Lower Silesia Miniature Park

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Country: Poland Region:
dolnośląskie
Town:
Kowary
Category:

miniature park

Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

Instead of overcome one thousand kilometers in search of historic buildings you should go to Kowary (on the Carpet Factory area) and see in one place castles, palaces, churches and other buildings dating back hundreds of years. You'll see here, among others: Książ Castle, Miłków Palace, Schneekoppe, Vang Church, Castle Czocha, Paper Museum, and ... the old towns of a few cities.

Miniatures are arranged both outdoors and in the "living room" (here in the winter months part of the collection is transferred). Park guides talk about the past, individual buildings, as well as about the ways in which the models were constructed. Here you can also learn quite a bit about the current owners of some palaces. Our guides told us about the costs of creating certain miniatures - they range from 20 thousand to 220 thousand zloty - depending on the object.

The miniatures were made in 1:25 scale.

At the park there is a cafe where you can watch films thematically related to the park and miniatures gathered here, and buy souvenirs.

In the shop at the entrance to the park you can also stock up on souvenirs from Lower Silesia, and the Czech Republic.

Visiting the park takes about one hour.

Lower Silesia Miniature Park

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Adress:

ul. Zamkowa 9, 58-530 Kowary

Gallery:
Opening days and hours:

Open everyday from 9:00 to 17:00.

Tickets adults:
16 PLN
Tickets children:
children under 14 - 12 PLN; teens (14-18) - 13 PLN
Pass:

n/a

Additional information:

Shooting photos is free of charge.

E-mail:

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Phone:

+48 75 75 222 42

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Updated on

Friday, 26 April 2013

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