5 Things to do in Bad Grund That You Shouldn't Miss

September 13, 2021 Toi Mattera

Discover the best top things to do in Bad Grund, Germany including WeltWald Harz, Bergbaumuseum Knesebeckschacht, Hubichenstein, Uhrenmuseum, Cave Experience Centre Iberg Dripstone Cave.
Restaurants in Bad Grund

1. WeltWald Harz

Huebichweg 1 near Hübichenstein, 37539 Bad Grund, Lower Saxony Germany +49 5327 829103 http://www.weltwald-harz.de
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5.0 based on 28 reviews

WeltWald Harz

2. Bergbaumuseum Knesebeckschacht

Knesebecker Weg 1, 37539 Bad Grund, Lower Saxony Germany +49 5327 2858 [email protected] http://www.knesebeckschacht.de
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5.0 based on 11 reviews

Bergbaumuseum Knesebeckschacht

3. Hubichenstein

B242, Bad Grund, Lower Saxony Germany [email protected]
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Hubichenstein

4. Uhrenmuseum

Elisabethstr. 14, 37539 Bad Grund, Lower Saxony Germany +49 5327 1020 [email protected] http://www.uhrenmuseum-badgrund.de/
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Uhrenmuseum

5. Cave Experience Centre Iberg Dripstone Cave

An der Tropfsteinhohle 1, 37539 Bad Grund, Lower Saxony Germany +49 5327 829391 [email protected] http://www.hoehlen-erlebnis-zentrum.de
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4.0 based on 103 reviews

Cave Experience Centre Iberg Dripstone Cave

The Cave Experience Centre is a visitor magnet in the Harz. Its three sections bring the geological history of the earth to life and display one of the fascinating highlights of European cave archaeology. The "Museum in the Mountain" shows that the Iberg was once a coral reef in the South Seas and covers its journey to the north. This connects directly with the Dripstone Cave - show cave since 1874. The "Museum on the Mountain" is dedicated to the sensational discoveries at the Lichtenstein Cave. This cavern was the grave of a Bronze Age family clan nearly 3000 years ago. An copy of the cave hangs under the museum roof and can be entered by visitors. On the basis of the diverse finds, the life and death of the clan is movingly displayed and even their living descendents are presented - making this the oldest and longest genetically verifiable family tree in the world! Guided tours in English, Danish and Spanish - please inquire.

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