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What to do in Krakow when it rains?
Rain disrupts your trip to Krakow? No need to worry, as this city can be beautiful regardless of the weather! Read our guidebook and find out what to do, when the sun doesn’t seem to shine for you. Check out the best indoor attractions in the mesmerizing capital of Lesser Poland.
Micet Interactive Museum / Theatre Education Center – a place for those who like spontaneity in life and creativity at work. A perfect experimental space to develop one’s imagination and creative potential.
Manggha – futuristic in its character, the Manggha Centre of Japanese Art and Technology houses a large collection of Japanese art amongst other things. It allows to take a look at traditional Japanese culture, art and customs. Check out also the picturesque café on the terrace outside with one of the best views in Krakow.
MOCAK – a brilliant place for all fans of contemporary art. Modern and innovative, it hosts manifold famous works from both local and international artists.
Aquapark – Clamber nets, fountains, wild rivers, saunas, hydro massages, basically all you need to relax and enjoy a good time in Krakow. Once you feel hungry or thirsty, there is a café, which will satisfy your needs.
Rynek Underground – You might be surprised learning that when you walk around the Rynek square, you actually move across the ceiling of an underground museum and one of the best archeological sites. The entrance to this underground world is actually at the opposite of St. Mary’s Basilica.
Pinball Museum – An interactive collection of over 60 pinball machines and 25 arcade games. Enter a one of a kind place and play them all in free play mode. Afterwards you can chill out a bit in the lounge bar area with beers and soft drinks.
Indoor climbing – Visit one of the Krakow indoor climbing walls, including CW Forteca, Hutnik, KS Korona, Parbat, Reni Sport or Avatar and enjoy diversified climbing experiences. You don’t have to be a professional – fascination for climbing is absolutely enough!
AcroPark – A unique trampolining complex, comprising trampolines, climbing walls, trampoline launch pads in to foam pits and inside gymnastic training area. An ideal spot to fool around with friends, as well as to train acrobatics or parkour professionally.
Axe Throwing Club – Bad Axe club welcomes all, who look for some shot of adrenaline and want to impersonate ancient Viking warriors. Haven’t ever handled an axe? Don’t worry! Professional instructors will be at your disposal, showing you everything and taking care of your safe entertainment. You can play solo or with friends, as there are several tracks enabling a simultaneous game for even 20 contestants.
Worried about the rainfall outside? Don’t be! These are only a few suggestions of what you can do in Krakow when it rains. Visit at least some of them and we guarantee that you’ll have an unforgettable time in Krakow!