Plenty of attractions for the whole family
Reda – a Kashubian town in northern Poland, in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, in the Wejherowo district, located in the Reda-Łeba proglacial valley on the Reda River. Reda is a must-visit city for all lovers of water tourist attractions. The best city for rest and entertainment.
Reda Drifting Academy
The Reda Drifting Academy is a place where you can connect with driving in an electric go-kart on a specially prepared track with an area of 600 square meters.
Aquapark in Reda is the biggest attraction that attracts people to the city. The facility was opened in 2016, and apart from being a place of water entertainment, it is also a place where there is an oceanarium. Other attractions include a squash and bowling court, a sunken castle, a parrot house and a winter garden.
The Municipal Community Center in Reda is located on the premises of the old heat exchange plant of the Municipal Heating and Municipal Company “Koksik”. In October 2013, the city’s Factory of Culture began its activity here, which is a meeting place for culture enthusiasts.
The message of the Evolution Park is broad education bringing the oldest history of the world closer. The attractions refer to life that existed millions of years ago on Earth. We present in an extremely interesting way the history of our globe, from the Big Bang to the ancient world.
Planet VR takes those who want to a completely different world thanks to the Oculus Rift goggles. The offer includes not only the possibility of entering another world, but also a multiplayer game that allows two players to play in real time.
Reda 7D cinema
The 7D cinema is a treat for cinema lovers who can not only zoom in and out of the movie, but also check or sniff. An unusual offer for children and adults. The cinema is open from Tuesday to Sunday.
Fans of kayaking can spend time on the tourist trail on the Reda River.
Horse riding is one of the most beautiful forms of sport. It brings benefits not only to our health. Horse riding helps to strengthen the main muscle groups, such as the muscles of the hips, back and abdomen.