With us, even rainy days are fun
Even if the weather is unfortunate and does not encourage you to go to the beach, a day at Blue Marine Mielno can still be very joyful.
Playrooms for younger and older children
Since the very morning, your little ones can play in one of the 2 playrooms for smaller children, where their inexhaustible energy will be released during pranks and mischief on our “Pirate Ship” or in “Kulkolandia” kids’ playroom. Older children will be able to practice their eye and reflexes on one of the 3 electronic game consoles (PS4).
Game rooms for young and old
Parents with children can actively compete by playing ping pong, table football or ice-hockey, using several tables available in our center. There’s also something for fans of club games who can test their skills in a billiard room equipped with an 8-foot table.
Attractive animations for children
In high season (from mid-June to mid-September) and during winter-term breaks, holidays and longer weekends, we invite children aged 5-12 to participate in numerous animations. Classes are organized 3 times a day in approximately 1.5-hour blocks - in the morning, afternoon and evening. The program of everyday activities is designed in such a way to intertwine creative activities with physical exercises and educational content. It should be borne in mind that your child will refuse to go to the beach or for a walk, because ... Martyna will “be teaching them how to make bracelets” You can find a sample animation plan HERE
WWF environmental education - fun and games
While staying at Blue Marine Mielno, you can enjoy the full benefits of the surrounding nature. Unfortunately, without our help and ecological sensitivity, the environment will continue to degrade. When could there be a better time for your children’s environmental education, if not while playing with other peers?
Therefore, we invite all young Guests to games and activities developed in cooperation and on the basis of WWF Poland programs. Your children can play and learn at the same time in our learning modules. You can also play our original ecological “Peter” game, which introduces endangered species in Poland and in the world and teaches about the right way to behave in situations that threaten wild animals. You can also find this knowledge useful - it is never too late to learn and act 😉
Pottery workshops for children
There is probably no child that doesn’t like to play with clay. During the holidays, Mr. Marian visits Blue Marine Mielno, teaches children what a pottery wheel looks like and how to use it. With his help and under his watchful eye, children “roll” bowls and cups on a wheel, which they then decorate with their own hands. Could there be a more beautiful holiday souvenir than a self-made and decorated vessel?
Performances by circus artists
In the season, every week, our Blue Marine Mielno turns into a circus arena for professional artists working in Polish and foreign circuses on a daily basis.
Family board game tournaments
In the era of ubiquitous electronics, is there still anybody interested in board games? Yes, there is! At Blue Marine Mielno, we regularly organize evenings with board games - those that require longer gameplay and solid concentration. Our “game depot” contains over 30 different “board games” that you can borrow from the animator on tournament evenings and play with your family or between families in our banquet hall. Maybe this will be an opportunity for your family to discover a common passion for “board games”, or maybe it will be the beginning of “traditional games” between befriended families?
Library and party games corner
Our Lobby contains a handy library with over 200 different book titles for adults and children, and a rental of popular games (checkers, cards, pieces, etc.) While enjoying a cup of coffee and one of our desserts, you can play cards with your family or friends, or immerse yourself in reading alone.
Attractions apart from the immediate surroundings of Blue Marine Mielno
Koszalin Water Park
Countless attractions, unusual sports and recreational swimming pools and slides, as well as places designed especially for your children and many other attractions will allow the whole family to relax and spend time actively! It is one of the most modern Aquaparks in Poland. Clean air, great fun, positive energy and excellent regeneration of the body and mind. The sauna area offers brine, steam and mud baths as well as herbal and Finnish saunas.
Access:20 km from Blue Marine Mielno
Opening hours: open daily 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Address: : 14 Rolna Street, Koszalin
Phone no.: 94 721 60 06
Archery Fun Park Koszalin
So far, Archery Fun Park is the only place of this type in Poland. Activity and competition - this set is in the blood of each of us, regardless of age, although it sometimes remains dormant in the current world dominated by the Internet. Archery Fun Park proves that it is enough to create an attractive space for games or fun to awaken the will to compete in each of us. Players have at their disposal an interesting place where, under the watchful eye of instructors, they can put their fitness, shooting or tactical skills to a test together with their family, friends or acquaintances, but most importantly, participants can spend time having fun in a unique place.
Access:17 km from Blue Marine Mielno
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m., Sat-Sun 11.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m.
Address: 24 Franciszkańska Street, Koszalin (2nd floor)
Phone no.: 510 231 535
Play Park Koszalin
It is a great place for everyone, regardless of age or experience. Jumping on trampolines or playing in the sponge pool is great fun for everyone. There is also the region’s only skate hill and a climbing wall.
While the children are busy with having fun, parents can take advantage of the buffet or the manicure office 🙂
Access: 18 km from Blue Marine Mielno
Opening hours Mon-Thu 1 p.m. - 7 p.m., Fri 12 p.m. - 8 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., Sun 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Address: Boh. Warszawy 24/26 Street, Koszalin
Phone no.: 730 073 730
Koszalin Narrow Gauge Railway
The Koszalin Narrow Gauge Railway is a historic railway that runs on a fragment of the Koszalin - Rosnowo line. While on the ride, you can enjoy plenty of interesting objects and relax with your family. The route includes ecological education stops, a reservoir, a reserve, a shooting range and other attractions. There is a possibility of organizing a bonfire and a guided ride that will provide an interesting introduction to the stories of the railway and the passing objects.
Access: 18 km from Blue Marine Mielno
Timetable available HERE
Address: narrow-gauge railway station Kolejowa Street, Koszalin
Phone no.: 601-154-937
Air Defense Museum in Koszalin
The Air Defense Museum is a relatively new attraction, which was officially opened in January 2016. The first part of the museum is a permanent exhibition entitled “History of Polish anti-aircraft weapons” and a room dedicated to military units currently stationed in Koszalin. The second part features an open-air exhibition, which presents large-size anti-aircraft equipment: rocket, artillery, radar, as well as two training and training planes PZL TS-11 Iskra and a Jak-40 transport plane. The Yak-40 plane can be visited inside from spring to autumn. You can see how the most important people in the country, presidents, prime ministers, ministers and marshals used it to travel.
Access: 20 km from Blue Marine Mielno
Opening hours:in the summer season (IV-IX) Tue-Fri from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Sat-Sun 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Address: 70 Wojska Polskiego Street, Koszalin (Parking in the street opposite the museum on the right)
Phone no. – Museum ticket office: 732 885 102
Museum of Polish Arms in Kołobrzeg
The Museum of Polish Arms in Kołobrzeg is the largest historical and military facility in northern Poland and the second largest in the country. The main military exhibition (5 Emilii Gierczak Street) features several hundred uniforms, mostly used by the Polish Army, a rich collection of weapons and military vehicles, including tanks, planes and artillery.
Another branch – Koszalin History Museum at Braunschweig Palace (13 Armii Krajowej Street) focuses on the history of the city, archaeological artifacts and the largest metrological collection in Poland - measures and weights.
The Seaside Open-Air Museum in Kołobrzeg(31 Bałtycka Street) – In our opinion, the most interesting part of the museum exhibition is the third part of the Museum. There are two stranded two warships here: ORP Fala and ORP Władysławowo and a number of monuments related to the Baltic Sea.
Access: 43 km from Blue Marine Mielno (mainly along the S6 expressway)
Opening hours:in the summer season (May-August) daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (open-air exhibitions until 6:00 p.m.)
• Kołobrzeg, Museum of the City of Kołobrzeg - 13 Armii Krajowej Street;
• The History of Polish Arms (including an open-air exhibition) - 5 Emilia Gierczak Street;
• Kołobrzeg Sea Open-Air Museum - 31 Bałtycka Street (Reduta Solna)
Phone no.: 94 352 12 88
FORT MARIAN Military and Historical Museum
Fort Marian is a must-see spot for every enthusiast of military vehicles and military. Here you can find the Historical Vehicles Museum, operating at the Tytan Association. The museum is undoubtedly the showcase of the commune, it attracts tourists from Poland and abroad. It was founded on the initiative of enthusiasts and collectors of military vehicles. The collection features a number of unique military vehicles, including: the American REO truck, the T-55 Merida tank, as well as a collection of motorcycles. It is a real tourist gem in Pomerania.
Access: 35 km from Blue Marine Mielno
Opening hours: high season - Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm; off season - “per phone call”
Address: Malechowo 27B
Phone no.: 602 580 840
Cold War Museum - Nuclear Object 3001 in Podborsko
The Cold War Museum is the fourth branch of the Polish Arms Museum in Podborsko, about 50 km from Kołobrzeg. The museum is located in the nuclear shelter, which was part of the secret nuclear base of the Soviet troops. Inside, you can admire a complete set of installations ensuring the possibility of safe service to the crew, storage rooms, a reloading hall with still operational devices for moving trolleys with heads. For our Guests awaits a qualified tour guide who offers a passionate presentation of not only the history of the base itself, but also the history of the Cold War in Western Pomerania and the whole country. Among all the Warsaw Pact countries, only the Soviet Army was allowed to have nuclear warheads in its permanent arsenal. In February 1967 in Moscow, an agreement was signed between the authorities of the USSR and the People’s Republic of Poland to create three bases-warehouses of this type of weapon on the territory of Poland. The selected locations were Podborsko near Białogard, Brzeźnica-Kolonia near Born Sulinowo and Templewo in the Lubuskie Land.
One bunker can accommodate a group of 40 people at a time. Visiting the bunker takes about 1 hour. The temperature in the bunker is around 6 degrees Celsius - we recommend bringing a warm coat.
Access: 59 km from Blue Marine Mielno
• in the summer season (VII-VIII) every Sunday and Wednesday 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.;
• in September and October: every Sunday at 11:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m.;
• from November 2020 to April 2021, the museum serves only organized groups.
Address: Podborsko, Tychowo commune (coordinates GPS N 53 57 52 64 – E 16 07 27 55)
Phone no.: 517 811 016
The Blücher Bunkers in Ustka
Museum in bunkers from World War II Blűcher - a complex of German bunkers from the 1930s - is located close to the center of Ustka, right next to the western port breakwater. On the 12-meter dune - the highest hill overlooking the beach - there was a cannon station of the so-called guiding cannon. The bunker has two floors. The upper bunker had a 105 mm caliber cannon on top. The steel seat of the cannon’s rotary mechanism has been preserved in the center of the plane surrounded by ammunition niches. In the lower, hidden part of the cannon station, there are shelters for service personnel, connected by an underground corridor with the command and fire control bunker, on the upper platform of which there was a rangefinder, which allowed to track potential targets.
This place is to provide knowledge about history in an accessible, interactive form. Currently, the most interesting point is the underground, where there is a modern multimedia museum with films, dioramas and realistic mannequins in uniforms. The exhibition shows the horror of war and the nonsense of the enormous efforts made by the Nazis to make Ustka a military Fortress, which was never completed.
Access:76 km from Blue Marine Mielno
Opening hours: daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Address: 40 Boh. Westerplatte Street, Ustka
Phone no.: 698 669 446