There is a small exhibition of mining equipment – minibus, drills, etc. In 2012, the old mining works from the times of silver fever from the turn of the 15th and 16th century were also cleaned and secured.
The Ledová jáma with perpetual ice and snow forms a 60 m deep gap resulting from the fall of the medieval George mine. After the Battle of Napoleon at Leipzig, ice was brought from the mine to the wounded. From here you will reach the Vlčí jáma, which was created by the dropping of the Wolfgang mine, which was one of the largest in the area. You can also continue to the Blatenský vrh where there is a beautiful lookout tower.
Go through 500 years of mining history in two hours! Unique mining complex with chambers dug 40 m underground. The largest is twelve meters high and measures 60 x 20 meters. A tour of this mine is worth it!
On the first route visitors walk through a system of corridors to a huge cave with a lake. The second variant counts the exit to the surface behind the cave in the lower part of Hřebečná. The underground areas of the former Mauritius mine are the biotope of several species of bats.
The Mine of Země zaslíbená is located in the hill of Mělník, where it was probably mined in the 10th century. There were mainly copper ores. It managed to keep it in its original state when the old layers were removed. At the profile of mine can be seen hand breaking rocks, is therefore lower and narrower, nothing for the claustrophobics!