|Location:||Near St Vit. From Besançon N73-D13-D48 or D13 through Quingey.|
APR to MAY daily 9-12, 14-18.
JUN daily 9-18.
JUL to AUG daily 9-19.
SEP daily 9-12, 14-17.
OCT Mon-Sat 14:30-17, Sun 9-12, 14-17.
Adults EUR 7, Children EUR 4, Students EUR 5.50, Cavers EUR 5.50.
|Guided tours:||L=1,300m, D=60min.|
|Address:||Grotte d'Osselle, F-25410 St Vit. Tel: +33-381-636209, Fax: +33-381-638852.|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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|1504||first known visits.|
|1751||first development of the cave|
|1826||skeletons of cave bears discovered by the English paleontologist Buckland.|
The Grotte d'Osselle is located in a cliff overlooking a meander of the river Doubs.
During the French Revolution the cave was used as refuge.
The underground river in one of the lower galleries is spanned by a small stone bridge (built in 1751) enabling visitors to see the so-called Organ Gallery.