Nice and cool activity in summertime, situated in the wildpark of Warstein. You get to see several examples of how caves are formed, several types of stalagmites and stalactites, very pitoresque. There are a lot of caves in this area, but not nearly all visitable, but this one is, so you also get to learn about neighbouring caves. The original entrance can't be reached by the public, so the entrance nowadays is manmade. When digging out this entrance lots of archaeological discoveries were done, men lived here in prehistoric times and left their garbage, which is very interesting for men today!
A new cave is formed underneath your feet since there still is a river running underneath this cave.
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