Mining Museum, Harrachov

Foreign-language commentary: German Texts in foreign language: English, German, Dutch Services and facilities: Parking, Parking for buses Museum Specification: technical, local history

The Mining Museum in Harrachov offers a unique opportunity to look back at the history of ore excavation technologies in Bohemia, which dates back to 1760 in Harrachov.

Here, visitors may take a tour of the mineralogical collection, a number of documents, objects, tools, instruments, mine plans and other materials giving an idea of the work in a mine. The exposition also includes a tour of an underground drift, which is about 1,000 m long.

Here we can get acquainted with preserved machines dating back to the last century and the parts of the drift which are still operational. Apart from a complete mine hoist, we can see mine trucks, an accumulator room, locomotive, loader, etc. The tour of the drift takes about one hour and visitors have to wear protective coats and helmets. The route of the tour leads through a typical environment of an ore mine, is covered with chippings and illuminated.

Because the Museum is heated, the temperature here stays at the steady level of 10-12 °C all year round. It is situated opposite the central parking lot behind the coach station in Harrachov, five minutes' walk on an asphalt road turning right to the premises of ADOS CZ a.s. (the former ore mine).

July - August Tu - Fr 9:00 - 14:00 open
Sa 9:00 - 15:30 open
* Entrance to the gallery tour is allowed for children from 4 years old accompanied by a person over 18 years old. * Mining gallery tour is possible for groups 4–25 persons. * Large groups should book in advance! * Interpretation services are offered in Czech, English, German and Polish language. Visitors can also use promotional materials in Polish and German language.

Entrance fee

Full entrance fee:50,00 CZK
Discount entrance fee:50,00 CZK
Children's tickets:50,00 CZK
Full entrance fee:150,00 CZK
Children's tickets:100,00 CZK for children up to 15 years
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