Here you can find the main landmarks presented in our museum.

Today, the Miniland Museum houses 18 unique interactive architectural miniatures of notable places that will allow each visitor to get closer to the culture and history of Belarus. The museum exposition will actively expand and improve. We plan to create up to 70 models, which will fully present the variety and beauty of the cultural sites of all regions of Belarus to visitors. All attractions have been selected on the basis of historical and cultural significance, as well as in relation to the different regions of the country.

Now the exposition of the museum present such famous places as Brest Fortress, Belavezhskaya Pushcha, Castles in Mir and Niasvizh, St. Sophia Cathedral in Polatsk, Gomel Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches and others.Each miniature is a minicopy of the attraction and the surrounding area. In addition, some historical scenes are restored for your greater immersion in the history. Guests of the Museum become active participants during the visit as each miniature has its own interactive features.

Attractions in the exposition
Build time
The distance from Minsk
Brest fortress
Brest , Brest XIX c.

Brest Hero Fortress is one of the key monuments in Belarus. Memorial complex was created to immortalize the courage of Soviet soldiers during the World War II.

Palace of the Puslovsky family (Kosava palace)
Kosava , Brest XIX c.

A legendary Palace of the Puslovsky family is located in a small town of Kosava in Brest region. The construction was finished in 1838.

The Great Choral Synagogue
Hrodna , Hrodna XVI c.

The Great Choral Synagogue is the oldest synagogue of Hrodna and is the centre of public and religious life of the local Jewish community.

St. Sophia Cathedral
Polotsk , Viciebsk XI в.

St Sophia is an ancient unique Cathedral of the city of Polotsk. It became the first stony cathedral in Belarus erected by Prince Usiaslau the Sorcerer in 1044-1066 at the merge of the Polota and the Western Dvina.

The Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches (Homiel palace)
Homiel , Homiel XVIII c.

The Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches is a unique landmark in the heart of Homiel and one of the most popular attractions of the country.

Kalozha church
Hrodna , Hrodna XII c.

Kalozha church is the oldest building in Grodno. It is also among the most ancient buildings of Belarus.

Belavezhskaya Pushcha and Manor Viskuli
Kemienets , Brest XX в.

A notable attraction of our country, Belavezhskaya Pushcha is the remains of the primeval forest. It is one of four Belarusian national parks and the largest forest in the central European lowlands.

Kamenets Tower
Kamienets , Brest XIII c.

The Kamenets Tower is considered to be one of the most noticeable sign of Belarusian architecture. It is a remarkable sample of medieval fortification building.

Church of Saints Simon and Helena
Minsk , Minsk XX c.

Church of Saints Simon and Helena is known all over Belarus mostly as the Red Church. With its location in the city’s center, it is a recognizable symbol of Minsk.

Trinity suburb
Minsk , Minsk XIX c.

Where in Minsk can you walk on the cobbled pavement streets, admire the old houses with tile roofs and go to the pharmacy as a museum?

St Nicholas Church in Mahiliou
Mahiliou , Mahiliou XVII c.

St Nicholas Church is the oldest church in a city of Mahiliou. Moreover, it is the biggest Baroque-style church of the country.

National Library of Belarus
Minsk , Minsk XXI c.

A lot of tourists in Minsk try to find the National Library. And it’s an easy task as every citizen knows this landmark.

Mir Castle
Mir , Hrodna XVI c.

The Mir Castle is a wonderful sample of the fortification art of the 16th century. It successfully combines Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance styles.

Niasvizh Castle
Niasvizh , Minsk XVI с.

The Niasvizh Castle is one of the most beautiful landmarks in Belarus. Thousands of visitors attend the Castle attracted by its history and glory.

Lida castle
Lida , Hrodna XIV c.

One of the reasons to visit Lida is a possibility to dive into the medieval atmosphere in the very center of the town.