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 - 18:00

The Narrow Gauge Railway of Rewal in Miniature

City Hall of Kołobrzeg


And it happened - autumn is here. However, the weather at the coast contradicts this - the sun warms up just like in the middle of summer. It's perfect weather for walks by the sea, but not only. This is a great opportunity to visit the Lighthouse Miniature Park. In the charming colors of autumn, but at the same time in the rays of the sun, we offer you a walk along the Polish coast - in the footsteps of lighthouses. You will see here not only lighthouses still in operation, but also those excluded from the list of lights or destroyed during war.

Open daily from 10am to 5pm!

For several years we celebrate the "Lighthouse Day" in Poland on the third Sunday in August. Although technical development has brought changes in the area of navigation safety, lighthouses are not yet a thing of the past. They are considered the most interesting objects of the maritime heritage and are a tourist attraction of the coasts.
All the lighthouses of the Polish coast, existing ones and those that no longer exist, can be seen in one place: We invite you to the Miniature Park of the Polish Lighthouses in Niechorze.

Open daily from 10am to 7pm!

...would be awesome. But unfortunately, the summer holidays tend to end sometime. But there is still time to enjoy the beautiful weather, for example at the Polish Baltic Sea. And because it will eventually be boring to lie on the beach, we have a recommendation for you: Visit our Miniature Park of Polish lighthouses in Niechorze - over 45 unique models - guided tour - a beautiful and well-maintained facility - a Bistro with many refreshments and delicacies - a Souvenir Shop...

...and all that daily from 10am to 7pm!!!!

We look forward to your visit!!!

The most famous Polish submarine, ORP ORZEŁ, has been resting on the seabed for 80 years. For reasons still unknown, ORP ORZEŁ and the entire crew was lost during a patrol in the North Sea between May and June 1940. The search for the ship has been carried out for many years. They were led by both the navy and civilian expeditions. Unfortunately, the lost legend has not yet been found. As the researchers affirm, the search for ORP ORZEŁ will continue until it is completed.

You can view our miniature of the submarine daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Have you ever wondered how important safety in the Miniature Park is to us? Taking into account the health of you and our employees in connection with the COVID 19 epidemic, we have introduced various principles. Every person who takes part in a park tour is obliged to cover his mouth and nose. According to the applicable regulations, the use of masks also applies indoors. There are points for hand disinfection in front of the entrance and in the catering facilities of the Miniature Park. The tables in the bistro are regularly disinfected. These are just a few of the points thanks to which we can feel safe and still admire the beauty of the lighthouses and other monuments from the polish coast. Following the rules is not always pleasant, but remember - health is the most important thing!

The Miniature Park is open for you daily from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Welcome!

The breakwater in Gdansk, built in the 1930s, was renovated in the early 21st century. The repair of the western jetty was completed in 2006. In the course of this, the old entrance lighthouse was replaced by a new one. The new, now green lighthouse is similar to the red entrance lighthouse on the eastern pier. These position lights should enable entry into the port at night and poor visibility during the day. In shipping, the color green is shown on the right (starboard) and red on the left (port). This system was introduced at the end of the 19th century by Great Britain to prevent collisions at sea.

Every day between 10am to 7pm

Our Park offers not only unique miniatures, but also beautiful flowers. Thanks to the summer weather, the ice plants, geraniums and petunias present themself in their full glory. The pictures are just a taste, better look for yourself. Every day between 10am to 6pm !

We cordially invite you to spend this year's Women's Day with us in the Miniature Park. Embark on an interesting journey along the Polish coast and enjoy an aromatic coffee afterwards.

We are open from 10am to 5pm.

The "cold" season was very mild and sunny this time. Since we already have the end of February, this time it looks like a snow-free winter on the Baltic Sea coast. Nobody really misses it here, because snow fits better in the mountains. Snow or not, our Miniature Park is worth a visit in any weather and in any season. You can admire 47 miniatures and exhibits, such as the Kamień Pomorski Cathedral, the museum ship "Dar Pomorza" and of course ALL lighthouses on the Polish coast. An animator will accompany you during your visit and tell interesting stories about the individual models.

Open daily from 10am to 5pm

Soon the winter holidays start and it is worthwhile to spend them on the Polish coast.
We invite you all to our Miniature Park in Niechorze, where you will have many positive and unforgettable experiences.

The park is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm!

The year 2020 is still fresh, a good moment to take a quick look back at 2019.
After a mild winter a long and sunny summer followed with many satisfied guests who visited our Park. We would like to thank them very much.
We presented two new miniatures in June 2019: The residence of the von Magnis family in Bożków. A beautiful castle, which was replicated in 17 months by 17 model builders in great detail. We also presented a miniature of the Baltic Cross of Hope. In Pustkowo, about 100 meters from the sea, you can admire a faithful copy of the cross placed on Giewont in the Polish Tatras. In total, you can now admire 47 miniatures and exhibits with us and we already have plans for 2020.

We are looking forward to your visit!

All the best for 2020
wish the owners of the Miniature Park of Lower Silesian Monuments in Kowary & the
Miniature Park of the Polish Lighthouses in Niechorze
together with the team!

Autumn is over. The trees have thrown off their leaves and nature prepares for the winter. The Advent season begins, soon is Christmas and shortly afterwards the year is over. Also in winter it is worth to visit our Miniature Park. Unique miniatures and other exhibits are waiting for you. Afterwards, it is worth visiting our souvenir shop, where you might find a gift for Christmas. You can also warm up with an aromatic coffee or delicious mulled wine and then take a walk on the nearby beach.
Open daily from 10am to 5pm

The autumn sun shines in the Miniature Park. It is a good time to visit the Park and see the beautiful world of miniatures in autumnal colors. When the outside temperature drops a bit, you can enjoy in our Park aromatic coffee or mulled wine.

Summer time ends on October 27, 2019 at 03:00. The clock will be moved back 1 hour at this time.

We invite you every day from 10am to 5pm to the Miniature Park of the Polish Lighthouses in Niechorze.

In Poland, Europe and the entire northern hemisphere, autumn will start this year on September 23rd at 09:50 am Central European Summer Time.
The beginning of the autumnal calendar coincides with the autumnal equinox, when the zenith of the sun crosses the equator. In September the sun moves from north to south and ensures shorter days and falling temperatures in the northern hemisphere: autumn begins here.
The good news, even in the fall is worth to visit our Miniature Park. Unique miniatures and exhibits, an informative and entertaining Park tour, as well as an aromatic coffee or tea afterwards make the visit an unforgettable experience.

Open daily from 10am to 5pm!

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