Predator figures. Of the cars I thought the Maluch and Mercedes the nicest. My son preferred the Lamborghini and the Minions though. Also I thought the tables with tabouret seats were a great addition. All in all a great find. Spent some quality time there. Not cheap, 25 zl for adults, children at 8 zl discount. Heartily recommended!

3. Old Town

Warsaw, Poland +48 22 355 51 70
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Old Town

After being leveled when the Nazis left, this whole neighborhood of cobblestone Gothic streets and alleyways, baroque palaces, numerous churches and tiered burghers' houses were masterfully reconstructed to reflect the atmosphere of bygone days.

Reviewed By Arxitravels - Malaga, Spain

don´t miss it - it´s a gem of a place with a mix of restored/rebuilt old architecture, communist buildings and a raft of new shiny blocks being built - and the people in general are the friendliest - love Warsaw love Poland!

4. Janki Shopping Center

Mszczonowska 3, Janki 05-090, Poland
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4 based on 7 reviews

Janki Shopping Center

Reviewed By Rutgerek - Komorow, Poland

The shopping area sports all the mainstream brands, from Cropp to Kazar and from H&M to Vistula. There's a regularly changing center display, like a candy house out of Hansel and Gretl, or a Christmas decoration, always something awesome for kids to behold.
From time to time a regional market is organized, with offerings of fresh artisanal bread, smalec and smoked meats. Supermarket area currently run by Auchan.
The food court is well stocked with the usuals, Asian next to Mac and TexMex next to Greek. Plenty of Seating. Great cinema complex featuring uptodate movie selections. Outside, other big brands are available, such as Smyk, Go Sport, Leroy Merlin, Saturn, Ikea and Praktiker.
Great mall/centrum handlowe. Very good for quick shopping. Can get very busy however with parking lot overflowing. Parking area is also a little dangerous, difficult corners without good visibility. Take it easy when navigating there.
All in all to be recommended.

5. Muzeum Dulag 121

ul. 3 Maja 8a, Pruszkow 05-800, Poland +48 22 758 86 63
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Muzeum Dulag 121

Reviewed By Slavo M

The museum is located at the original place of the transitional Nazi camp for refugees fleeing the Warsaw Uprising. Consists of a small but comfy shed filled with displays and exhibits of memorabilia, actual reports of the prisoners and historical facts. The museum is modern and audiovisual. After the shed, visitors can take a walk around the remnants of the camp and see some nice, red-brick industrial buildings.

6. Muzeum Pojazdow Konnych - Pilaszkow

Kolejowa 2 | Pilaszków, Ozarow Mazowiecki 05-850, Poland +48 22 733 80 00
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Muzeum Pojazdow Konnych - Pilaszkow

Reviewed By Dominik K - Warsaw, Poland

Z racji godziny obszedłem budynek i miejsce zdawało mi się na tyle ciekawe aby przyjść tam o odpowiedniej porze jeszcze raz. Miejsce wygląda i jest dworkiem, gdzie mieści sie muzeum. Mogę powiedzieć, że łatwo dojechać do Ożarowa nie tylko Pociągiem podmiejskim ale i autobusem startującym z Cmentarza Wolskiego.

Swierkowa 2, Otrebusy 05-805, Poland +48 22 208 88 88
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5 based on 1 reviews

Mazowsze

Reviewed By RomanAlijewicz - Warsaw, Poland

Miejsce szczególne i zasłużone dla polskiej kultury. Mieści się tu światowej sławy zespół artystyczny prezentujący kultywujący tradycje tańca i muzyki ludowej. Obchodzi w tym roku 70 lecie działalności. Zespół ma swoją siedzibę w pięknym parku. Obiekt można zwiedzać oraz uzyskać wiele informacji o historii i przyszłości artystycznej Zespołu Mazowsze. Na terenie znajduje się nowoczesna sala widowiskowa, w której koncerty.

8. Museum of Ancient Mazovian Metallurgy

Jana Pawla II 2, Pruszkow, Poland +48 22 758 72 66
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Museum of Ancient Mazovian Metallurgy

Reviewed By Slavo M

Quite hidden, in the small town of Pruszkow, a unique exhibit centered on ancient iron smelting "industry" of Mazovia. The museum itself, located in a beautiful mansion surrounded by a park, is very compact, state-of-the-art interactive. The displayed artifacts are also explained in English (even German). There's path for kids with educational games etc.
Positively surprising!

9. Lazienki - Royal Residence Park

Aleje Ujazdowskie, Warsaw 99-200, Poland 22-50-60-183-22-50-60-039
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Lazienki - Royal Residence Park

Magnificent palatial and garden complex was built by King Stanislaw August Poniatowski during the second half of the eighteenth century and features the neoclassical Palace on the Water (Lazienki Palace) surrounded by magnificent Gardens, canals and ponds.

Reviewed By Gwannis - Naxxar, Malta

If in Warsaw do plan a day to relax in this massive park and enjoy the green area, large pond, peacocks, swans, etc... then the squirrels :) and finally but not least the actual royal residence. We could have spend the whole day there that is if we did not have other plans.

10. Powazki Cemetery

ul. Powazkowska, Warsaw 99-200, Poland +48 22 838 55 25
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4.5 based on 250 reviews

Powazki Cemetery

Reviewed By Malgonia J - Warsaw, Poland

When in Warsaw the Powązki Cemetery is a must especially around All Saint’s Day Nov 1st because this is when families visit family graves with flowers and candles to pay respect to loved ones who passed. Some graves go as far back as 1820 and there are many beautiful statues and monuments. The so called Aleja Zasłużonych - entrance through gate nr 3 next to the church - is where the important and famous Poles are burried - actors, politicians, army generals, ministers, historical figures, authors, Nobel Prize winners. Normally it’s a serene walk along paths covered with maple leaves but around Nov 1st it feels a bit like a pre Xmas mall visit. However, seeing all the candles lit at night and the demonstrated strenght of families remembering their loved ones is extra special and not to be missed.

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