Dark Cave

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Country: Poland Region:
małopolskie
Town:
Cracow
Category:

cave

landscape attraction

Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

In front of the entrance to the cave there is a reconstruction of a Neanderthal camp and a viewing platform for the Prądnik Valley and the limestone rock called Rękawica (Glove). The cave consists of a large chamber: 80 m long, 20 m wide and 10 m in height, at the end it narrows and becomes a so-called "tunnel". The central part of the chamber is decorated with huge stalagmites whose height reaches 1 m, while the roof is covered with numerous tubular stalactites. The main inhabitants of the cave are bats, moths and spiders. The temperature inside is about 7-8°C, so you may want to remember to bring your warmer clothes. Walking is done with a guide, visiting time approximately 15 minutes. The cave is unlit (hence the name), for the duration of the visit you will get a candle.

Dark Cave

CC licence: some rights reserved by Jersz (Jan Jerszyński), CLI

Adress:

32-047 Ojców

Gallery:
Opening days and hours:

open from April 28 to October 7 from Monday to Sunday 10:00-17:00

Tickets adults:
6,50 PLN
Tickets children:
4,50 PLN
Pass:

n/a

Additional information:

The cave is being explored with a guide on duty. Cave unlit.

Phone:

+48 12 648 99 77

Source:

http://www.ciemna.ojcow.pl/

Updated on

Friday, 10 May 2013

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