Yes, but the audioguide is only available in swiss german.
The temperature in the caves is constantly around 10° Celsius. It is therefore highly recommended to bring warm clothes or a jacket.
The caves are easy to walk through, but closed shoes, preferably hiking boots, are still an advantage because puddles and wet spots have to be walked through.
It can drip from the ceiling, a rain jacket is useful.
The Höllgrotten caves are entirely illuminated, so there is no need to bring a flashlight.
Unfortunately the visit to Höllgrotten is not barrier-free due to the narrow galleries and stairs.
Yes, film and photo shots may be taken during the entire tour.
No, the caves can be visited independently without a guided tour.
Guided tours for school classes or groups through the caves can be booked via Zug Tourism. Further information can be found at Zug Tourism.
During the visit of the grottos the backpacks can be deposited at the kiosk on your own responsibility. The Höllgrotten do not assume any liability, there are no lockers.
Dogs are allowed in the grotto, but must be kept on a leash.
Dogs can be brought into the cave free of charge.
Due to stairs and narrow passages it is unfortunately not possible to walk through the cave with a stroller.
Free parking for visitors is available close to the ticket office.
Along the Lorze there are various picnic areas with grills, the areas are equipped with firewood.
It is obligatory for school classes and groups to register in advance in order to avoid several groups wanting to start the tour at the same time and to avoid waiting times and tight conditions.
Tickets can only be purchased on site at the ticket office. Payment is possible in cash (in CHF) by EC or credit card (except American Express) as well as with Reka-Checks and Reka-Card.
The Höllgrotten are open regardless of the weather, in the caves the conditions are the same for any weather.
Payment is possible in cash (in CHF) by EC or credit card (except American Express) as well as with Reka-Checks and Reka-Card.