Die Zirbe – Ausstellung St. Jakob i. Def.
The largest pine forest of the Eastern Alps is topic of this exhibition. It encourages to touch, play, explore, visit the pine forest in the national park Hohe Tauern, best in the company of a park-ranger.
A unique holistic experience of medieval towers, modern architecture, craftsmanship and interactive cultural education. A fascinating journey through time at the site of 800 years of history!
Long-distance hikes along free-flowing glacial streams with views over a fabulous sea of peaks to the highest mountains in Austria, always in close contact with eternal ice, pristine alpine pastures, unique mountain meadows.
Eisenbahnmuseum Südbahn Heizhaus
The railway museum, one of a kind in all of Tyrol, in the former Südbahn roundhouse from 1871! Steam-, electricity-, and diesel-powered locomotives, railway cars, signalling devices, technological equipment, historical photographs and plans.
Dive into the life and culture of the unique Roman town of Tyrol. Themed exhibits, current archeological finds, virtual presentations, shop and a landscape park with a viewing tower. Free app with an audio guide.
Museum Stadt Lienz – Schloss Bruck
The residential castle of the Gorizian counts houses a museum with a collection of ALBIN EGGER-LIENZ. Furthermore, a knights‘ hall and the keep. „Culture summer in Schloss Bruck“ – guided tours, children‘s workshops, family Sundays.
The Kammerlanderhof in Thurn
The 500 years-old heritage-protected parlour house offers a smoke room, grain room with tools and trunks and a small sleeping room. Dive into historical peasant craft.
Café Schloss Bruck
On the most beautiful terrace in the city with a magnificent panorama, you can leave all your worries behind with drinks, ice cream, pastries and snacks. The castle café is open during the museum’s opening hours as well as during cultural events and by appointment.
Virgen – Jenseits der Zeit
Die Landschaft rund um Virgen hat viele spannende Geschichten zu erzählen. In der Nationalpark-Dauerausstellung im Ortszentrum erzählen Virger Persönlichkeiten von Lebensweisen von der ersten Talbesiedlung bis hin zur Gegenwart. Man findet in der Ausstellung auch Insidertipps für Erkundungstouren zu den natur- und kulturgeschichtlich interessantesten Plätzen in der Landschaft des Virgentales.