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JensHKG wrote a review Jul. 2018
Bremen, Germany79 contributions9 helpful votes
Yes we had fun, even our kids, its a masive Dripstone Cave. Great to learn about the geological formation... Take a jacket its chilly with 9 degrees. Come early....
Date of experience: July 2018
Resort590717 wrote a review May 2018
11 contributions3 helpful votes
This venue offers a museum and a tour of the cave! Proper shoes needed,as paths can be wet, slippery and steep. The cave looks stunning! You can have a drink or a bite to eat at the cafeteria of the venue.
Date of experience: May 2018
Cecilia K wrote a review Nov. 2017
40 contributions2 helpful votes
The fee includes the museum and a guided tour in the cave, as you are not allowed to walk on your own in the cave. There is only guided tours in English on demand, so you will get a short summary in English on a piece of paper. You can get a headset for a deposit of 5 euro, so you can listen in on the different stations in thr museum. …
Date of experience: November 2017
Kerri wrote a review Oct. 2017
Barrie, Canada128 contributions16 helpful votes
Visited this place after visiting Lichtenstein castle. It was a really nice attraction and I would recommended stopping if you’re passing. Wear some suitable footwear as it can be wet in certain places.
Date of experience: October 2017
Response from HEZ574, Manager at Cave Experience Centre Iberg Dripstone Cave
Responded Nov. 21, 2017
Dear Kerri, thanks for the five nice points! Have you visited Lichtenstein Castle in Svabia, in southern Germany before visiting us? A certain "relationship" between the castle and our cave is that our manager comes from near the castle. She is happy about the connection you made. Best regards the Manager :-)
bennie919 wrote a review Aug. 2017
Como, Australia81 contributions14 helpful votes
Reasonably priced and you get a Museum & Cave Experience for the one price. Be warned the caves are pretty cold, so bring a jumper or a sweatshirt
Date of experience: June 2017