The last charcoal kiln in the Düben Heath still produces charcoal. Visitors gain insights into the production and marketing of charcoal.
About 200 years ago, charcoal was first produced here by "burning" beech wood in earth piles and later in metal containers. The kiln is still active and sells charcoal made of local wood. Groups (15 or more) can book guided tours. There is also an art gallery. The charcoal kiln is an ideal starting point for many hikes in the heath.
Note: because of the Corona pandemic, the snack bar must unfortunately remain closed.