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Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg Museum & Besucherbergwerk

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Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg Museum & Besucherbergwerk

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Bergtal 19, 38640, Goslar, Lower Saxony Germany
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Goslar City guided tour
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Goslar City guided tour

Goslar is a town in Germany’s Harz Mountains, known for its medieval old town and half-timbered houses.<br><br>In this tour, you will witness:<br>• The historical building complex<br>• Half-timbered house in Goslar<br>• Peterstrasse Street
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Xiaowen C wrote a review Aug. 2020
Haarlem, The Netherlands116 contributions18 helpful votes
we took the tour with the train to go into the mine. It is quite interesting to also see the whole complex. the only thing is that most of the descriptions are in German which is not very convenient for non German speaking.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sarah Ø wrote a review Jul. 2020
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Service at the ticket counter was inefficient and unprofessional. Prepare to wait in line for a very long time! I know that the place is challenged by the corona restrictions, but we visited a lot of other attractions with the same restrictions that handled many more visitors in a much more efficient way. The exhibition was great though! Amazing to walk among the great machinery of the mine. But sadly there were no info-signs on the machines to explain their different purposes. It seemed like the exhibition was ment for guided tours. I wish they would put up signs with little explanatory texts by the machines and the different factory departements - that would really improve the experience when you go through the exhibition on your own.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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JacobEJ11 wrote a review Jul. 2020
Lunderskov, Denmark8 contributions11 helpful votes
My girlfriend and I luckily got an English tour to see how the mine functioned some 200 years ago, which was an awesome tour inside of the mine. That was all good and well, but as soon as that tour ended, you’re on your own and English is sparse. Don’t go here expecting to learn a whole bunch if you don’t speak German. Such a shame. The place has great potential, and the only thing I’m immensely frustrated by is that there’s no information about anything in English.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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ZagorMD wrote a review Jan. 2020
45 contributions9 helpful votes
The back story is of course great. We were however not really satisfied from the tour. It was pretty monotone and no train ride. That is a NO GO!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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75300 wrote a review Nov. 2019
Moscow, Russia50 contributions42 helpful votes
The site it at walkable distance from the downtown Goslar. On Saturday noon it was almost empty but in the afternoon when I left much more people crowded the reception area. There was neither tours in English nor audioguides available. My choice was to crawl to some tunnels with a brochure by my own or to walk above the ground level with sort of an audioguide, namely headphones which were pluggable to the sockets in the walls sometimes so I could listen to some info. I chose the second variant. Actually, I discovered only one place which is worth visiting, it's called "Magazin" or smth similar and contains a whole exhibition on how this object worked years ago, most of information was translated in English. So, if you don't speak German you better call them in advance to find out when there's a tour in English.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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