Gwarkow Chamber

The interior decor of the Gwarkow Chamber located 135 meters underground refers to mining taverns of the past. The chamber is a venue frequently used for organising revelries. Guests sit at long wooden tables in the same way as miners did many, many years ago, resting after a hard day’s work. A wooden bucket wheel is assembled in the chamber and a reconstructed system of wooden draining gutters. 

The Gwarkow Chamber measuring 14 x 4 x 10 m and of a surface area 113 m2 is situated off the regular Tourist Route. It is an ideal venue for organizing all kinds of events for up to 40 persons similar to miner’s revelries.

Worth knowing

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  • The Gwarkow Chamber is located 135 meters underground.
  • Miner’s revelries, serving refreshments, drink and food tasting can be organised in the chamber.
  • The chamber measures 14 x 10 x 4 m with a high of about 3 m, and its floor area is of 113 m2.
  • The chamber can host up to 40 persons with tables set for a revelry event.

The event organiser has at his disposition included in the chamber rent price:

  • Small screen (1,8 m x 2,4 m)
  • Multimedia projector (1800 ANSI)
  • MIPRO sound system
  • Flipchart
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