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 - 16:00

The Narrow Gauge Railway of Rewal in Miniature

City Hall of Kołobrzeg


Today our Miniature Park was visited by guests from Germany who brought a special story with them. In 2005, Heide and Harald Schalz went on a trip to Antarctica and visited the Polish research station and the lighthouse "Arctowski". They were delighted to see the lighthouse so detailed in scale 1:10.

The lightvessel Adlergrund and the pre-war period lighthouse Krynica Morska are our latest miniatures and can be admired shortly in our park in Niechorze. Right now they are still in our Lower Silesia Monuments Miniature Park in Kowary.

In cooperation with the tourist television Polskanaweekend.tv we have made a film about our miniature park.


A group of high school students from Szczecin learned from our park guide interesting stories about the individual lighthouses and visited in just 45 minutes the entire Polish coast.

Soon a miniature of a lightvessel in scale 1:10 will be presented in our park. The work on this miniature is almost finished, as you can see watching the photos from our Model Studio.

The first wedding couple has visited our Miniature Park to make some beautiful wedding photos with our miniature lighthouses. Thanks to the nice summer weather the photos turned out to be beautiful.

A group of 4 to 5-year-old experienced an interesting and informative journey in our Miniature Park. They visited the entire Polish coast and learned about the history of the various lighthouses. But they were most impressed by our largest model - the Bliza.

At the beginning Niechorze was a typical fishing village. Today's landmark was built in 1866 in the form of the lighthouse. The tourism boom began in the year 1870. In 1889 over 700 tourists visited Niechorze during their holidays. The first photo is from the year 1960-64.

Niechorze lives primarily from summer tourism. Another tourist attraction was opened this year directly below the lighthouse: Our Miniature Park of Polish Lighthouses. The two photos show the results of our work!

The photos show the film crew and one of the actors, Simon Jedrzejowski - Mayor of Niechorze and employee of the Maritime Authority, during the filming.

The day of the lighthouse says goodbye with a beautiful evening sky.

Our small and large guests are ready to take a picture with Mr. Smiley.

On the 19th of August is the day of the lighthouse. In order to celebrate this, we are open until 9 pm that day. We look forward to your visit!

On August 15th is the Feast of the Assumption of Mary. If you are looking for something to do then come and visit us in the Miniature Park of the Polish Lighthouses. We are open from 10 am - 20 pm and are looking forward to your visit.

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