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In Kolejkowo, we will take you on a journey through a miniature world.

photo: Kolejkowo

The creators of Kolejkowo created a huge model, an attraction full of life and showing the wonderful Lower Silesia. They made every effort to reproduce reality as accurately as possible and present the life of miniature inhabitants of Kolejkowo, showing them in various everyday situations. In Kolejkowo, we will see life in the countryside, accompany tourists on mountain expeditions, take part in a rescue operation, play the role of foresters, skiers, merchants, construction workers, circus performers and sunbathers.


Kolejkowo attraction is located in the tallest building in Wrocław in the Sky Tower on the first floor, the exhibition covers 900 square meters. You can see there, among others models of buildings from Wrocław and the whole of Lower Silesia. There are such architectural gems as: Świebodzki Railway Station, the town hall and the tenement houses of the Wrocław market square, Monopol Hotel, ul. Piłsudzkiego, Solpol, characteristic apartment blocks, the meteorological observatory on Śnieżka, the Karkonosze Mysteries in Karpacz, the Szwajcarka shelter in the Western Sudetes.


Sky Tower, 1st floor

Powstańców Śląskich 95,

53-332 Wroclaw


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