Flaschar’s Mine is open to the public from 1 May to 30 October, from Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The mine is closed from 1 November to 30 April for nature conservation purposes.
YOU MUST RESERVE A PLACE IN A TOUR IN THE RESERVATION SYSTEM! If you do not reserve a place you may find that the tour is full when you arrive at Flaschar’s Mine.
Tours begin at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. The start times of tours may be adapted depending on the interest of visitors and the availability of tour guides.
Places in tours may only be reserved before 12 p.m. on the previous day.
Large tour (both levels of the mine, including the ladder section)
Only for physically fit individuals. Children are only permitted from 6 years of age, and only when accompanied by an adult.
|Children (10 – 15 years), students (student card), seniors over 60 years, disability card holders||60 CZK|
|Family ticket (1 – 2 adults, 1 – 3 children)||250 CZK|
|School trips (from 10 children)||50 CZK|
Small tour (lower level of the mine)
|Children (10 – 15 years), students (student card), seniors over 60 years, disability card holders||50 CZK|
|Family ticket (1 – 2 adults, 1 – 3 children)||230 CZK|
|School trips (from 10 children)||40 CZK|
Payments can only be made in cash! The ticket office at Flaschar’s Mine does not accept payment cards!
The two-level mine in the Nový Svět location by Odry is now called Flaschar’s Mine. The upper level of the mine, called the “Johann Gallery” on historic maps, is the older section and most of the stopes have now now collapsed.
The lower level of the mine, called the “Hortenzie Gallery” after the wife of Karel Flaschar, has been preserved in essentially its original condition. The mine levels are connected by an 18-meter ventilation shaft.
The tour circuit begins at Hortenzie Gallery and passes though the 200 m long tunnel to the stope. One of the greatest geological points of interest at Flaschar’s Mine - a partially extracted fold - can be found in this chamber. Slate mining activities revealed the face of the fold and the walls of the chamber copy its bend, which allows visitors to view the mineral not only in cross-section, but also in the direction of the fold, which passes through the entire chamber.