The Metallurgical Park will be full of life again!

After a thorough modernization, financed by Norwegian funds, the Metallurgical Park will be made available to residents again from next Tuesday, March 26. On that day, from 10.00 to 12.00, there will be an event to celebrate the completion of works related to the revitalization of this space. The park has a completely new look and lots of attractions for residents of all ages. ‍‍‍This includes: a new playground, water playground, skate park, outdoor gym, dog run and barbecue areas.

Event program:

  • 10.00 – opening ceremony,
  • 10.20 – Our playground – Roko and Colino for children,
  • 10.00 – 12.00 – ecological creative workshops for children and parents, circus workshops, roller skating shows, construction workshops, races: Energetic Bike, Four Elements.

The Metallurgical Park gained a new face as part of the project „Zabrze – a city as a space for development”. It has been refreshed and enriched with small architecture. In addition to the above-mentioned attractions, the contractor also made plantings and lighting. The alleys were renovated and new ones were created. The „Neptune’s Spring” in the northern part of the park has also been restored. There are now three recreation areas there – one of them is equipped with table games – a foosball table, chess and Ludo. The Metallurgical Park will now be a great place to spend free time for entire families.

City parks are extremely important spaces in every city. They are not only a place of rest and recreation for residents, but also influence the microclimate, air quality and aesthetics of the city. It is also an important space where residents meet and integrate. Modern playgrounds and outdoor gyms help build social bonds and create a local community.

The revitalization of the Metallurgical Park was aimed at restoring its former glory and adapting it to the needs of modern users. The total value of the investment is over PLN 9 million. The „City as Development Space” project is financed by the „Local Development” program, co-financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism for 2014-2021 and the State Budget.