Euroregion Elbe/Labe

Exhibition mine Lehnschafter Stolln

Visitor mine of the more rustic and adventurous kind

The Lehnschafter Stolln is one of the oldest parts of the mine in Mikulov. On the walls there are engraved dates, the oldest dates back to 1553, and most of the tunnels date back to this period.

The visitor has to duck a little when walking around, but this makes the experience complete and authentic. Compared to many other visitor mines, it is a little rougher here, one can also get dirty, but in return, one is also a little closer to the feeling of the mining work.

There are three tours of different length to choose from. The tour takes between 1-2 hours.

Video from the Lehnschafter Stolln


U Hřiště 83
419 01 Mikulov


Tel: +420 774 376 038



Opening hours

Mon: closed

Tue - Sun: start of the guided tours at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00


Route A 150 Kč
Route B 180 Kč
Route C 225 Kč

Each additional hour of visit costs 100 Kč (8 hours of visit 800 Kč)


Guided tours

Minimum number of persons for the tour: 3 persons

Children under 5 years of age are not allowed to enter.

We recommend booking by telephone in advance.

The temperature in the tunnel is only about 9 degrees, so warm clothing and sturdy shoes are recommended. Attention: Your clothes could get dirty.

Work clothes and rubber boots are suitable for section C. Both can be rented on site (rubber boots up to size 8).

The tours are not suitable for persons with limited mobility.


The railway line from Most to Moldava leads through Mikulov. A visit to the mine can therefore be combined with a nice train ride along winding tracks with a distant view. The railway station "Mikulov v Krušných horách" directions_railway directions_bus is 650 m far from the entrance of the tunnel. From the German side, it is possible to travel by bus in the direction of Teplice, changing in Dubí.

From the bus stop "Mikulov" directions_railway directions_bus it is 400 m to the mine.

Parking is available right in front of the mine.