Kitted out with a mining lamp and protective equipment you will enter the underground world of mediaeval mining. Everywhere in the Rathstiefste Stollen there is evidence of mining activity from the 12th century (or even older). You will find out how the miners must have felt in this place hundreds of years ago. At the end you will be rewarded with a hearty miner's "Tscherper" meal. Are you ready for an adventure in the oldest accessible water drainage gallery in the world?
Information about the guided tour (only with pre-booking as a group)
Tour duration: 4 hours
Group size 5 to 9 people
Minimum age 14 years
Price: 109 € (incl. Tscherper meal)
Tour dates are displayed in the event calendar. If a desired date is booked out, feel free to contact us so we can arrange for you and your group your own guided tour.
Unfortunately, this tour is not wheelchair- accessible and not suitable for persons with reduced mobility!
Also known today as a Tscherper, this hand-forged knife was an indispensable universal tool for every miner. He used it for all sorts of jobs like cleaning the lights, repairing the equipment and checking the wooden tunnel support, which was vital for survival. By sticking the cherp into the wood, the miner made sure whether the wood was still healthy and therefore viable or whether it had already rotted on the inside and was therefore dangerous.
But the Tscherper knife was also used in everyday life, such as cutting bread and sausages at the Tcherper meal, which was still taking place.
With a blade thickness of 4-4.5mm and a blade length of 120mm, the Tscherper was a powerful all-purpose knife. The blades are hand-forged for tough everyday use.
Under the expert guidance of master blacksmiths Rüdiger Willecke and Ralf Siegemund, you can forge your own Tscherper knife in a suitable atmosphere at the Rammelsberg World Heritage Site during a two-day workshop. Learn what hardening and tempering the blade is all about and what happens when the handle is made for a wedding.
Dates 2024: 02.02.-03.02. / 01.03.-02.03. / 05.04.-06.04. / 13.09.-14.09./ 25.10.-26.10./ 22.11-23.11
Time: Fri.: 4 p.m. – approx. 9 p.m. | Sat., 10 a.m. – 6 p.m
Registration at: email@example.com
On the Christmas days of the 25th and 26th december, we offer some extra tours at 11.15 am and 2.15 PM of our guided tour Small becomes big! Searching for traces in the mine
You can contact our booking office via this mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Until the late 1980s, central magazines were not uncommon for companies. Only the strategy of uninterrupted supply chains and fast delivery has made these facilities obsolete.
The central magazine building from the 1930s is still preserved at the Rammelsberg World Heritage Site. During the tour, the material management of the ore mine is explained and an original storage room of the magazine, with old shelves in which countless spare parts are stored, is visited.
Starting point: Museum box office, 11 a.m
Price: €18 Tickets at rammelsberg.ticketfritz.de
Dates: January 27th / February 10th
In direkter Nachbarschaft zu Goslar befand sich bis 1968 in Dörnten mit der Grube Georg-Friedrich eine bedeutende Eisenerzgrube, die durch eine fast 15 km lange Erzbahn mit Salzgitter verbunden war. Der Vortag von Herrn Berg.-Ing. Stefan Dützer geht auf die fast vergessene Geschichte des Eisenbergbaus vor den Toren der Stadt Goslar ein, zeigt die Spuren des Bergbaus und stellt die Aktivitäten zur Erhaltung von bergbaulichen Zeugnissen vor.
Referent: Stefan Dützer
Datum: 28. Januar
Zeit: 11.00 Uhr
Ort: Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg, Videoraum
Der Eintritt ist frei.
Over 1,000 years of mining history in your focus!
On the unique underground photo walk, you will be accompanied by a professional photographer who will be by your side with tips and tricks for your best snapshot. In a historically authentic setting, you are at the workplaces of the former Rammelsberg miners on site. Machinery, colorful vitrioles and hidden details - focus on your favorite place! Recommended equipment: tripod, flashlight (strong light if possible) and flashlight.
Time: 2pm - 5pm
Price: €37.00 including tips from the professional photographer.
Tickets at rammelsberg.de Onlineshop
This event will be held in german language.
For all sporty friends of the Mountain, on the 17th of August you can participate at the Rammelsberg Steiger run, brought to life by the TSG Jerstedt 1888.
Here you can find more information and how you can applicate.
The flyer for the Rammelsberg World Heritage Site gives you an overview of the museum houses and exhibitions as well as the tours offered, and it also contains information about the events taking place in 2024.
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