The Mining Museum in Landek Park exposes the unique exhibition and displays in a spacious industrial area on the outskirts of the natural monument. The exhibition shows the progressions of human life from the Stone Age, through typical industrial architecture, to the mining technology of the 20th century. The site is therefore a combination of a museum and an open-air museum than a traditional museum.
The exhibition of the mining rescue service in Landek Park is one of the largest one of its kind in the world. Among the historical gems with an international meaning belongs, for example, the oldest surviving breathing apparatuses from 1884 and the historic Siebe-Gorman diving kit from 1920. The exhibition also includes modern breathing and rescue equipment. Children can try their hand at rescue training on the rescue training polygon.
The underground exhibition is composed of the cultural monument Anselm Mine in Ostrava-Petřkovice with its dominant part consisting of a forty meter high headframe. A total of 250 meters of drifts are located underground at a depth of 9 meters. A guided tour summarises the history of coal mining in the years 1782 – 1990 and includes a demonstration of the operation of some of the mining machines. The guided tours include life-size mannequins of miners portraying realistic work conditions in the mine. A new addition is also Ferdinand the horse.