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Before our vacation started we read about this place and decided to visit it. No idea what to expect, we bought the tickets in the visitor center and walked down to the caves. We had flash lights with us, this was very helpful. The media...More
The restored chalk mines and processing plant are well worth a visit. The place is very handicap friendly and has very good access for wheelchairs and rolators. Dogs are welcome as well, also in the mine. Drinking water all over the place. All in all...More
We had read about this place, but did not have a clear picture of what to expect. And indeed, it is very difficult to explain what to see. Starting in the visitor centre. we bought our tickets, but decided to walk down to the caves...More
This was much better than I had anticipated. This former limestone mine has been transformed into a really fascinating and unusual visitor attraction. You can explore at will within the underground mine complex and there is a multi-media presentation running in one of the mine...More
In summer, there are no bats!
But they have a cool multimedia show to explain how the caves were created. A museum is connected with the caves, displaying movie characters from movies created in the caves (dwarfs, fairies etc.), infos and films about the bats...More
This old limemine is really worth a stop. For over 1000 years, they have been using the lime from the area, and the mine closed not many years ago. It has only been open to public for 37 years. The café stinks (unless you like...More
Almost far from anywhere lies the worlds largest lime pit system comprisin of more than 60 km of tunnels and galleries. Having been used for mining lime and lime stone since the Middle Ages, the area today is a small industrial history relic.
Great visit! My kids enjoyed taking the short mine train into the cave (you could easily walk!) and once inside it was pretty much self- directed and you wander around on your own. The light show was informative and very nice to watch actually. There...More
Family visit with three kids (9, 7 and 3 years).
Super activity for a rainy day. The caves a fun to run around in for the kids and quite spectacular. For adults it is very interesting to know into details about this part of Danish...More