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Kleva Gruva, Holsbybrunn
(4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Never had I imagined that in the Småland forests hiding such an evocative, exciting, historic and important site! By chance, dilated I search for things to do, and came upon this place. A mine with many long passageways, shafts and mysterious corners. Expect a few hours-and if you have poor balance, it is probably best to just enjoy the first part of the mine. It is slippery and uneven surfaces when you come in. All visitors may borrow both boots, jacket, helmet and a reliable, strong light. Tips: bring ragg socks, even in the summer, and maybe a pair of dry socks to change into afterwards. It is damp and cold inside the mine. There are simpler refreshments to purchase on the site (think Delicato balls, ice cream and drink), so if you're of the hungry type you should probably bring your own sandwiches or similar. Mining the visit gives the appetite. It was a wonderful experience, and I highly recommend a visit! Our guide (join a guided tour!!!) was a young woman from the neighborhood-very good to listen and confident to have as a leader in the dark.
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  • Visited Kleva Gruva with 2 boys on button 6 and 10 years in the autumn holidays. Fin signage against mine. Fine parking conditions. Opportunity bålhygge, gold washing, purchase of sausage/bread/ice cream/coffee-all something that really has to come into its own during the summer. Well equipped with rubber boots, helmets and lamps, we went into the mine. Please NOTE that there must be paid in cash. Rubber boots, helmets, lights and the opportunity to borrow warm outerwear is included in the price. Guidebook and/or audio guide and the guided tour can be purchased. The trip in and around the mine is exciting and a little challenging for it with tendency to claustrophobia. We saw bats and rich colors on the stone and imagined how they went and worked in there in the old days. Tours around the mine is well signposted and described on the returned map. Some of the corridors was a little too dark, narrow/low or with a little too exciting climb challenge to our family gave embarking with them, but we were all still a fine experience and got directed our spirit of adventure. It comes out a piece further up the mountain and may continue up to a nice lookout point and the whole walk back down is beautiful. All in all, you can spend 2-3 hours here depending on the weather and the possibility of activities. Overall a really nice experience.
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  • A great adventure for young and old and a peak into the hard life of working in an 18th century mine. Long tunnels to explore and fantastic shafts to look up through. This is very well worth a visit! 
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  • Very good and exciting. Impressiv work Done in the late 1700.
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  • a great place and take the whole family with ... You can wash gold, etc. ... and a nice kiosk with a bit of everything.
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  • We were actually expecting us only one or at most two hours in the pit stop. There have been six. Already, the pit itself is terrific. You can take part in a guided tour (in German!), but "on your own" explore the pit. Rubber boots, helmets and lights are provided. The pit is very large to cope with medieval and yet even for unathletic tourists (like me) and small children. (Only the exit leads over very steep stairs, so that one should choose the alternative possible exit through the entrance tunnel with small children may be.) In addition, that the pit in a scenic environment, you can get a little so roam after visiting the mine. But also a little quiz, a "Mini Museum" on the history of the pit, picnic and barbecue facilities and a plant for gold panning (with introduction by the very friendly pit operators) in a sense invite to linger. All in all: an absolute insider tip and for us THE positive surprise of our this year's holiday of Sweden.
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  • What a beautiful place! This pit is simply worth a visit. It is perfectly equipped on-site by the super nice operator. With helmet, boots, and if you like, also with jackets. There are only 3 degrees in the pit. So hot pull is attached. We have explored the mine on their own, which is completely fine. There are several but also daily tours... Also available in German language. Furthermore, in addition still treasure hunts are offered in and around the pit... This is a really great game. Our daughter (14) was thrilled. In the vicinity of the pit, we can deal this great... You can grill sausages, dig gold, climbing... A super Ort...eingebettet in a wonderful landscape. We will be back!
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