Bad Schlema
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What to do and where to go at your leisure

What to do and where to go at your leisure

Take a break from everyday life, learn something new or become more physically active – whatever you are looking for, there is a good chance you will find it in Bad Schlema.

Even more so if you are interested in the history of mining, traditional craftsmanship and the benefits a beautiful nature provides.

The traditional bakehouse

The traditional bakehouse

Get close to the action and visit the traditional bakehouse and sniff the inimitable, appetizing smell of baked goods coming straight from a historic clay bread oven.

Exhibition Mine Markus-Semmler-Stolln

Exhibition Mine Markus-Semmler-Stolln

Have you ever wanted to be below ground? Then book a tour at the Exhibition Mine Markus-Semmler-Stolln and you will be taken 50 metres beneath the hillside by a steel wire haulage system. During the two-hour tour you can not only explore the history of mining in our region, but also learn something new about the years of uranium mining after 1945.

Opening times and guided tours:
Saturdays, Sundays and banking holidays: 10:00am and 01:00pm

Ticket prices:
Adults 13,00 €, Children 5,00 €, Groups (of 21 or more) 10,00 €,
Geologic tour 18,00 €, Vesper services / Mettenschichten 25,00 €

More information on the Exhibition Mine can be found at
www.besucherbergwerke-westerzgebirge.de

Exhibition of classic fire engines

Exhibition of classic fire engines

Those of our guests and visitors interested in classic fire engines should not miss out on the opportunity to pay this exhibition a visit. Aside from old fire-extinguishing equipment and further information on the fire brigade's history, there is also a range of fire engines of various builds on exhibit.

Admission is free of charge. For a tour please call in advance. We can be reached under +49 163 / 2503022.

Uranium Mining Museum

Uranium Mining Museum

A wealth of interesting information on Bad Schlema's history and how the WISMUT has effected our region since their founding can be found in an exhibition in the Kulturhaus AKTIVIST. How did the miners or Wismutkumpel live and work? What type of machinery did they use? The answers to these question can be found there.
A tour through the museum takes about one hour. Guided tours are also available. For times please refer to the list of events.

Opening times:
Tuesday – Friday 09:00am – 05:00pm
Saturday/Sunday/banking holiday 10:00am – 04:00pm

Admission prices:
Adults 3,00 €,
Children 1,50 €,
People with disabilities/spa guests 2,00 €

For more information on the museum please visit www.uranerzbergbau.de