Welcome!

to the EUROPEAN ROUTE OF INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE,
the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe

The Route System

Please accept cookies in order to use maps
spinner
Anchor Point icon Anchor Point
Anchor Point icon Member ERIH association
Anchor Point icon Site
Filter Map
Only Anchor Points
+
Shrink map
Did you know? ...

where to find the deepest visitor mine in Europe?

The shafts in the old Guido colliery in Zabrze (Poland), first set up in 1855, descend to a depth of 320 metres, making it the deepest…
more

Stories about People ...

Georges Dufaud (1777 – 1852)

Georges Dufaud, born in Beaumont-la-Ferriere (Nièvre), discovered the activity in the La Chaussade forges of Guérigny, led by his father.In…
more

News

| Industry Open 2021: Conference on industrial (heritage) tourism

"The tourism industry and industrial (heritage) tourism destinations - how to restart…  more

| Study & Work Camp: behind the scenes of Berlin's industrial culture

ERIH site managers watch out: From 7 to 22 August 2021, the Berlin Centre for…  more

| After the lockdown: ERIH Italy puts forward new ideas for industrial heritage tourism

Roll up your sleeves and get going – the digital ERIH Italy chapter meeting on 28 May…  more

| German magazine Industriekultur, No. 1.21: Railways in Transition

The EU Commission has declared 2021 the "European Year of Rail". The focus is on the…  more

| Say hello, wave goodbye: UK representative position replaced

For two decades he was the British Isles' face on the ERIH map: Jonathan Lloyd, an…  more

This website was last updated on 21st June 2021.