Conditions of entry to the Johannes Adit
Guided tours are physically demanding and you need proper equipment to pass them. Guided tours are not recommended for those bulky because of the narrow passage profile.
The maximum number of visitors in a group is 10 people.
For safety reasons, only one person can not be accompanied.
Entry to the adit is prohibited for:
- Children under 8 years old
- People with claustrophobia
- People with health (movement) problems and problems with balancing
- Intoxicated people
- Dogs and other animals
|Basic Guided Tour||Great Guided Tour|
|Basic entrance fee||350 CZK||490 CZK|
|Children (8 – 15 years old), students (Student ID Card), people over 60 years old||250 CZK||350 CZK|
|Family entrance fee (1 – 2 adults and 1 - 2 children)||800 CZK||1 120 CZK|
|School groups of 6 and more children (price per person)||200 CZK||280 CZK|
|Group to 10 persons (price per group)||2 000 CZK||3 500 CZK|
Basic Guided Tour
Total time of 2.5 hours, includes a 60-minute tour through the underground of the mine, a walk to the windlass and back to the Service House. Caution: the ascend from the servise building to the Johannes mineshaft takes 10-15 minutes!
Great Guided Tour
Total time of the tour is 2,5-3,5 hours. It means 2-2,5 hours under the ground, including a big chamber, labyrinth of smaller chambers and shafts, return to the windlass by climbing a ladder (approximately 40 m) and walk back to the service building. Caution: the ascend from the servise building to the Johannes mineshaft takes 10-15 minutes!
Maximum number of visitors (people) in one tour is 10.
|Season||Basic Guided Tour||Great Guided Tour|
|27.04. – 31.05.||daily from 9:30, 12:00
úterý, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 14:30
|Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 14:30|
|01.06. – 30.09.||daily from 9:30, 12:00
Tuesday and Sunday from 14:30
|Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 14:30|
Advice for visitors
In the mineshaft the average annual temperature in the bottom is 7°C, it is quite wet and when it is raining outside, water flows through the mineshaft and down its walls.
We recommend warm "outdoor" clothing, including warm socks and boots. Visitors must reckon with the possible contamination of their clothing.
Visitors before entering the mine are provided free of charge with:
- Safety helmets with lamps.
- Raincoats and gloves.
- Boots, if you do not have your own ones.
In the vicinity of the mineshaft Johannes coverage of mobile operators is very poor. Get all necessary information and tour itinerary in advance.