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Piusa Visitor Centre was opened in 2010 near Piusa cave nature reserve.
The main goal of the visitor centre is to promote the protection of the Piusa caves and the endangered species living in the area while coordinating turism all year round.
The visitor centre of Piusa caves houses a museum, a seminar room for 50 people, a cafe and a handicraft room for children.
We provide guiding services, educational excursions for schools, workshops and seminars.
You can take a guided tour of the Museum cave. The 1.4 km nature trail introduces a typical heath forest community.
In the visitor centre you can take a virtual stroll in the Piusa sandstone caves using the 3D computer model, watch movies, examine the sands and glass more closely and take a look at the peculiar meteorite glass, find out about the life of bats and compete in the AHHAA cave game.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Piusa Visitor Center tour consists of a 13 minute long movie that talks about bats and surrounding nature. After the movie, a guide introduces the visitor centre, expositions and Piusa history. After that the guide takes you to the museum cave viewing platform.
Last guided tour starts at 17.15. Ticket sale ends at 17.30!
The viewing platform is located at the front of the museum cave. The area is between secured cave pillars.
Cave platform is only accessible with a guide!
Entering and navigating in the caves by yourself is strictly forbidden due to high risk of collapse.
Near the visitor center is located the Piusa quarry and a 1,5 km nature course that can be visited at any time. Visiting the quarry and the nature course is free.
Dogs are velcome in and nearby the visitor center as long as they are on a leash.
Extra information at +372 53044120 or via mail email@example.com