Romans and Celts were already digging for ore and melting iron here many centuries ago. The Königlich Württembergische Eisenerzbergwerk iron ore mine was opened in the 18th century, and is now known as the Frischglück-Grube (fresh luck pit). Guided tours through the mine give visitors an idea of how miners in the Black Forest worked long ago.
Adventure Golfpark in Enzklösterle - the fun miniature golf experience
Covering an area of 3,000 square metres, the Adventure Golfpark in the centre of Enzklösterle sports a completely new and innovative way to play miniature golf. Its 18 holes are adapted to the natural environment and turn miniature golf into an adventure.
The summer toboggan run with a 1500 m. up and downhill course is the longest and raciest one made of steel in Germany. The large tow lift takes visitors to the lofty heights at the top of the mountain and from there it goes downhill. Steep curves and other tantalizing parts make the ride an adventure.
In Pforzheim, the jewelry centre of Germany, the jewelry museum, with its uniquely beautiful historical pieces is worth a visit. Clock lovers and technology fans will not want to miss the Technology Museum of the clock and jewelry industry.
This former Benedictine monastery of St. Peter and Paul was the most important reformed monastery north of the Alps during the Cluniac monastic movement of the 11th and 12th centuries. It was destroyed during the Palatine wars of succession by French troops.