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

Foghorn of Kobba Klintar Island

Scale 1:1

City Hall of Kołobrzeg

Miniature in the park
  • Mushroom anchor

A special type of anchor that is used in places where the seabed consists of fine sand or silt. The mushroom anchor was invented in the 19th century by Robert Stevenson, a famous Scottish engineer and lighthouse builder. In 1807, the anchor was used for the first time on the Pharos lightvessel in the North Sea. The lightvessel served as a temporary lighthouse during the construction of the Bell Rock lighthouse (one of the seven wonders of the industrial world). The lightvessel Adlergrund which was anchored to the shoal Eagle Ground (de. Adlergrund) also used mushroom anchors due to the sandy seabed.

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