The Tatra National Park hosted again the representatives of education, local governments, National Parks, National Forests as well as Tatra guides.
This time, the guests were invited on the occasion of the end of the “Nature House, People’s Park- through ecological education for sustainable use of the ecosystems of the Tatra Mountains” project, within which the modern and innovative “Children Discovery Land” was created as well as the biggest Tatra model in Poland.
In addition, the audio-visual room was rebuilt and new nature films were added to the offer, including a very interesting interactive film as well as a 3D film.
It needs to be said that the new Centre of Nature Education did not complain about lack of interest. Within 4 months from opening, nearly 40.000 people have visited it.
The Tatra National Park could afford to expand and modernize the existing museum thanks to the European Economic Area funding.
However, this is not the end of the change. Next year, we are planning to expand the Exhibition Hall. There will be meadow and forest dioramas, the artificial cave as well as virtual rooms where the tourists will be able to feel what a bear’s life is like or look at the Tatras from the bird’s eye view.
The investment includes the building thermo-modernization as well. It is estimated that the second part of expansion will cost 11 mln PLN. The funds will also come from the European Economic Area.
In the meantime, the Tatra National Park welcomes and encourages children and adults to visit and use the attractions.
Certainly, everyone will have their difficult nature questions answered and the time spent here will inspire to gain further Tatra Mountains knowledge.
For the organizational reasons, it is recommended to book a place, day and time in advance on eeagrants.tpn.pl
The Centre is open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.