Questions and answers

Here you will find some of our most commonly asked questions.
If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us via email.

We welcome all guests who are symptom-free!
If you feel the slightest symptoms, we ask you to stay at home.

Please remember to keep your distance at all times when you visit us.

  • We have halved the size of the groups on our guided tours. We also have longer time between the tours than usual.
  • You can easily buy the tickets via our website so you do not have to queue. If you still choose to buy the tickets on site, we have floor markings for distancing when queueing.
  • In the café, the tables are spread out with plenty of distance both indoors and outdoors.
  • We offer hand washing facilities, hand sanitizer is also available and we have plexiglass in front of the checkouts.

Welcome to the Lummelunda Cave!

The price includes a small exhibition about the cave and an 8-minute film about the discovery of the cave. These are located in the entrance house and are viewed on your own before the guided tour. And of course, the actual guiding in the cave which takes around 30 minutes.

No, you cannot bring any pets into the cave as the environment is very sensitive.

Yes, it’s around 8 degrees Celsius in the cave all year around. Bring a warm sweater or a jacket.

Ordinary shoes or sneakers is completely fine for the exhibition part of the cave.

The regular guided tour takes around 30 minutes, the dark tour around 40 minutes and the children’s tour around 25 minutes.

No, strollers or prams are not allowed in the cave.

Yes, it’s not allowed to enter the cave on your own without a guide.

Yes, it’s possible to go down into the exhibition part of the cave with a wheelchair.
Visitors are asked to book a spot in advance and let us know that you will need assistance, so that we can have a guide ready to help.
Phone: 0498-27 30 50

We have Swedish and English-speaking guides.
Each day there is a special tour in English.
We also have audio-guiding in Finnish and German.

Yes, but be careful to not disturb the guide or other visitors.

Minimum age is 15 years.

We accept credit-card, debit-card and Swish.

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It’s also possible to buy tickets at the entrance house.

We always recommend that you buy in advance to be guaranteed tickets.
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Unfortunately, we are not open in January, as the cave is flooded with water during the winter and early spring. The Café and shop is also closed during that time.
See our opening hours

Stroll in the forest park and follow the winding path of the water from the cave mouth, through the park and finally to the sea.
Barbecue and take a walk on the seaside.
Walk along the geological nature trail above the cave. (starts at the entrance house)
Have lunch or coffee in the café.
Or why not take a look in our welcoming shop?

Yes, in “Bruket Café & Butik” we serve both food, Swedish fika, waffles and ice cream. Soft drinks and alcohol. A restaurant is also available in the area.

There is a very good bicycle path between Visby and Lummelunda.
It’s only 13km long and takes about 45 minutes one way. If you go by electric bike it will take only about 25 minutes. We have plenty of parking spots for your bikes.

Yes, you can take the local bus to- and from the cave.
The bus stop in Lummelunda is only 400m away from the cave entrance. See timetables here.

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No.

Yes.