A show of water, lights and sounds. Park Fontann Warsaw is a real show suitable for everyone. A truly magical and evocative place with fountains that dance to the rhythm of music.
Park Fontann is a complex of four fountains, in a large area not far from Market Starego Miasta and from the Royal Castle. The 7 May 2011 was inaugurated on the anniversary of the Jubilee CXXV.
Projectors; three tanks filled with water fountains; 367 water jets (227 in digital control); 295 RGB LED lamps; 22 pumps with a total capacity of 285,5 kW. These are the impressive numbers of the complex.
The show lasts about 30 minutes and runs EXCLUSIVELY from May to September every Friday and Saturday. Keep in mind that there is only one show. It is a particularly popular place; try, therefore, to arrive at least half an hour before the start, in order to find a good position.
HOW TO GET TO PRAK FONTANN
The dancing Fountain is located in skwer I Dywizji Pancernej. By bus, there are several options that allow you to get close. With the 118, 185, 385 buses, get off at the Boleść stop, or Sanguszki. With the tram, lines 1, 4, 6, 18 and 28, just get off at Most Gdański stop and after 5 minutes of walking to Wybrzezie Gdańskie you arrive at your destination.
From May to August, every Friday is Saturday, a unique show at 21:30. In September, at 21:00.
Admission is FREE.
Due to particular adverse weather conditions, or special events, the show may undergo variations or cancellations. It is advisable to always take a look at the official Facebook page, constantly updated by the organizers. You will find news and info.