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Once a week (on Thursdays) you will receive an email called What’s on in Warsaw for Kids & Families / Family life in Warsaw. 
The newsletter covers things to do in Warsaw with children and all kinds of family matters – information, tips, resources in English.

The email includes family-friendly events in Warsaw, ideas for how to spend time with your family in Warsaw, our posts (e.g.. One-day trips from Warsaw, What’s on in Warsaw, Outdoor activities in Warsaw, Outdoor swimming pools in Warsaw, Museums to visit with kids in Warsaw, Summer camps in Warsaw, Weekend getaways in Poland, Where to organize a birthday party in Warsaw), and tips on navigating your family life in Poland (eg. 500+ child benefit, information about time change in Poland, shopping Sundays, bank holidays, streets in Warsaw closed because of the marathon, open days at Warsaw kindergartens and schools etc.).

The list of events in our newsletter includes the following information (all in English) for each event: location (street and Warsaw district), time, is it free or how much are the tickets and where to buy them, an event target audience / the kids’ age, short description, and links to read more. The list covers events for the upcoming Friday, Saturday, and Sunday so for example if you plan to go out with your family on Saturday afternoon, just open the Kids in the City Newsletter, go to the Saturday section and learn what are your options.

A hand-picked selection includes activities in Warsaw dedicated specifically to children (eg. workshops, concerts, picnics, weekend classes, theaters for kids) as well as some ideas and things to do in Warsaw for parents like festivals (eg. food, film, art, design, music), exhibitions (new exhibitions in Warsaw galleries and museums), fairs (eg. fashion, travel expo, pet supplies, winter sports fair).

What to do in Warsaw with children

And a bonus!;) Once a month you will receive a monthly Newsletter:Explore Poland with Kids. You will find there featured family-friendly destinations in Poland, dates to remember and things to do in Poland in a given month. The monthly Newsletter aims to show you beautiful places in Poland worth visiting with children, encourage families to explore Poland, and introduce some tips and facts about Polish nature, culture, and traditions that hopefully will help you to navigate your family life in Poland:)

For me Kids in the City’s newsletters have made a huge difference to understanding Warsaw, being able to plan good activities for the kids, and not the least to stay updated on the development and regulations related to the pandemic. Highly appreciate the work you’re doing.

Linda, mom of 2 children

I think Magda and the team at ‘What’s on in Warsaw’ are absolutely fantastic. There is no other service like this for parents in Warsaw and I regularly spot events I’d easily miss even reading newspapers and web portals in Polish. Tell other parents about this fantastic service!

Patrick Ney, father of 2 children

We often look for things to do during the weekends and therefore I absolutely love Kids in the City newsletter. It is well written and with all the information required for parents with kids. We have used it to go to many fun weekend events with our children. Our favorite are the arty ones.

Kavita from Warsaw, mom of 4-year-old Anika and 1-year-old Maira

I haven’t seen such a nice newsletter for a long time – the events are described in detail. I use it regularly. And as a mom I appreciate it even more because I don’t waste time looking for ideas on what to do during the weekends.

Kornelia, mom from Warsaw

As a parent your free time is precious, and Kids in the City wants to help you make the most of it. Get ideas and inspiration for family time (and lots of fun) in Warsaw in an easy way with Kids in the City Newsletters!