Gruebisbalm Cave

Located on the southern slopes of the Rigi, “Queen of the Mountains”, high above sparkling Lake Lucerne, the Gruebisbalm cave offers an original... more

Gruebisbalm Cave
Lochezen stone quarry

Lochezen stone quarry

Raw material for lime, cement and gravel production has been mined from the Lochezen quarry for a hundred years. Insights into the various mining... more

Kesslerloch

The Kesslerloch cave is one of the most important sites of the late Ice Age in Europe and provides traces of settlements from the Upper Palaeolithic Age (Magdalenian civilisation, 14 000 – 12 000 B.C.).

Gruebisbalm Cave

Located on the southern slopes of the Rigi, “Queen of the Mountains”, high above sparkling Lake Lucerne, the Gruebisbalm cave offers an original setting for galas, dinners and shows.

Located on the southern slopes of the Rigi, “Queen of the Mountains”, high above sparkling Lake Lucerne, the Gruebisbalm cave offers an original setting for galas, dinners and shows.

Lochezen stone quarry

Raw material for lime, cement and gravel production has been mined from the Lochezen quarry for a hundred years. Insights into the various mining periods and the conditions prevailing then are gained whilst walking through the tunnels (guided tours). Relics of the underground "military hospital" from the time of the Second World War provoke amazement. 2-hour guided tours, on request.