3,000,000 visitors annually.
535 hectares make the Silesian Park one of the largest urban parks in Europe.
32 hectares are occupied by the Upper Silesia Ethnographic Park in Chorzów.
0.8 hectares is the area of the Silesian Planetarium.
47.6 hectares are occupied by the Silesian Zoo.
26 hectares is the area of the Silesian Theme Park.
2.1 hectares is the area of the tennis courts of “Budowlani” Sport Park.
7 hectares is the area of the “Fala” swimming complex.
7 hectares are occupied by the Rosarium.
1.6 hectares is the area of the Perennial Garden.
2.1 hectares is the area of the Japanese Garden.
1.4 hectares is the area of the Great Meadow.
3.6 hectares is the area of the Fields of Mars.
1.8 hectares is the area of the Horse Meadow.
0.7 hectares used to be occupied by the Alpine Garden.
190.422 square metres is the total surface area of water reservoirs in the Silesian Park.
82,938 square metres is the surface area of the Park’s largest pond, the “Koźlok”, located in the Silesian Theme Park.
30,000 rose bushes are growing in the Park’s Rosarium, the largest rose garden in Poland.
620 metres of rope courses (46 obstacles, 39 platforms and 8 ziplines) can be found in the Silesian Adventure Park.
3,500,000 cubic metres of soil were moved and shifted to create the Park terrain.
1,700 trees had been recorded on the site of the Park before the construction works began.
1,800,000 trees were planted in the Park in accordance with the original plans from the early 1950s.
810,000 young trees grew in the Park in the early 1960s.
9,324 people participated in the first community work in the Park in the spring of 1951.
2,400 benches were installed in the Park in the early 1960s.
1,590 square metres is the area of the stage in the Large Dancing Circle.
320 metres is the altitude of the so-called Park Hill, the highest point in the Silesian Park.
135,000 passengers annually travelled on the old “Elka” cableway.
6 km was the total length of the route of the old “Elka” cableway which had three stops.
51 minutes was the average travel time of the whole route of the old “Elka” cableway.
296 metres is the length of the longest rope course in the Silesian Adventure Park.
18 projects were selected for realization during the first plein air workshop in the Silesian Sculpture Gallery.
550 metres is the length of the Regatta Canal.
33 rural architecture objects were exhibited at the first opening of the open-air museum.
80 centimetres is the depth of the Regatta Canal.
14 water reservoirs of various sizes can be found in the Silesian Park.
83,820 was the official capacity of the Silesian Stadium when it was first opened (the actual capacity was 100,000 people).
12 flower sculptures can be found around the Park.
216 people at a time can ride the Big Star, the largest merry-go-round in the Silesian Theme Park.
2,110 parking spaces are available in the Silesian Park.
54 metres was the height of world’s largest tower greenhouse which was located in the Park since 1983.
80 members are now actively participating the Silesia Park Academy of Volunteering, a project aimed at activating citizens aged 50 and more.
35 sculptures can be seen in the open-air Silesian Sculpture Gallery.
23 metres is the diameter of the dome housing the projector of Poland’s largest planetarium.
1 kilometre is the length of the dendrological discovery path in the Park.
2 kilometres is the length of the birdwatching discovery path in the Park.
25 is the number of flower beds in the Silesia Park.
75 coaches at a time can park in the Silesian Park.
2,200 metres is the length of the cableway section from the Silesian Stadium to the Silesian Theme Park.
4 people can ride on a single chair of the renovated “Elka” cableway.
8 people can ride inside a single gondola of the “Elka” cableway.
5 m/s is the maximum velocity of the cableway.
10 kilograms is the maximum weight of the luggage carried by one passenger on the cableway.
7 years passed before the “Elka” was reopened after closing down in 2007.
240 passengers at a time can ride on the cableway.
70 YEARS IS THE AGE OF THE SILESIAN PARK (JERZY ZIĘTEK VOIVODESHIP CULTURE AND LEISURE PARK).