Mines in South Tyrol

Have you ever seen a mine from the inside? Unforgettable experiences for the entire family await at South Tyrol’s visitor mines. For example, head to the adventure mine in Villandro/Villanders to visit what was once one of the most important mining areas in all of Tyrol. Alternatively, for a diverse and unforgettable impression of the history of mining, stop by the worthwhile South Tyrol Museum of Mining, a network of five individual museums.

Bressanone/Brixen and environs | Mines

Silver Mine Villanders

The Elisabeth tunnel in the Mining World Villanders, 1,670 metres long, shows traditional mining...

Vipiteno/Sterzing - Racines/Ratschings | Mines

South Tyrol Museum of Mining - Site Ridnaun

The Schneeberg mountain was the longest-worked silver, lead and zinc mine in the Alps and is...

Brunico/Bruneck and environs | Mines

South Tyrol Museum of Mining - Site Prettau with the Climate Gallery

In 1996 the St. Ignaz Gallery, the lowest gallery in the former copper mine at Prettau in the...

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