The park is located in the town centre between Strzelców Bytomskich and Ignacego Paderwskiego Streets. The flat area of 0,52 ha slopes from north-east towards south-west.

In the years 2005-2006 it was renovated. Paths and mode were rebuilt, lawns rehabilitated and bushes planted. The park flora includes aestetically and botanically precious specimen of trees and bushes: Tartar maples, stem hawthorns, weeping willows, fineleaf limes and others.

As a result of transformation the park regained its splendour and became a meeting and leisure centre for lots of residents.



The Garden is situated in the region of Strzelców Bytomskich, Osiedlowa and Poniatowskiego Streets. The area is 4.890 m2. It is one of the biggest and children's favourite town playgrounds.

The Garden has been being transformed since 2008 (transformation of the green belt, path renovation and playground devices replacement)

Trees, ornamental plants as well as fruit bushes grow in the area. The majority of ornamental plants consists of broadleaf trees: ash trees, false acacias, maples, elm trees, ornamental cherry and plum trees, poplars and limes. Small group of coniferous trees is represented by thujas, yew trees, spruce and junipers.  Separate group of bushes consists of privery bushes with dogwood, forsythias and white hedges, and thorn hedges. All of the plants create a colourful arrangement which remains unique in all year seasons.



Town Park is located in the valley of The Drama River, in the southern part of Pyskowice. It is a part of urban greenery as well as a component of the landscape. The composition of Town Park doesn't represent a defined garden style. However, it may be classified as a so called folk town park.

Diagonally (north east towards south west) through the park runs an ash tree path which used to be a socially significant route for pedestrians. It combines the town centre with the railway station. Another important route of this kind is a chestnut alley running along the western border of the park. One can also observe some marks of lime lanes along the path

at the western side. In the region of previously - existing central yard, areas of western thujas and Crimean limes are still to notice.

The free arrangement of greenery makes the park look natural and gives the community a chance to draw its leisure qualities.

The tree stand consists of precious trees, some of which are over 100 years old. Dominating species are: spruce - Picea pungens, pine - Pinus strobus, black pine - Pinus nigra, black poplar - Populus nigra, Canadian poplar - Populus x canadensis, false acacias - Robinia pseudacacia, maple - Acer negundo, white willow - Salix alba, dark birch - Betula obscura, clumps of cypres trees of Chamaecyparis type.