FAQ

Are the Historic Silver Mine and the Black Trout Adit the same facility?

The Historic Silver Mine and the Black Trout Adit are two separate facilities 5 kilometres apart, they are visited independently. A drive between the sites takes about 15 minutes.

Can I visit these facilities without a guide?

Both Historic Silver Mine and Black Trout Adit touring is possible with a guide only.

Is there any admission fee for visiting the Open Air Steam Engine Museum?

Visiting the Open Air Steam Engine Museum is free of charge at any time.

Is there any package offer for individuals?

Package offer is only available for organised groups of at least 25 people, upon prior booking with the Booking Office.

Is it necessary for individuals to book their admission?

Individuals are not required to make a reservation. Tickets for Historic Silver Mine touring are sold at the Historic Silver Mine’s box office.

How long does Historic Silver Mine touring take?

Covering the whole route, boats included, takes about 90 minutes.

Does the Historic Silver Mine offer a boat ride?

The whole route at the Historic Silver Mine, dedicated both to individuals and organised groups, includes a boat ride. The ride takes place along a 270 m water gallery and lasts about 10 minutes.

For whom is the route without boats meant?

The route without boats is dedicated to organised groups of physically disabled people and people with significant mental retardation.

Can I visit these facilities without a guide?

Both Historic Silver Mine and Black Trout Adit touring is possible with a guide only.

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