The Gold Mine in Złoty Stok is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in Lower Silesia. It is a specially prepared tourist route with a museum exhibition, including two adits.
In the first of them – Gertrude (500 m) – visitors can admire a unique collection of geological maps, old mining geodetic instruments, crucibles and a gold smelting furnace, rich a collection of rocks, ores and minerals from around the world.
The second adit – Black (700 m) – is located in the upper part of Złoty Jar. Here, the greatest impression on tourists is made by the only one in Poland, a magnificent underground waterfall with a height of 8 meters treasures. The tour ends with a ride on the Underground Orange Tram on the 300 m route. During the tour in both adits, visitors can learn about mining techniques used over the centuries, admire the only underground waterfall in Poland, take a ride on an underground tram, mint a commemorative coin with their own hands, take part in gold panning, watch a gold bar casting show, make handmade gold paper or watch exhibition of minerals.
There is also the Ochrowa Adit, considered the most beautiful adit in the Golden Mountains, and the Medieval Technology Park, which is a replica of a medieval mining settlement equipped with devices constructed on a 1: 1 scale based on engravings and descriptions by Georgius Agricola. Additional attractions on the premises of the facility are: the Minerals Museum and the Memorial Hall, sailing in a boat along the underground corridor, climbing wall, a ride on a replica of a Leonardo da Vinci tank, and a medieval playground.
At the end of the tour, delegates will be invited for lunch the “Stara Kuźnia” (The Old Smith Workshop) Inn hidden between the mysterious excavations of the former shafts and tunnels of the Gold Mine in Złoty Stok.
The visitors will be welcomed by Maciej Dziczkowski – the daughter of Elżbieta Szumska and current CEO of the Złoty Stok Mine.