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Saalfelder Feengrotten, Saalfeld

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  • It is aimed at kids though adults will enjoy it. The grottos themselves are seen on a tour in German. They are ok but I actually was a bit underimpressed. There is a kind of park with various other th...  more »
  • Worth visiting, it's a beautiful place. The quided tour in the caves takes about an hour (it's in german but you get a headset with english language). There is also a nice garden to walk through and a...  more »
  • If you want to see a really colourful cave just go there: Feengrotten truly seems to be a place of little fairies. Okay, some people here complain about not being serious or tales of little fairies mi...  more »
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  • I have never been but it seems great and I love nature and would like to go some day
  • Really nice place! The people there are friendly and polite. Beautiful scene.
  • To be clear this isn't a natural goegeous cave like we have in the US. It is an artificial mine with about 4 grotto small cavern rooms that have a few rusty brown formations. They have constructed artificial ponds in these rooms to enhance their look with the reflection. The grotto is really disappointing if you have ever seen a good cave. Apparently it used to be colorful, sparkly, and blue but the tour lights have caused bacteria to grow and change the colors covering everything with a rusty color in recent years. The tour is in German with listening devices for other languages. About 4 sections of 2 min of audio, but the guide will talk for over 10 mins at some stops leaving you bored, confused, and left out. The group sizes of 20 are so large you cant get up to see the rooms while the guide is talking either. Small children will have trouble anywhere but up front. Plus is they provide ponchos for warmth and to stay clean. Not really needed though. The whole walk through is paved and very accessible, but kind of removes the authentic feeling. The outdoors area is very well done for young children to play. Lots for them to run and play through. The museum is a waste for any that can't read German. It is tailored towards children, about 15-20 mins of material. You won't be. Is sing anything by skipping it. The bratwurst are cheap and yummy.
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  • Were out of season here, therefore not so full. Personnel and environment is very well prepared for the younger guests and involve them during a guided tour. Guest House very clean and maintained (also the sanitary facilities). The food is of very good quality.
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