Guided Tours of the Zonneberg Caves| Maastricht Underground


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Warning! This event has been postponed.

Due to the ramped-up measures to combat spreading of the coronavirus this event has been postponed. For up-to-date information on events, please check the organizer’s website.

Do you dare go underground? Not afraid of the dark? Go exploring the Zonneberg Caves. No light, no sound, no smell, no radiation, no pollution, no mobile phone signal, no idea of time…

Please note! For the Zonneberg Caves, we strongly recommend on buying tickets in advance. This is also possible via this website. On the spot, tours may be sold out and only card payment is accepted.


Your guide will make sure you don't get lost i…

Due to the ramped-up measures to combat spreading of the coronavirus this event has been postponed. For up-to-date information on events, please check the organizer’s website.

Do you dare go underground? Not afraid of the dark? Go exploring the Zonneberg Caves. No light, no sound, no smell, no radiation, no pollution, no mobile phone signal, no idea of time…

Please note! For the Zonneberg Caves, we strongly recommend on buying tickets in advance. This is also possible via this website. On the spot, tours may be sold out and only card payment is accepted.


Your guide will make sure you don't get lost in the man-made galleries, which once measured 230 km in total and measure around 80 km today. Almost 50,000 Maastricht residents sheltered in the expensive cave network during the Second World War. An evacuation area with electric lightning, a public address system, a bakery, chapels, toilets, a small hospital, water pumps and many more! All facilities were constructed underground, though never put into fill use. Remnants of them can still be seen in the Zonneberg Caves. For more information, click here

Start: Slavante 1, Maastricht
Duration: 1 hour
Bus stop: Slavante / Zonneberg (bus 78 - TEC) or combine your visit with a boat tour.

When

Indefinitely postponed
  • every Saturday and Sunday until February 20th, 2022at 14:50
  • daily starting from February 21st, 2022 until February 26th, 2022at 14:50
  • daily starting from March 2nd, 2022 until March 6th, 2022at 14:50
  • every Saturday and Sunday starting from March 12th, 2022 until March 27th, 2022at 14:50
  • Please note. From November till March the amount of visitors is limited due to hibernating bats. We recommend om booking your tickets in advance.

Prices

  • Adults€9.50
  • Children€7.95

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