Wonderful world
in miniature!

Sky Tower in Wrocław

Welcome to Kolejkowo Wroclaw!

We will take you for a journey through the miniature world in Kolejkowo. The creators of Kolejkowo have built a huge and vibrant model picturing the wonderful Lower Silesia. They have made huge efforts to imitate as precisely as they could the reality and the life of the miniature inhabitants of Kolejkowo who are shown in a variety of daily situations. In Kolejkowo you will have a chance to observe the rural life and accompany tourists during their mountain expeditions. You will also take part in a rescue operation and play roles of foresters, skiers, buyers, construction workers, circus artists or sunbathers.

Kolejkowo is located in one of highest buildings in Poland. Skyscraper Sky Tower is located at street Powstańców Śląskich 95 . When visiting the miniature world, in this magnificent and late-classicistic structure you can see, for instance, the models of structures from Wroclaw and the whole region of Lower Silesia. The architectural masterpieces, such as the Swiebodzki Station, the Town Houses of Wrocław Market Square, the Meteorological Observatory at the top of Śnieżka, the Secrets of Karkonosze Mountains in Karpacz, or the Szwajcarka Shelter in Western Sudetes, can also be found there.

In Kolejkowo 27 trains pull 118 wagons through nearly 1 km of tracks. Every train reaches almost 400 km mileage per month. This equals the distance from Warsaw to Zakopane.

Wroclaw in miniature

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Kolejkowo Wroclaw by numbers

buildings including miniatures of authentic buildings of Lower Silesia

City of Sand

Over 10 tonnes of sand, amazing sculptures, a dragon and sand castles. The City of Sand at Kolejkowo in Wrocław has been open since 14 June!

A unique attraction in Wrocław - City of Sand.  Buildings and castles made of sand, a huge sand dragon, Kolejkowiczanie building a world out of objects left on the beach. Plastic bottles turned into greenhouses, rafts made of ice cream sticks, excavations. Look around carefully and you will find sand inspired art and ecology.

The City of Sand opens to the public on 14 June in the Wroclaw Railway Station and awaits you until 18 September!

Visits included in the price of admission to Kolejkowo.

Kolejkowo Miasto z Piasku Atrakcja we Wrocławiu
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World in miniature

Wrocław is a beautiful place in the Lower Silesia, which history was shaped through ages. The town square is one of the most popular places in the city. This is the centre of Wrocław’s nightlife. Restaurants, live music, events and celebrities make this place so unique that we always wish to go back to it.
Karkonosze Mountains
The English name for this beautiful mountain range is Giant Mountains. These mountains are so unique that for ages they have been a place that inspired and fascinated people. You will find there picturesque landscapes and vast amounts of space surrounded with legends and fascinating history.
Polish Countryside
Although the countryside in Poland has changed throughout the past several years, we decided to present it from the past perspective. That’s why you will find there an old tractor, animals moving around the yard and a beautiful natural landscape around the houses. Just in the old days…
Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore is one of the most famous American symbols. In Kolejkowo we decided to take a local approach on it and we created our own Polish version of the monument. It now contains the faces of all our modern-era presidents.
Construction site
Looking for an idea for a good comedy film? Go to the construction site. You'll find every genre of film there. The coincidence of the situation is no coincidence thanks to the District Building Inspector. This gives those studying at construction schools the full spectrum of knowledge about working on a building site. The precise reproduction of the individual construction elements additionally enables them to learn proper building technique. Bob the Builder would feel right at home!
Wrocław Brochów
A district that until recently was alive with railways. In Brochów, you feel like you're in a small town. There is a local newspaper and the community is very close-knit, so you get the feeling that you are outside Wrocław. In another place in Poland.
Embankment on Bogusławskiego Street
There are shops in Wrocław where trains are an everyday occurrence. There are several charming pubs under the railway line running to the main railway station, and not only... We can go to a flower shop, have a good pizza straight from Italy or listen to musicians. Some believe that one of them played on the Titanic.
Old Market Square in Wroclaw
The old market square is the heart of the city. This is where people meet to spend some time together. This place never sleeps. It stays alive during the night and day.
Świebodzki railway station
This place was a must see on the layout. The Świebodzki Station building was constructed in 1842. It served its function until 1991. After 25 years, we have brought traffic back to the station, only in miniature.
Polish block of flats
During the communism era the blocks of flats were supposed to be a sign of someone’s wealthiness and modern approach to life. Now, they often seen as one of the main topics from that era to taunt about. Nevertheless, we find them as an important part of Polish landscape and reality. That’s why you will find them on the miniature world too.
The miniaturised, but still enormous, highest peak of the Karkonosze Mountains proudly presents itself on a model. High altitude climbing, winter skiing and a huge weather station... a must see. The famous observatory on Śnieżka is a unique site in the Karkonosze Mountains. The unusual architecture of the building, which resembles a flying saucer, where some of the lowest average temperatures in Poland have been recorded. Add winds of more than 200 km/h and you have the true home of the Snow Queen.
Szwajcarka Hostel
A hunting lodge built in 1823 by order of Wilhelm von Hohenzollern. It is one of the oldest hostels in Poland. Modeled on a building from the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland and built entirely of wood, only the roof is weighted with stones. The building is surrounded by a balcony in a way unusual for the Tyrolean style. In 1950, PTTK (Polish Tourist and Sightseeing Society) took over the building and created a tourist hostel there, and its first host was Tadeusz Steć.
Lower Kolejkowo
There is an Upper Kolejkowo, so there must be a Lower Kolejkowo. Here you will see an example of a historic railway and a vintage passenger train and BR 80 locomotive.

How Kolejkowo is made

Realism is the priority to us. That's why strive to imitate the reality as close as possible. Old tenement houses from the Wroclaw Town Square, Swiebodzki Railway Station, or even the small bench from the Wroclaw Brochow station - they all were created based on real photos and very detailed measurements of their elements. Whenever we have a possibility to check the real construction plans, we do that as well. That’s why our buildings are so realistic and reflect the real ones so close.
It would be hard to imagine a place like Kolejkowo without trains. They move between miniature stations keeping the miniature world alive. They carry passengers, wood, coal and many other things. Their average speed is around 1,5 km/h - so that every our visitor can see their beautiful details as they cruise close to them. Daily an average train in Kolejkowo reaches around 12 km of millage. Monthly, it translates into almost 400 km.
Cars are a natural part of the modern world. They make us mobile and free when it comes to traveling. Sometimes we complain when they cause traffic jams and contribute to air pollution, but you can’t imagine a contemporary city without them. In Kolejkowo vehicles drive around streets - just like in reality. Thanks to modern technology they drive safely and omit each other on crossings. Unlike the real cars however, they are fueled by electricity, so they are much more environmentally friendly.
Dzień i noc
The miniature city never sleeps. 7 days a week, during night and day, it stays awake all the time. Just like in real world, in Kolejkowo you will experience day and night. You will be able to see how the miniature world changes under different light conditions and observe the life of miniature citizens from a different perspective. In our world the day lasts for 9 minutes and then the sun sets for 4 minutes.
Our miniature world is probably the only mockup in the world where you can experience a real storm. Every 8 minutes, over miniature Ruda Śląska, thunders are heard and lightnings struck the cloudy sky in two. Just like in reality, real rain falls from the sky and the miniature buildings figures are covered in water. You can also hear realistic storms and light effects, which make the entire scene as close as it can be to reality.

Ticket prices


36 PLN
29 PLN


34 PLN
27 PLN

If you are interrested in group visiting, please check out our offer for groups (in Polish only).

Opening hours

We are open everyday 10 a.m. through 6 p.m, 365 days per year, also on Sundays and holidays.

Gingerbread Town

The smell of spices, colorful lights, shining snow. Charming houses, figures and animals are made entirely of iced gingerbread and chocolate trains run through the town. The Gingerbread Town is waiting for visitors in Kolejkowo in Wrocław from November 23 2022 to the end of February 2023.

The Gingerbread Town is over one and a half tons of spicy dough. Visitors can see a gingerbread town hall, church, zoo, Baba Yaga's house, railway station and hundreds of houses. The festive scent is the result of the use of 140 kilograms of honey and 40 kilograms of spices. Town is covered with icing made by 321 eggs, 168 lemons and 365 kilograms of powdered sugar.

The Gingerbread Town in Wrocław is open for the second time and is almost twice as big a year before. Kolejkowo baked new tenement houses, a Wrocław zoo with animals and a chicken leg house. All elements are decorated with sweet, colorful icing.

For the first time, sugar figurines inspired by classic fairy tales made by the World Champion in Cake Decoration will also live among the gingerbread. Baba Yaga lives in a chicken leg house, Hansel and Gretel got lost in the gingerbread forest.
Spending family time surrounded by aromatic gingerbread and Christmas trees is a great idea for a Christmas trip. Kolejkowo is also open on the first and second day of Christmas. The Gingerbread Town will be open until the end of February and its sightseeing takes place as part of the purchased ticket to Kolejkowo.



Questions & answers

What are the opening hours?

Kolejkowo is open 10:00 am through 6:00 pm, 365 days a year. We are open even on national holidays.

What are the ticket prices for individuals?

The prices for individual tickets are 36 PLN regular and 29 PLN discounted.

What discounts do you offer?

The discount applies to children between the ages of 3 and 18, as well as to students, pensioners and disabled persons. Children under the age of 3 can enter for free.

Do you have to buy tickets online?

You can buy tickets online, as well as on-site. However, buying the tickets earlier online will give you the guarantee that you won’t be waiting for entering the exhibition. The online ticket ordering system lets you choose the exact time of your visit. That’s why we recommend buying tickets online before coming to Kolejkowo.

Is there a time limit for sightseeing?

There are no time limits. You can stay inside as long as you need until the closing time. Typically, our visitors spend 1,5 hours inside.

Is Kolejkowo appropriate for small children?

Yes, it is! Kolejkowo is equally interesting for children and adults. Children usually pay attention to trains and vehicles movement, whereas adults focus on details such as figures and life-situations shown in the miniature world.

Does the staff speak foreign languages?

Yes. Our staff and guides speaks English.
We also offer paper guides with a description of the entire exhibition in the following languages: Polish, English, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Czech and Spanish.