With the comfort of the participants in mind the groups are limited to 55 people.
2. When to tour the National Stadium?
Tours of the National Stadium are available from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Sunday (last tout starts at 7 p.m.). Tour schedules and details are available on our website in the "Tours" tab. Dates for organised groups are available subject to a reservation system.
3. How much is a ticket?
Prices vary according to the route and ticket type (from 10 to 40 zł per person). A complete price list is available on our website in the "Tours" tab.
4. What is the minimum tour group size?
There are no such limits on tours for individual customers. Organised group bookings are accepted from groups of 20 or more participants.
5. Can I reserve a ticket as a private individual?
Individual customers will be able to start making tickets reservations as of the second half of September. Until then tickets are available at tour reception for up to one week in advance.
6. Who is entitled to half fare tickets?
Half fare tickets are available to school pupils, students, pensioners and the disabled together with their carers.
7. Who is entitled to free tickets?
Free tickets are available to:
children up to 5 years old on individual tour tickets,
1 carer for 10 half fare ticket holders during a tour by an organised group,
licence tour guides and tour pilots subject to current credentials being in order.
8. Which gate is best to access the Stadium?
The best access gates are 2 and 11, looking over Rondo Waszyngtona and the in the direction of Warszawa Stadion PKP train station. For convenient access gates facing Wybrzeże Szczecińskie are also open. Gate No. 1 facing Al. Zieleniecka is dedicated to disabled access.
9. Where can I park?
Again, to make your parking experience more convenient we opened an underground car park for PLG vehicles (entry via gate no. 6 from ul. Wybrzeże Szczecińskie). Underground car park is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. A parking fee applies.
Additionally the coach car park by the Warszawa Stadion PKP Train Station, entry from ul. Siwca, ul. Sokola or ul. Zamoyskiego.
10. Can I get to the Stadium by public transport?
From the Central Station - tram routes 7, 8, 9, 22, 24, 25, bus routes 117, 158, 507, 517, 521 and all trains departing Warszawa Śródmieście.
11. Where can I buy a ticket?
At the Tour Reception, accessible from Al. Zieleniecka in the vicinity of gate no. 1.
12. Where do tours start from?
Tours start from the mock up of the Stadium's cross section in the hall, by Tour Reception.
13. How long is a Stadium tour?
There are a number of options available. Footballers Route takes approx 1h, the Chic Route approx. 1h30min, the Likeable famous Route approx 1h30min, Historic Route approx. 2h.
We encourage you to see visit the Lookout spot where you will be able to stay for as long as you like between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
14. Where can I leave a pram?
A pram may be left at Tour Reception.
15. Are food and drink available at the Stadium?
Geleria Cafe is located by Tour Reception.
16. What disabled access facilities are there at the Stadium?
17. What facilities are available to tour participants?
all routes connected by lifts,
250 audio sets connected to the tour guide's mike for use by on tours,
2 sets - induction loops amplifying the tour guides voice for those with impaired hearing (please indicate the this requirement at the time of purchasing the ticket).
disabled toilets at tour reception and along their routes, by the lookout spot
18. Can I use my bank card at the Stadium?
Yes, we accept all types of cards.
19. Can dogs access the Stadium?
The entire area surrounding the National Stadium is a dog no access zone with the exception of guide dogs.
20. Can I see the Stadium by myself?
Sigh seeing is only possible with a National Stadium guide - you can get to the Lookout Point by yourself. The surroundings of the National Stadium may also be toured independently.
21. Does a tour ticket include access to the Lookout Point?
Yes. All guided tour tickets include Lookout Point access.
22. Is access to the national Stadium free?
Access to the area surrounding the National Stadium is free, gates open every day at 7 a.m and remain open till 9 p.m., except on maintenance days - for up to date information see the Events calendar. A city park with facilities like hammocks, swings, paths, running trails, roller blading and cycling routes.
Lost and found can be collected in the Lost Property Office on ul. Dzielna 15.
25. Where can I park my bicycle?
There is a bicycle stand at the tour reception
26. Where can I buy tickets for National Stadium events?
Tickets to events are sold by the event organiser and not the National Stadium. Ticket availability information can be found by event descriptions in the Events Calendar
27. Where is the press centre?
Our press spokesperson and PR department contact details are available from our website in the For Media tab.
28. Where can I see Stadium plans?
Plans of particular levels are available in the Our Place tab.
29. Is there a grass pitch at the Stadium?
The national Stadium is a multifunctional unit and thus grass pitch is laid out for when the national team is playing. During most events the grass is not on rolled out.
30. What is the temperature at the National Stadium?
Temperature inside the National Stadium is similar to ambient temperature.
31. Who should I approach to hire premises for a business event?
Please contact out Sales Departments.
Contact our Sales Team:
Event Lounges and Conference Centre
(48 22) 295 95 55