The Labyrinth is a highly protected natural cave. The half a million year old cave flight systems, isolated from each other, but situated on the same level, had begun to be connected by the inhabitants of surrounding villages from the 13th century. Then on, this interoprable cave system, functioned as a wine cellar in peacetime and during the wars was used as a shelter. During the 1930s the Labyrinth was a tourist attraction, but operated as a shelter during the Second World War. The first Waxworks in Hungary, was operating here from 1984 – 1996. The place was closed from 1997 – 2011, but has been welcoming visitors again, from November 2011.
MAP OF THE LABYRINTH IN THE CASTLE DISTRICT