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The Lower Silesia Monument’s Miniatures Park has been established in Kowary in the neighborhood of a carpet factory. The goal is to create a euroregion information centre. Visitors of the Park have the unique opportunity to get familiar with monuments reproduced precisely in 1:25 scale.

  • 58-530 Kowary, ul. Zamkowa 9
  • tel. +48 75 75 222 42, +48 661 699 699
  • Open daily:
  • 09:00 - 18:00
News

The Miniature Park in Kowary is the largest tourist attraction in Lower Silesia and is visited daily by many children and youth groups. Average of 22 buses per day, arrived at our record day 37 buses in our park.

June 13th, 2013 will always be remembered as the "Blue Tongue Day" in the Miniature Park in Kowary. Due to our refreshing sorbet with blueberry flavor especially our youngest guests had a lot of fun.

On June 1st, Children's Day is celebrated in Poland. A perfect opportunity to spend a special and memorable day with your little ones for example in our Miniature Park. Many beautiful castles and churches can be admired by the little ones. In our bistro we offer delicious cakes, waffles and ice cream. And in our gift shop we have souvenirs from different regions.
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On 10-11.05.2013 the Tourism Fair Tourtec was held for the fifteenth time in the old town of Jelenia Góra. Exhibitors came from all over Poland and from neighboring countries. Our Miniature Park brought specially for the exhibition in Jelenia Gora a unique Miniature house from Zgorzelec. Despite only one miniature and flyers in three languages ​​we attracted great interest due to the uniqueness of our Miniature Park. Within two days, tens of thousands of people visited the exhibition, unique in the 15-year history of the show. The photos thanks to mrs Elżbieta Bojczuk.

In May a steering wheel with a diameter of 2 meters and our lightship Adlergrund will be transported to our Miniature Park of the Polish Lighthouses in Niechorze. Currently the exhibits are in the Lower Silesia Monuments Miniature Park in Kowary.

Rainy weather does not spoil the fun in the Miniature Park. How do we do that? We provide each guest with a green-white (umbrella) sun shade. See for yourself. We welcome you.

Each year the Miniature Park in Kowary is visited by famous people such as actors, corporate owners, singers or dancers. Often these people are traveling as tourists to get to know the beautiful Lower Silesia. Today we were visited by a famous Polish presenter, Martha Kielczyk accompanied by Dr. Joseph Lisowski.

The time has come when nature awakes from its long winter sleep. The blooming flowers embellish the already beautiful landscape in Lower Silesia in Miniature. Take a walk around the monuments, of course, with seven-league boots!

After a long wait spring has finally arrived. It brought the warming sun and many tourists. We invite you to enjoy the first rays of sun with a visit to our park.

Marian Piasecki was a finalist in the poll of the "Wroclaw Newspaper" regarding the personality of the year!

Journalists from Czech TV have made ​​a film about our latest miniatures. Particular attention was given to our model studio. Over several hours, our model builders were interviewed and filmed doing their work. Some photos we have provided for you.

Our model builders are currently building another magnificent castle, the Castle Moszna in the Opole Voivodeship. The miniature will be presented in our park in May 2013. Taking a look at the photos you can see how far the construction has progressed.

The Castle Moszna is visited by many tourist who admire the huge number of towers of the castle, almost 99 in total. It is unique in its construction and is not without reason referred to as the "Polish Disney Castle".

Despite the snow and frost in our park you can feel the festive atmosphere of Easter. We present our beautifully decorated and cozy hall and invite you to discover.

Last weekend a tourist fair took place in the Czech town of Hradec Králové. As one of the main tourist attractions of Lower Silesia our Miniature Park in Kowary was also represented. To the fair we took our miniature castle from Jilemnice, one of the most important buildings of the Czech Giant Mountains. Our stand attracted over 1800 visitors, who were thrilled by our model, and received small gifts from our employees.

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