Swissminiatur

Free entry with Melide Card and 50% discount with Melide Tourist Card

If you want to have an overview of Switzerland and spend a pleasant time in a fantastic region, don't miss Swissminiatur, an exciting place and an attraction for all those who want to visit our country.

Swissminiatur was inaugurated on 6 June 1959 and in 2009 celebrated its first 50 years. It is a miniature outdoor park and is located in Melide, on the shores of Lake Ceresio, in the Italian-speaking region of Switzerland. The area is surrounded by mountains such as Monte Generoso, San Salvatore and Monte San Giorgio, recently declared a Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Covering an area of ​​14,000 square meters, visitors can admire over 120 models in 1:25 scale of the most famous buildings and monuments of Switzerland. For model railway enthusiasts, a network of 3'560 m of miniature railways winds through the park. It is fascinating to see the 18 trains run on the tracks, cross bridges and stop at the stations. Boats sail the lakes, cable cars and funiculars rise and fall from the mountains and cars run on the highway.

For garden lovers, the entire park is adorned with 1,500 plants and over 15,000 flowers, while for children various games are available.

By presenting the Melide Card at the entrance of Swissminiatur, entry for domiciled is free and that for tourists is discounted at 50%.

INFORMATIONS

OPENING HOURS

The Swissminiatur theme park is open daily from 30 March to 3 November 2019 from 9.00 to 18.00.

Inside the park, in addition to the numerous models, it is possible to eat while enjoying typical regional cuisine or Indian specialties. There is the possibility of reserving themed seasonal menus and organizing aperitifs from 20 people up to a maximum of 200 by reservation. In addition to a wide selection of local products, Swissminiatur also offers the possibility of setting up a menu customized. In the evening, the park will be completely illuminated for the occasion, creating a magical atmosphere for your event.

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