Museum or exhibition in SalzburgerLand? You have the choice between exciting and informative offers.
Modern water-themed adventure centre for all ages at the foot of the Krimml Waterfalls.
The Nowak Museum in Wald im Pinzgau displays minerals from the Hohe Tauern National Park and the Zillertal Alps.
In addition to the Nationa Park's "Emeralds & Crystals" exhibition, you can also learn about the lives of our ancestors.
10 worlds under one roof! Experience nature with all your senses at the 1,800 m2 alpine adventure world in Mittersill.
An experience for the whole family! The new Felberturm Museum brings the history of the mule trade to life.
"Capturing a piece of history" - An archaeological site of supra-regional importance with extensive trade connections.
The Noriker - a horse with history! The museum in Niedernsill shows the natural and cultural history of the Noriker horse.
The 360-metre mystical National Park Gallery on the Kitzsteinhorn in Kaprun provides access to the Hohe Tauern viewing platform.
Experience the fascination of bygone but never extinguished automotive dreams at the Oldtimer Museum in Kaprun.
Marvel at archaeological finds from the first settlements or learn about the development of tourism and rural life in Kaprun.
The medieval museum Vogtturm in the heart of the city showcases the city's history, art, culture and innovation.
Wood from seed to fine product. Wood as a high-tech product. All this and much more can be experienced in Fusch.
The steep path from mountain village to tourist resort! A fascinating insight into Saalbach Hinterglemm.
The museum in Leogang houses mining masterpieces and sacred Gothic art of the highest European quality.
Rock crystals, other gemstones as well as mandrakes, root heads and carvings can be viewed in Leogang free of charge.
The museum in Saalfelden representations displays of various lifestyles and a large number of folklore exhibits.
Interesting and valuable exhibits from the former gold mining industry, customs and rural working life are on display.
At this exhibition in Rauris, the big birds of the Alps - golden eagles, bearded vultures & griffon vultures - can be put under the microscope.