Spatial Orientation Park

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Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 0-3
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

The Spatial Orientation Park also known as the "Garden of Senses" is the first park in Europe intended mainly for blind children.

This unique park built on the site of the former employee allotment gardens, which together with revolving them unused land has been converted into a place where blind and disabled children can learn through play.

The Spatial Orientation Park is part of the Special Education Centre for Blind Children in Owińska, however it can used by anybody interested. The park is divided into two parts. One of them is a beautiful garden, where about three hundred plants grow. Each of them can be touched and smelled and due to a Braille's sing next to it identified properly as well.

One purpose of the park is the accustomization of children with life in the city, with the obstacles that await them each day, which is why most devices gathered here are imitatating the sounds they can meet in everyday life, such as traffic noise, the sound of traffic lights located at pedestrian crossings , the sound conditions in offices, train stations or airports. There are also instruments such as educational sound toys like cymbals on which you can walk, obstacle course, swings and numerous walking paths with benches, flowing water, a gazebo where you can relax in shade and many others.


Plac Przemysława 9  62-005 Owińska

Tickets adults:
free admission
Tickets children:
free admission


Source:; wikipedia

Updated on

Monday, 16 December 2013

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