Where to play?

Mini Park and the playroom Småland in IKEA were closed on 12 March until further notice. This is a preventive measure due to the current spread of coronavirus in Poland. This decision was dictated by care for safety of the clients, their families and personnel. We thank everyone for understanding and apologize for all inconveniences caused by this situation.

There are 2 playgrounds with various attractions for children within the area of Matarnia Shopping Centre.

MATARNIA MINI PARK

The centre houses a playground where parents can leave their children while doing shopping under the watchful eye of qualified personnel. Mini Park Matarnia is a colourful, cosy place filled with modern toys. Furthermore, a special room is available there for unforgettable birthday parties that may be organized in it. We invite all children at the age between 3 and 10. 

First two hours of fun are free of charge provided that you show a receipt for shopping in the Matarnia Shopping Centre.

Opening hours:
Mon. - Sat. 10:00 – 21:00
Sun. 10:00 – 20:00

Telephone no.:
664 218 801
  

OUTDOOR PLAYGROUND

The playground is made from eco-friendly materials. Children can play on its safe surface on wooden toys, ladders, swings and shooflies. The playground is designated for children below 14 years of age.

Check out how the new, expanded playground looks like!

SMÅLANDIA

The IKEA store also prepared attractions for its youngest clients. Smålandia is a perfect spot for children. Its ball pit will surely please its young users. And the slightly older guests of the playground will appreciate the hiding spot inside a huge clog or climb up the spider web. All of them will be able to watch cartoons or read a book in a specially designated area of the playground. The Terms of Use of Smålandia are available by the entrance door.

PLAYTIME CORNER

The youngest visitors of the shopping centre may also have some fun in the free-of-charge playtime corner located by the restaurant zone.

A slide as well as several educational toys are at disposal of its young users.