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South Tyrol Museum of Mining - Mining World Ridnaun Schneeberg

Mining Wolrd Ridnaun/Schneeberg

Maiern 48, Ridnaun, Ratschings (Racines)
Tel.: +39 0472 656364
Fax: +39 0472 656404
ridnaun.schneeberg@bergbaumuseum.it
www.bergbaumuseum.it

22 March–6 Nov
Tue–Sun 9.30–4.30 pm
Public holidays and in Aug also Mon
Schneeberg Adventure (from mid-May)
Excursion Schneeberg Mining World (from end of June)

Admission price

Compact program:

  • €10.00 adults
  • €7.00 groups (15 or more), elderly
  • €4.00 children (over 7), school groups, students (up to 27), handicapped
  • €20.00 families (2 adults, a random number of children up to 14 years)
  • €3.00 museum only free entrance for cildren up to 7 years

Adventure program:

  • €25 adults
  • €15 children up to 14, students, elderly, handicapped

Mines program:

  • €35 adults
  • €20 children up to 14, students, elderly, handicapped
  • €15 children up to 14 with parents

Junior program:

  • €7 children up to 14, students
  • €10 adults

Interactive map

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The Schneeberg mountain was the longest-worked silver, lead and zinc mine in the Alps and is still almost entirely preserved. The insight provided into 800 years of mining history is thus unique, with exhibition galleries, mule paths, braking inclines, ore bins, horses and modern ropeways, as well as a Workers’ House for the miners. Working machines in the ore treatment plant show the complex process of ore separation. A varied programme of events provides an authentic insight into the world of mining.

Photogallery

  • Mining World Ridnaun Schneeberg - Foto Ludwig Thalheimer
  • Mining World Ridnaun/Schneeberg
  • Mining World Rdnaun/Schneeberg
  • Mining World Ridnaun Schneeberg, Children exploring the tunnel
  • Mining Wordl Ridnaun Schneeberg