A spectacular natural phenomenon is waiting to be discovered by you in the Rhine valley.
Every two hours, the Geyser erupts with an impressive water fountain rising up to 60 metres / 200 ft. into the sky, driven by carbon dioxide from deep volcanic sources. You set off on your journey at the Geyser Centre in Andernach by taking a trip deep below the surface to the origin of the Andernach Geyser. This is followed by a relaxed cruise on the river Rhine, down to the nature reserve “Namedyer Werth” where this rare natural phenomenon awaits you: The Andernach Geyser.
About your visit
No dogs or pets (except guide dogs/assistance dogs) are allowed into the museum or the site of the eruption of the geyser.