Explore underground tunnels that will take you back in history
Important heritage of the Tezno Zone are also underground tunnels built in 1943 by the Germans due to danger of air attacks by the Allies. 8,512 square metres of underground tunnels were dug at the depth of 15 metres. Tunnels were designed to be used as a backup location for undisturbed production upon frequent attacks on the plant.
The guided tour includes short photo exhibition, a walk through tunnels, two figures taking you through the history of war production tunnels, experience of TAM and Tezno commercial area. The tour is about one hour long.
The guided tour is possible every Saturday at 4 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m.. Max. 30 people in a group.
|Individuals up to 30 people
|Organized groups of over 15 people
|Children under 6 years
|free of charge
Join us if you want to enter the tunnels that survived bombing, war, TAM and many other things.