Knappenstube "Unterberghaus", Leogang.
A4 Rosenheim-Innsbruck exit Kufstein Süd, west through St. Johann, Fiederbrunn to Leogang.
A8 München-Salzburg, exit Siegsdorf, south through Lofer to Saalfelden, turn right to Leogang.
A Salzburg-Villach, exit Bischofshofen, east through Zell am See to Saalfelden, turn left to Leogang.
Through Leogang to Hütten. Between Hütten and Berg turn turn left (signposted), 3.2km to the Unterberghaus.
|Open:||Mai to 20-OCT Tue-Sun 11-16 (weather permitting) |
Adults EUR 6, Children (3-18) EUR 3.
With Guest Card: Adults EUR 5.20, Children (3-18) EUR 2.50.
Locals: Adults EUR 5.20, Children (3-18) EUR 2.50.
Schaubergwerk Leogang, Tel: +43-664-3375852.
Bergbaumuseum Leogang, Hütten 10, 5771 Leogang, Tel: +43-6583-7105.
Tourismusbüro Leogang, Tel: +43-6583-8234.
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|Last update:||$Date: 2015/08/30 21:51:46 $|
|1989||opened to the public.|
The show mine is located in the Danielstollen (Daniel adit) and is accessible through the Barbarastollen (Barbara adit). The exhibition explains historic methods of mining and the geology of the deposit.
The ore of Leogang is a so called poly-metallic ore, which contained silver, mercury, copper, lead, nickel, and cobalt in changing proportions. But Leogang is famous for numerous rare and beautiful minerals which were found in the mine. They are sold on mineral fairs an at the mine.
A part of the exhibition is the nearby Knappenstube "Unterberghaus". This former mining building is now used for the tickest office, a restaurant, a souvenir shop and a small exihibition with maps of the mine.
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