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Gulliver-Welt A Miniature Park in Bexbach Germany

Updated: Jul 16, 2023

Are you in the KMC area and looking for something to do? Well check out this miniature park about 20-30 minutes from the Ramstein area. It's slightly in disrepair and falling apart, but it's something different to do and you can take fun photos along the way. These paths will take you on a trip around the world with little informational stands near each structure.

As you can see (above), we may or may not have had a little too much fun at this park. Taking the iconic Leaning Tower photo with a miniature version was definitely my favorite.

These spots in particular were quite beautiful. The Eiffel Tower would, in my opinion, be the best spot for aesthetically pleasing photos. On the day of our visit, it was surrounded by beautiful greenery, crisp blue skies and white fluffy clouds.

Be careful. Many of these structures have been vandalized or are falling apart. They are rusted, there is some broken glass, and also flaking paint. This could be a fun spot to take the kiddos to, but I would inspect the displays before letting them get too close to see what condition they are in.

There is an official website and you can find the map of the grounds here.

On the map mentioned above, you can see this playground close to the globe and near the entrance (near number 28).

At the entrance, there is a mining museum called Saarländisches Bergbaumuseum Bexbach if you'd like to add on another activity while visiting. It doesn't have terrible reviews (4.4 on Google) so it might be worth seeing! Looks like adult admission is around 5 euros and children are 3 euros. They also have other options for their entrance fees for families and birthday parties etc.

If you happen to be hungry during your visit, there are plenty of food options not too far away (looks walkable). That train station icon there is also Bexbach's stop if you don't have a car and use the train for transportation.

Finally, there is an electric parking station and easily accessible free parking off on Bliestalstraße. Right near the Bergbaumuseum. You can see it on the map on the right-hand side of the road near a small body of water.

Note: The bathrooms (shown above on the right) were not open when we were there. Unsure if there are any other bathrooms at the location (didn't see any).

Oh, and if you' like one random extra thing to do afterwards, go visit the R2-D2 at the Zweibrücken Observatory! Official Website:

Thank you for your support.

Happy adventures!

- Allie

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