"On site with the mine train"
Ring, ring, ring! A bell warns loudly when the mine train enters the mine. Now embark on your adventure! Like the Rammelsberg miners, they drive deep into the mountain to their workplace "on site". You will encounter unique underground mine rooms, the history and function of which will be explored in the tour during the ore mining. A special experience: Due to the current pandemic situation, you drive into the mountain in open wagons! The tour takes place in small groups of max. 10 people, so that the prescribed distance of 1.5 meters can be maintained everywhere. Wearing mouth / nose protection is mandatory.
Monday - Sunday between 10.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. every half hour
Duration 3/4 h (in german language)
"Fire and Water - The Roeder Gallery"
In the Roeder tunnel, immerse yourself in the more than 200-year-old system of water power-based conveyors on the Rammelsberg. Together with our mine guide, you follow the path of the water - once the only usable energy source - underground to the giant waterwheels that were used to extract ore for more than 100 years. The tours take place in small groups of max. 9 people, so that the prescribed distance of 1.5 meters can be maintained everywhere underground. Wearing mouth / nose protection is mandatory. Unfortunately, the tour is not suitable for glasses wearers, because in combination with the mouth / nose protection, the glasses fog up very much underground.
Monday to Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. every half hour (in german language)
Saturday / Sunday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. every quarter of an hour (in german language)
Duration 1 h
"Behind the scenes of the Rammelsberg" (over day)
This popular guided tour on the Rammelsberg is often offered on special occasions, because it also offers something special: It leads you beyond the well-trodden paths and the usual paths of the "regular" tours. Here and there you can take a look behind closed doors and buildings, learn interesting details about the mountain and its history or special experiences of your guide from the museum. This tour is definitely unique because it is new every time.
Monday - Friday 12.30pm and 2.00pm (in german language)
Saturday / Sunday 11am, 12.30pm and 2pm (in german language)
"From ore chunks to concentrate" (over day)
The ore processing nestles on the slope of the Rammelsberg like an oversized staircase. In the tour, you follow the path of the ore first with the inclined elevator to the highest point of the system - where it leaves the conveyor basket in large chunks - to the ready-to-use concentrate in front of the loading station. Your way through the imposing industrial building takes you along the original machines and you will learn what effort and effort was required until the ore released its treasures.
Monday - Sunday 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. (in german language)
Duration 1½ hours
"Scientists lead" (over day)
Do you want to slip into the skin of a scientist? You can do that in this tour. Become an archivist, curator, author or cultural mediator: Every Wednesday a different research assistant introduces you to the secrets of his or her work. Each of them has their own engagement with the mountain and brings a piece of the history and culture of the miners back to life for you.
Wednesday 2 p.m . (in german language)
"From small to big! Searching for traces in the mine"
The focus of the family tour on Rammelsberg is on the children. Because here you can be really curious, ask questions and get to know the new exciting world of mining. Together with your parents or grandparents you visit part of the Roeder tunnel and the huge open-air facilities. Here you can discover numerous unusual things that you have probably never seen before. Across the entire site, you will get to know mysterious places and objects in a family search game. When it comes to uncovering their secrets, boredom simply cannot arise!
Saturday / Sunday 11:15 and 14:15 (in german language)
Duration 1.5 hours
Entrance feeand registration
16.00 € / 11.00 € (reduced) per tour including museum admission and special exhibition, due to the limited number of participants, we recommend booking in advance at 05321 - 750 0 or at email@example.com. The minimum age for participation in underground tours is 4 years.
Do you only stop at Rammelsberg or do you stay the whole day? We are prepared for everything. In the museum restaurant you can get delicious dishes for big and small hunger or for a coffee break. Our museum shop offers literature, souvenirs or souvenirs for those who stayed at home. There are enough parking spaces for your car free of charge. Motorhomes are also very welcome. If you want to travel by public transport, choose the 803 bus, which is happy to chauffeur our guests from the city to the mountain.