Miniatur Wunderland

Opening Date August 2001
Layout Size 1.499 m2
Sections 9
Track Length 15.715 m
Trains ca. 1.040
Wagons > 10.000
Longest Train 14,51 m
Signals 1.380
Switches 3.454
Computer 50
LEDs ca. 389.000
Buildings 4.340
Figures 263.000
Cars 9.250
Trees 130.000
Working Hours 923.000
Employees 360
Construction Cost 35.000.000 €

 

The Future of Miniatur Wunderlandes in Numbers

Fun Fair

Opening Date April 2020
Construction Period April 2019 – April 2020
Layout Size 9 m2
Construction Time ca. 20.000 hours
Figures ca. 15.000
LEDs ca. 100.000
Attractions & Food Stands ca. 150

Monaco & The Provence

Opening Date End of 2020
Construction Period Mai 2018 – End of 2020
Layout Size 63 m2
Figures ca. 50.0000
LEDs more than 10.000
Trees ca. 7.500
Trains ca. 50

South America

Opening Date End of 2021
Layout Size 200 – 220 m2
Construction Time ca. 190.000 hours
Track Length 1.600 meters
Buildings ca. 500
Figures ca. 60.0000
LEDs ca. 50.000
Trees ca. 32.000
Trains ca. 115

The World from Above

Opening Date End of 2021

Central America & The Carribean

Opening Date End of 2023
Layout Size 140 – 160 m2
Construction Time ca. 90.000 hours
Track Length 1.100 meters
Buildings ca. 300
Figures ca. 50.0000
LEDs ca. 40.000
Trees ca. 15.000
Trains ca. 180

Asia (Part 1)

Opening Date End of 2026
Layout Size ca. 150 m2

The Future from 2027 onwards

There has never been a lack of ideas in Wunderland. Whether we build more parts of Asia or Africa, perhaps England, the Netherlands or something completely different, we don‘t want to decide yet. One thing is certain: The real world offers so much inspiration and as far as we‘re concerned, we will never stop building.