Saxon Garden

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Saxon Garden

Saxon Garden (Polish: Ogród Saski) is perfect for a family stroll. It is located in the heart of Warsaw, very easy to access by public transportation. The Garden is one of the oldest public parks in the world. It was built between 1713-1745 for King August II on the grounds adjacent to a pre-existing palace, which was destroyed by the Nazis in 1944. One of the former palace’s surviving columns is now the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. In the park, the visitors can admire sculptures of mythical figures, beautiful trees (some are 250 years old), the garden sundial, a pond, and the fountain designed by Marconi. The park features a nice playground for kids.

Saxon Garden is within a walking distance to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Royal Route, the art gallery “Zacheta” and the Old Town.


    • This place is good for

    • Little kids
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    • Grade schoolers
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    • Tweens
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    • Teens
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    • Everyone
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    • Children with
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    • Recommended length

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    • Price

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      Features confirmed by parents

      • Access by public transportation
      • Restaurant or food for purchase
      • Wheelchair/stroller access
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Ogród Saski, Marszałkowska, Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw, Poland

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