Park Zdrojowy in Międzyzdroje is located in the central point of the town, near the Międzyzdroje Walk of Fame, between Parkowa and Ignacego Krasickiego Streets.
Park Zdrojowy was established in the mid-19th century, below sea level. There are rare species of trees growing in the Park, including pyramidal oaks, plane trees, and thujas. The Park is very well kept – there are a lot of benches, fountains, flower beds, and parterres. There is a building erected in the second half of the 19th century adjacent to the Park; it served the function of a spa house until the Great War. It housed guest rooms, a reading room, as well as a music and ballet hall. The house was a place at which many personages of that time Germany arrived. Nowadays, the building houses the International Community Centre where many all-Polish and international events, such as the International Festival of Choir Song or the Gala Gwiazd Festival take place.
Since 1999, the Park has been named after Frederic Chopin and that is why there is a monument of the composer located in the Park – it is actually a bust situated on a narrow pedestal. Another monument in the Park is the Neptune’s Statue situated in the very centre, nearby the Tourist Information Point. Most likely, the statue has been placed in the Park, because Neptune was a god of water, clouds, and rain in the Roman mythology.
In the Park, we can also see a commemorative plaque from 2012, dedicated to Eryk von Zedtwitz, a Marinist painter who lived and worked in Międzyzdroje.
Another interesting object in the Park is a parterre representing a peacock. The structure is commonly called Paw Tolek [Tolek the Peacock] and is located within a square between the International Community Centre and the Tourist Information Point.
There is Tourist Information Point in the Park.