Markus-Röhling-Stolln, Frohnau

The Markus Röhling Stolln Old Time Mining Association (Verein Altbergbau) has opened up a section of the extensive mining district to the public. After riding about 600 meters on the mine tram, visitors get the chance to see impressive remnants from the silver and cobalt mining industry active in the time period from 1733 to 1857 as well as the uranium mining activity of SAG Wismut. The main attraction is a 9 meter high water wheel authentically reconstructed by association members and fully functional.

Link to Markus-Röhling-Stolln site

Manufacture of Dreams, Annaberg-Buchholz

Welcome to the land of dreams ! See, hear, smell, taste, feel – go through the exhibition and experience it with all your senses – this is how the folk art exhibition in the Factory of Dreams is intended. The exhibition not only reflects what has been created, but also the act of creation itself: The ingeniously presented objects of the exhibition reflect the dreams of their creators, they interweave the illusions and faith with interpretations of everyday life, thus creating a dream world – you are invited to immerse yourself into this world and let yourself be captivated by the magic of the exhibition – create your own dream world! We are happy to inspire you by the lightness of presentations and start dreaming.

Link to Manufacture of Dreams

Modellbahnland, Thermalbad Wiesenbad OT Schönfeld

The historic district of Annaberg is shown in a scale of 1:32 on an area of ​​770 square meters. On the 3-dimensional map, 30 trains and shunting units run on approx. 660 meters of tracks using digital or computer control. The complex reflects the time around 1980, which is evident, among other things, in the design of the landscape, the locomotives and cars, the buildings, bridges, streets and people.

Link to Modellbahnland

Schlettau Palace, Schlettau

The Schlettau Palace in the upper Ore Mountains is located on the historically significant roads of Salzstraße, Silberstraße and Deutsche Alleenstraße – which are also very popular with tourists. The buildings were constructed from the 14th to the 18th centuries in the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles with the origin of the place going back to an 11th century castle. The beautiful, lofty palace and neighboring manor house are located in a romantic park whose two ponds reflect the beautiful old trees of the property. The multifaceted interiors of the palace complex’s buildings with spaces lovingly set up in the original historic style. The richly adorned entry doors of the great hall or the mighty walls of the wine cellar bear witness to the palace’s colorful history.

Link to Schloss Schlettau, Schlettau

The region center of Annaberg-Buchholz

With the mountain and Adam Ries city of Annaberg-Buchholz, you not only have the capital of the Ore Mountains only 5 km away from our hotel, but also a picturesque destination. Be it to visit the many museums in the city, for a shopping stroll through the old town or to enjoy a wonderful panorama of the Ore Mountains from the Pöhlberg. We would be happy to arrange city tours and entrance tickets for you.

Link to tourist information of Annaberg-Buchholz

The Miriquidi-Therme Thermalbad Wiesenbad

Thermalbad Wiesenbad has more than 500 years of tradition in spa and bathing. As early as around 1500 years, a shepherd is said to have discovered a warm spring in what was then Rosenaue – a clearing in the dark Miriquidi forest.

Thermalbad Wiesenbad is one of 3 thermal baths in the Ore Mountains. Just 8 km from our hotel you can relax in the 26 ° C warm, fluoride-containing water. The offer is rounded off by a sauna, steam grotto and light therapy.

Link to Thermalbad Wiesenbad

Frohnauer Hammer

Frohnauer Hammer is one of the most famous destinations and points of interest in the Ore Mountains.
It is the oldest museum in the city, having arisen from a flour mill constructed in 1436 that later served as a coin and hammer forge. Until 1904, tools for mining and farming were produced here.
The museum tour starts by showing visitors the historic hammer forge, where the small hammer and functional bellows are demonstrated. An exhibit on the upper floor displays the objects that were once created here. The presentation in the Folk Art Gallery (Volkskunstgalerie) opposite the mill is dedicated to topics involving mining and the folk art of carving. The tour concludes in the manor house completed in 1697. In the living quarters of the former hammer master’s family, the Martin family, a bobbin lace maker will explain and demonstrate the traditional technique of Ore Mountain bobbin lacemaking.

Link to Frohnauer Hammer


The Fichtelbergbahn takes you from Cranzahl to the health resort of Oberwiesenthal, the highest town in Germany. The narrow-gauge railway going back to 1897 then leads via Neudorf, Vierenstraße, through a large forest area to Kretscham-Rothsehma and Hammerunterwiesenthal. A special highlight of the route is the 110 m long and 23 m high Hüttenbach viaduct before you finally arrive at Oberwiesentahl station.

Link to the train schedule

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