Where is the Wendel Miners Museum located?
In the municipality of Petite-Rosselle.
Is it possible to take pictures?
YES. There are certain restrictions which apply in the Wendel Miners Museum.
What are the times for the guided tours of The Wendel Mine?
Guided tours are offered at: 11am, 2pm, 4pm. Contact us to find out about other possibilities.
Is there parking for motor homes?
The car parks are accessible during the day to motor homes whose owners are visiting the site.
It does not have water and electricity supply points or waste water draining areas. For the night, a special parking site is located in Forbach.
Is there parking for visitors?
There are several free parking lots available for cars, motor homes, and coaches.
Are dogs allowed?
Only guide dogs are allowed.
Is the Museum accessible to people with disabilities?
The Wendel Miners Museum and the Wendel Mine are accessible to disabled people in wheelchairs.
What are the entry prices?
Prices vary according to the type of visit:
- Adult (The Miners or The Mine): € 8
- Adult (The Miners and The Mine): € 12
- Child from 6 to 18 years old (The Miners or The Mine): € 4
- Child from 6 to 18 years old (The Miners and The Mine): € 6
- Child under 6 years old: free
- Opening hours and prices
What are the times for the guided tours in German of The Wendel Mine?
Guided tours in German take place on Wednesdays and Sundays at 3pm. Contact us to find out about other possibilities.
Do I need to book a visit?
If you wish to come with a group of 20 people or more, a school group or a leisure centre, you must book in advance over the phone (0033 (0)188.8.131.52.08.54) or via email:email@example.com.
If you are coming alone, with family or friends: simply go to the ticket office during opening hours.
Is there a restaurant on the site?
The Museum has a cafeteria and offers all kinds of hot and cold drinks, small snacks (miner’s plate, sandwiches, pretzels, savoury and sweet toasted sandwiches) as well as various seasonal tarts and refreshing ice creams.