Seegrotte HinterbruhlCurrently Closed
- Address: Grutschgasse 2a, 2371 Hinterbrühl, Austria
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:15 pm Details
- Phone: +43-223626364
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Cave, Family And Kids
Located near Hinterbrühl in Austria, Seegrotte is an underground cave system. This cave was earlier used as a gypsum mine and has a large grotto located underneath it. An underground lake is located here which lies 60 metres below the ground and is the largest underground lake in Europe. Visitors can tour the mine and also boat in the lake here. The ticket here costs you EUR 11 and the visitor timings can vary throughout the year.
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Not quite popular among tourists, but I think if you have time and you like history then you should visit it. It explains a lot about Hitler role in the World War and how he managed to manufacture war planes secretly underground. However, the site needs some renovation. And take care, it's very cold down there; try to wear a jacket or something.
Unique experience! Note that there is no ATM around and some cards are not accepted!
Amazing experience! Interesting history! And a little bit fresh inside :) Sadly we couldn't go by boat because of renovation works.
Very nice mine with underground lake. There is quite cold (they said us 9°C) and I would recommend to have some warmer clothes (at least hoodie). After guided tour and a boat trip you can walk freely and take photos (taking videos are forbidden for some reason).
Interesting place to visit, less than an hour ride using public transportation from Vienna (train+bus). I found the story on how the lake was created, its use during WWII by the Germans, and the filming of The Three Musketeers there to be very interesting.