The "Syndicat d’Initiative Stolzebuerg" is pleased to announce that from Sunday, June 27th, 2021 the copper mine will be open again. Guided tours for individual visitors will take place on Sunday, June 27th and Sunday, July 4th, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.

From Sunday, July 11th to Sunday, August 29th, 2021 there will be a guided tour every day at 2 p.m. During the months of September and October, a tour is planned every Sunday at 2:00 p.m.

Online reservations are required for each visit. Tickets can be ordered via www.visit-eislek.lu  or our website

As before, tours for groups can be booked directly on this page. The visits take place in compliance with the valid COVID-19 rules.

Stolzembourg

Introduction

Stolzembourg is located in the charming valley of the Our, 6 km upstream from the tourist town of Vianden. The varied landscape invites all nature lovers to walk through vast forests and narrow valleys.

In the village, the bell tower built before 1585 and the church bear witness to the long history of the village and its parish.

The "castle(Stolzemburg)" itself lies on a rise in the village center. For the first time, the castle was destroyed by the governor Antoine Croy in 1454, and in 1679, a second time, by the troops of Louis XIV. It was rebuilt in 1898 in the Scottish style. Today, the castle is privately owned.

Tourist Info

With the help of the SEO (owner of the building), the municipalities of Pütscheid and Keppeshausen, the German-Luxembourg Natural Park and the Natural Park Our the Syndicat d'Initiative established an information center in the former Zollhaus(Customs House) at the Borderbridge Stolzembourg-Keppeshausen, which is open daily for the visitors of the Ourvalley.

The inside of theTourist-Info got completely renovated in 2012.

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