The “Iberger Tropfsteinhöhle” is a flowstone cave in Iberg near Bad Grund, Germany. It consists of a museum in front of the mountain (showing exhibits from a smaller cave), a small museum within the access tunnel and the flowstone cave itself. The cave is rather short, it is a circle course and you have to climb 100 old stone stairs – it is used for tourism since 1911.
Guides take you along the path and the tours start – depending on the number of visitors – every 15 minutes or at least every hour. Your tour start is denoted on your ticket, the tour lasts 30 minutes. Many stalactites have been stolen in the past but the cave is still worth the trip.
The tour through the cave was especially suitable for children: the path isn’t too long, the explanations are understandable for children and if you need to leave you can always do so and find your way back to daylight. Taking pictures is not allowed within the mountain because the caves are home to many bats sleeping here.
HöhlenErlebnisZentrum Iberger Tropfsteinhöhle
An der Tropfsteinhöhle 1
37539 Bad Grund