A park of sculptures and art objects, unique in Poland, is being created in the public space at Lake Strzeszyńskie in Poznań. While such venues are common in Western Europe, they are still rare in Poland. The few collections of sculptures in public spaces are most often scattered in the urban space (e.g. the exquisite collection in Elbląg), which significantly hampers the sightseeing. If the Visual Park projects develop as planned, Poznań stands before a chance of becoming the leading centre promoting spatial form contemporary art. Moreover, the premises at Lake Strzeszyńskie (patterned after centres such as Luisiana near Copenhagen and Kroller-Muller in the Netherlands) will become attractive for tourists, a venue of free and natural contact with art and education for the city residents.