The Jordan Group has just launched a robot show with a multimedia background in the center of Krakow, presenting the history of the first capital of Poland through the most exciting legends.
As part of the robotic show, you can see the most famous legends of the city, such as the history of the Wawel dragon, Kinga and the salt mine in Wieliczka, St. Mary’s towers, the yellow ciżemka, and the Sigismund bell. However, the offered tourist attraction is not only about stories; using the latest technology, the robot theater brings the heroes of legends to life and allows you to interact with them. During the show, participants can travel back in time and find out what dangers lurked on Mr. Twardowski’s path, evoke a ghost, or see live how the Lajkonik danced on the streets of the city. Additionally, see life-size copies of all the related props (except for the Wawel Dragon, which would not fit in full size). That is, Sigismund’s bell, the trumpet on which it is played every day at 12 bugle call on St. Mary’s tower, a massive lump of salt or the famous yellow ciżemki, which are related to the history of St. Mary’s altar.
The show takes place at Pawia Str. 8 and is available in six languages: Polish, English, Spanish, French, German, and Ukrainian, but work on additional languages is in progress. Shows every hour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the box office, but they are half the price online.
More details and ticket purchases at https://wowkrakow.pl/pl/legendy-krakowskie