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Well we have toured a lot of various mines in the world,copper,asbestos,mineral,coal,etc,but nothing quiet like this.
Easy to find on the train or by car,go to Neckarsulm,follow to b27Bad Friedrichshall along the Neckar river and then take exit to Kochendorf,the mine is clearly signed opposite...More
Wish we hadn’t bothered 😕 Rushed through without any care or attention. Forced to where disgusting dirty overalls and Hit head off the low ceiling without any warning before embarking on the train. Spoke to manager after who wasn’t bothered. Also disgusted that it cost...More
We took our 7 year old son to the mine. What an experience! We have visited other mines on this trip and it is really interesting to see the history that is involved with Salt mining. Cool things to keep the interest of all the...More
This has been a really good visit, compared to other mines this is fairly modern, yet you get to see the older ways of mining salt as well.
It is very well laid out and educational, we went with my niece and nephew and both...More
Beautiful and interesting as well as fun for the kids. Went with two girls 5 and 8 years as well as a baby and it was an amazing experience for everyone. We bought tickets online which saved us 2 hours standing in line.
Located about an hour's drive East of Heidelberg. Open only in the Summer (May through September) and only on the weekends and holidays, as well as a few Fridays. We had to change our trip plans to be here on a Saturday, but it was...More
After paying the reasonable entrance fee, visitors ride an elevator to a depth approximately 200-meter underground. The tour itself is self-paced along well marked and well lighted tunnels. There are eight huge chambers. The first chamber contains a 160-meter long core sample along with a...More