Visiting the Polish Baltic coast, we invite you to our Miniature Park in Niechorze. We offer a guided tour which will last no longer than 45 minutes. You will visit the entire Polish coast and all lighthouses from Krynica Morskia to Świnoujście. All our miniatures are build in scale 1:10.

  • 72-350 Niechorze, ul. Ludna 16
  • tel. 691 977 977
  • Open daily:
  • 10:00 - 20:00

Our Newest Attraction: The Narrow Gauge Railway of Rewal in Miniature

Train station in Trzęsacz

Foghorn of Kobba Klintar Island

Scale 1:1

City Hall of Kołobrzeg

The Park is open everyday from 10am until 8pm!!!



Finally we can present our newest attraction: The miniature of the narrow gauge railway in Rewal. After a week of assembling, the trains already circling our track. All stations between Trzęsacz and Pogorzelica were built in scale 1:25. A steam and diesel locomotive reach the individual stations, while they cross several bridges and even drive through a long tunnel. Equipped with light and different sounds the locomotives are a lot of fun for everyone.

See for yourself, every day from 10 am to 8 pm!

Beach chairs are very popular due to their beautiful design, comfortable seating and many different colors. In our Miniature Park in Niechorze you now can relax during your visit in such chairs. We are sure that in the high season many visitors will use this possibility.

Children's Day should be every day - all children agree with us.
Thanks to all the small and large children for their visit. We invite you all year round to visit us.

In the last four years we have given every day our best to offer you an exciting visit to our park. Furthermore, we have expanded the Park every year for our guests with new miniatures and exhibits. But this year we have a special gift to our guests. For the 120th anniversary of the local narrow-gauge train, we decided to build it with all stations in miniature. The new exhibits are presented in June at our park. We are very happy that we have found in the past four years so many friends - our many guests who come to visit us every year.

Welcome to the Miniature Park of the Polish Lighthouses, where everyone can find something exciting. For small guests we have a play area, a pond where you can feed fish and delicious ice cream.

The adults can enjoy aromatic coffee or eat delicious waffles.

We invite all small and tall, to visit our park.

We would like to thank all our guests who visited us on Labor Day (celebrated on the 1st of May) and the rest of the long weekend of May. The weather was very nice so you could enjoy the stay in our Miniature Park. Fortunately, we do not have to wait very long for the summer.

We invite you to the Miniature Park of the Polish lighthouses in Niechorze. Only here you can visit all the lighthouses of the Polish coast and other exciting models. A tour guide will accompany you and will provide knowledge and answer all of your questions. The sun usually shines all the time in our Park even when it rains outside. In the unlikely event that a drop gets lost in our Park, we provide enough umbrellas for our guests. We are open throughout the weekend of May every day from 10 am to 5 pm.

Spring is here. Slowly nature awakens from hibernation. The birds twitter, the bees are buzzing and the first buds stretch towards the sun. Perfect conditions to visit our Miniature Park. If the April does what he wants, we also have umbrellas for our guests in the Park. We welcome you every day from 10 am until 5 pm!

Easter is coming and if you are planning a short holiday on the Polish coast, you should visit our Miniature Park. Only here you can visit all Polish lighthouses and other interesting miniatures and exhibits. You will be accompanied by a Park guide who explains you the most important facts of each model. And especially at Easter we will also open our Bistro for our guests, so after the guided tour you can drink the best coffee of the Polish coast and eat delicious cakes and fresh waffles.

The opening times for Easter can be found above. We are looking forward to your visit!

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