The tower is an iconic building. It the past it served as a device supplying city with drinking water. In later years Edward Giermek instructed to modernize water supply system. Now, the tower is signed into Register of Monuments and holds the Museum of Water Drops with some interesting exhibits such as firewater pumps, bottles and a rich collection of old photographs.
This is a vast forest land partly based in Pojezierze Litewskie. Romincka Forest is characterized by a unique fauna and flora, resembling taiga. The main tree types growing here are pine and spruce, one can also see oaks, linden, birch and hornbeam. Majority of typical polish wild animals live here, except for bison. Typical ones are elk, deer, roe deer, wild boar, wolf, fox, lynx, badger, raccoon, otter, beaver and many more. The name of the forest is not known etymologically. It may come from the Prussian antonym "Roma" and perhaps also from Rominty.
Ściborki is a very popular place for excursions. In the heart of the village there is a wooden house, which has approx. 200 years. Malamutes and husky are grown here. The creator - Dariusz Morsztyn is also known as a Running Wolf. Visitors have the opportunity to find out about the lives of Native Americans. Just one kilometer from Sciborki, on the forest edge one can admire some interesting exhibits and photo galleries referring to Indian and Eskimo culture.
There is a large group of Greek-Catholics living in Banie Mazurskie. They arrived here after the war as part of a resettlement action. Ukrainians for many years participated in the Roman Catholic church services as the eastern rite was forbidden. It was not until 1957 that the vicar father Eugene Uscki took care of the Greek Catholics and celebrated the Liturgy in two rites. The building is a unique monument and is now looked after by Basilian fathers.