Interesting and knowledgeable, the commentator is very patient, and the content is easy to understand. The link of wearing a miner's hat to the mine is very interesting. Generally speaking, it is good, but it is a pity that the maintenance can't keep up, and it is beginning to show run-down.
The quiet and standing coal mine site cultural park tells you about the past glory, the deep mine is the deep witness of industrial civilization. Into the Fangzi coal mine site cultural park gate, the first see is the original workshop transformed into the Fangzi coal mine museum. It is understood that this museum is the Shandong Branch of the Chinese Coal Mine Museum, which has detailedly displayed and introduced the formation, occurrence, mining, utilization and the 100-year history of the Fangzi Coal Mine. Follow the guide, first to a winch house built by the Germans a hundred years ago, then into the "cannery", and began to descend in the dark to 175 meters deep underground. This is the first shaft, also known as the "Fangzi pit", which was opened by the Germans in September 1898. Down the well, you can hear the sound of "la la la la", with mine lamps on the mine wall, you can see a small flow of water flowing down the wall to the bottom of the well. The whole underground experience area is remodeled based on the house pit built in Germany in 1898 and the historical alleyway that remains to this day, basically retains the historical original appearance. The ticket price of 70 yuan is a bit expensive!
I think it’s worth it. It’s right at the Fangzi South Bus Station, next to Xinfang Group. I went down to a depth of 175 meters. I listened to a lot of explanations and learned a lot of knowledge. I took the miners’ rides and it was fun! Support the development of industrial tourism!
It is worth a visit to learn about the hard work of the former coal miners.
You can bring your children to learn about the hard work of coal workers.
Few people, but the environment is ok, you can bring children to play together.
The experience is very good, interesting and fun, it is recommended, the scenery is good, but the tickets are slightly expensive, especially the tickets for the mine are too expensive