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Only those sights and attractions are listed which are open during the winter months (the period from November until the end of April). You will find a brief description, admission prices and precise opening times for the various attractions. For information on times for those attractions open during the summer (May until the end of October), please ask for our brochure “SalzburgerLand Card – Sights & Attractions”. Also listed under each town are the contact phone numbers for the tourist office and/or the info center for the attraction in question, both of whom will be glad to provide you with additional details. Abtenau


Voglauer Country Furniture

Heritage Museum (Heritage House + Deanery

Permanent exhibition of country furniture with a


worldwide scope.

The Heritage House includes a farm room, a “Smoke

Admission Prices:

Kitchen”, Nativity scenes, a “Riflemen’s Room”, a

free admission

room of worship, a school room, folk costumes and


Perchten masks, offering visitors insights into the life

Mon-Fri from 9:00 – 5:00

and culture of our ancestors. The Deanery Barn


houses an exhibition of agricultural tools and equip-

Voglauer Bauernmöbel, Tel. (0)6243/2700


Abtenau Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6243/4040-54

Admission Prices: adults euro 3. 0, children euro 2.00, groups of 10 or

Postalm Scenic Road

more: per person Euro 2.00, school classes: per child

Via the 19 km-long toll road with superb views of the


Lammertal and Dachstein Massif, you’ll reach Aus-


tria’s largest area of Alpine pastures where cross-

Mon, Thu, Fri 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

country ski trails and numerous ski lifts await you.

Special tours possible by advanced arrangement

Toll Prices:


Cars euro 7.00; Motorcycles Euro 3.50 ; Buses Euro

Museum, Tel. (0)6664/915 20 60


Altenmarkt-Zauchensee Tourism, Tel. (0)6452/5511

Hours: Open all year, closed only when avalanche danger is

Bad Gastein

high. Info:

Gastein Museum

Abtenau Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6243/4040-54

Here you’ll learn details about the history of this spa community, as well as about mining and folk traditions


in Gastein. In addition to a collection of paintings and a mineral exhibition, the museum regularly hosts

Marble Trail

special exhibitions.

Freely open to the public; Trail maps available from

Admission Prices:

the Gasthof Steinbruch and the Dorfcafe, € 1.00

adults euro 3, children up to age 14 free

Info: Mr. Freidl Tel.:06245/78197 (Führungen möglich)


Mineral & Fossil Museum at the Römerbrücke,

26.12. – end of April: daily 10:30 – 12:00 and 3:30 –

Gerhard Wolf, Tel. 06245 71325 – open daily from


10:00 – 6:00

every Wednesday at 3:30, museum tour incl. visit to the springs, meets at the Gastein Museum, charge €


4.00 Info:

Museum “am Kastenturm”

Gastein Museum, Tel. (0)6434/3488

Houses a permanent exhibition focusing on “Archaeo-

logy in the Pongau” and featuring valuable objects

Bad Gastein Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6432/3393-560

discovered in and within the mountains. Admission Prices:

Bad Hofgastein

adults € 3.00, children € 1.00; seniors and other discounted admissions: € 2.00

Parish Church (Liebfrauenkirche a. Grieß), first


chronicled in 894, since 1602 the biggest and most

Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun from 10:00 – 4:00 (and by ad-

significant Gothic mountain church of the Salzburger-

vanced arrangement with Dr. Ransmayer)

Land, magnificent Baroque altar .

Info: Dr. Christoph Plawenn, Tel. (0)6462/3444-3

Weitmoserschlössl, 1554, late Gothic, typical Salz-

Dr. Hans Ransmayer, Tel. (0)664/3711400

burg stately home (dating back to the gold- and silver-

mining days), today a café- restaurant.

Bischofshofen Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6462/2471

Annenkapelle, chapel, popular excursion destination


with splendid views of Bad Hofgastein, original building dates back to 1801.

Bramberg Museum Closed for remodeling.

Technology Collections of Hans Breyer, Tours by phone appointment with Mr. Lindebner, Tel.: 0664

Salzburger Wollstadel


Mankind & Nature – in harmony – country handicrafts – tradition and modernity – knowledge and artisans’

Bad Vigaun

expertise! The ladies of the Wollstadel, some 30 housewives and farmer’s wives from the Pinzgau

Community Gallery

region, look to bring out the benefits and qualities of

Exhibition depicting local culture – approx. every 2

wool, this important natural material.

months, opening of a new special exhibit



Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 – 12:00 and 2:30 – 5:00

Mon-Thu 8:00 – 12:00 and 2:00 – 5:00, Fri 8:00 –

Saturday: 9:00 – 12:00


Admission Prices:


Tel.: +43 (0)6566 8679

Info: Community Gallery, Tel. 06245/83438 or Bad Vigaun

Steiner Minerals & Jewelry:

Tourist Office, Tel. 06245/84116,

The Steiner Family has been hunting for minerals and turning them into jewelry for 3 generations. Their very best finds can be admired on 70 m² of exhibition

space at the Steiner Family’s home. One-of-a-kind jewelry, produced in-house, is available for purchase.

Hike to the Schafbachalm, Grögernalm or Schlit-



Monday - Saturday 9:00 – 12:00 and 2:00 – 6:00

About a 1-hour walk to the huts, cleared sledding run

down to the valley. Toboggans available to borrow.

Hours: MO-TH Schafbachalm closed


WE Grögernalm closed Info:

Burg Klammstein – Castle of History & Adventure

Schafbachalm, Schafbachstrasse 32, 5324 Faistenau,

Standing at the entrance to the Gastein Valley is

Tel.: 0664 53 189 54, Fax: 06228 7186,

Klammstein Castle, the oldest historic building in,

Gastein. The castle museum presents exhibits dealing area history, hunting, minerals and the trade route

Tour of the Bramsau Brewery

through the Gastein Valley. Knights’ feasts and round

Great opportunity to see how hops and barley are

tables conjuring up those days of yore, curling and

turned into a delicious “brew”. Afterwards, you are

tobogganing, sometimes by lanternlight, accompanied

invited to stop in for refreshments at their restaurant.

by traditional folk music, plus other attractions

Every Wednesday at 5pm, free admission – no ap-

throughout the winter months.

pointments necessary. Tel.: 06228 2566

Admission Prices: adults euro 4.00, child euro 2.00

Museum of the Volunteer Fire Fighters


On display are equipment and uniforms since the

Tue-Sun from 11:00 at the top of every hour until 6:00

Faistenau Volunteer Fire Department was founded,

p.m. - guided tours of the castle

along with uniforms from German and Luxemburg.


Open/tours by appointment – Tourist Office, Tel.:

Klammstein Castle, Tel. (0)6433/7603

06228 2314. Dorfgastein Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6432/3393-460



Oberhof Farmhouse Museum Visits to and guided tours of the Oberhof Farmhouse

Faistenau “Wood Room”


Gifts and toys made of fine woods, to view and pur-

Admission Prices:


Free admission (donations welcome)

Admission Prices:



Every Tue from 4:00 – 6:00 and by advanced ar-



Mon-Fri 8:00 – 6:00 and Sat by appointment



Oberhof Farmhouse Museum, Tel. (0)6453/8221

Ainz Cabinet-Maker’s, Hinterseestrasse 68, 5324

Faistenau, Tel. 06228/7196,

Filzmoos Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6453/8235

Hofalm Hikes

Pichler, has assembled a fascinating collection from

Romantic walk, taking about 1 hour, to the Oberhof –

days gone by.

and Unterhofalm on the shores of the Almsee. Also

Hours: Sunday 10am – 5pm and by appointment.

possible to make your way out by taxi or on a horse-

Admission: € 3.00 for adults; € 1.50 for children. Tel:

drawn sleigh.



Path open from Dec. 2004 – Easter. Country inns along the way, Unterhofalm closed Mon-

Glass Bead Maker, Viktor Faric

days, Oberhofalm closed Tuesdays.

If you are interested in art, you should definitely take a


trip to the studios of Viktor Faric. The artist will be

Filzmoos Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6453/8235

glad to show you his pieces, maybe you’ll even have a chance to peek over his shoulder as he goes about

Pilgrimage Church “zum Filzmooser Kindl”

his work. His art focuses on glass, painting and


sketching. Please call for an appointment, Tel.

Filzmoos Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6453/8235



Paper-Maker Sepp Kornprobst Austria’s only private paper-manufacturer – in this one

Hermann Maier Fan Shop

workshop, you will gain insights into the art of paper-

Souvenirs, trinkets, photo gallery of Hermann Maier,

dipping, and even get to work on your own projects

plus an exhibition of his many medals and awards.

with expert assistance! Please call for an appoint-


ment, Tel: 06244/7110

Fan Shop, Tel. (0)6457/3334 Further information is available from the Golling TourGoldegg

ist Office, Tel. (0)6244/4356,

Goldegg Castle & Pongau Heritage Museum The heritage museum depicts the traditional culture


of the Pongau region. Also on display is the unique “Knights’ Hall”.

Untersberg Museum in Grödig-Fürstenbrunn


Stories relating the world around the Untersberg,

Tours Thu at 2:00 p.m. as well as by advanced ar-

revolving around marble, water, the moors, legends


and marble mill.

Admission Prices:

Admission Prices: adults euro 2.00

adults euro 3.50, children euro 1.00, groups euro 2.50



Sat, Sun and public holidays, 1:00 – 5:00


Goldegg Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6415/8131

Untersberg Museum, Tel. (0)6246/721060

Info from Mrs. Klettner, Tel. (0)6415/8213

Grödig Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6246/73570


Radio Museum An exhibit of radio equipment from its early begin-

Tannhauser Farm Museum

nings to the 1960’s.

Take an excursion back into the farming days of old.

Admission Prices:

At the Thannhauser Farm Museum, your host, Inge

adults euro 2.00



person is free; youth groups: every 21 person is free.

Wed 4:00 – 7:00

Audio Guides in 10 languages: rental fee euro 2.



Hans Martin Walchhofer, Tel. (0)676/6757107

02.11.09 * 10.01.10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.*

11.01.10 * 22.01.10 closed!

Grödig Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6246/73570

23.01.10 * 26.03.10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.* 27.03.10 * 01.11.09 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.*


02.11.09 * 31.12.09 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.* * = Starting time of the last tours

Salzburg Open-Air Museum


60 original farm buildings dating from 5 centuries,

Hallein Salt Mine, Tel. (0)6132 200 8511

enchanting farmhouse gardens, demonstrations of

handicrafts and more – all awaiting you at the Salz-

Hallein Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6245/85394

burg Open-Air Museum. Admission Prices:

Celtic Village, Bad Dürrnberg

adults euro 6.00, family ticket euro 12.00

The Celtic Village is a reconstructed Celtic settlement,

(buildings are closed in winter, during which period

presenting exhibits detailing the work and life of min-

admission charges are reduced)

ers from Celtic times until the Middle Ages, along with


finds from excavations on the Dürrnberg. Inside the

02.11.08 – 06.01.09 from 10am – 3pm*

huts you can learn even more about the Celts and the

07.01.09 – 30.01.09 closed!

lives they led. Self-explanatory, no guided tours. Au-

31.01.09 – 03.04.09 from 10am – 3pm*

dio Guides in 10 languages available at the ticket

04.04.09 – 01.11.09 from 9am – 5pm*

office. Rental fee: euro 2.

02.11.09 – 31.12.09 from 10am – 3pm* *= start of the last tours

Cost of admission is included when you visit the Salt


Mine, otherwise the following admission prices will

Open-Air Museum, Tel. (0)662/850011


adults Euro 4.00,

Grossgmain Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6247/8278

children (ages 4-15) Euro 2.00, groups (of 20 or more) Euro 3.50,

Hallein-Bad Dürrnberg

youth and school groups (up to age 19) Euro 1.50

Salt Mine

02.11.09 - 10.01.10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Visitors hop aboard the mine railway for a quick, com-

11.01.10 - 22.01.10 closed!

fortable ride into the Salzberg. Once inside the moun-

23.01.10 - 26.03.10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

tain, you’ll slide down long miners’ slides to a subter-

27.03.10 - 01.11.09 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

ranean salt lake, which you will then cross aboard a


raft to the sounds of mystical music.

Hallein Salt Mine, Tel. (0) 6132 200 8511 –

Opening Times:

Admission Prices: ,

adults euro 18.00, children (ages 4-15) euro 9.00,

Hallein Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6245/85394

groups (of 20 or more) euro 16.00 per pers., every st

21 person is free; school/youth groups by appoint-

Silent Night Museum, Hallein

ment (up to age 19) euro 8.00, school/youth groups

The museum presents the story behind the creation

w/o appointment: euro 9; school groups: every 11


and spread of the Christmas song, “Silent Night! Holy Night!”. The exhibition is supplemented by original

furnishings and the personal effects of the song’s


composer, Franz Xaver Gruber. Admission is included in your visit to the Salt Worlds,

Dollhouse Museum

otherwise the following admission prices will apply:

Here you’ll see 45 dollhouses from different time

Adults Euro 2.00, children Euro 0.70

periods, toys, teddy bears and, of course, dolls.

Groups (of 15 or more) Euro 1.50

Admission Prices:

Groups and guided tours only by prior arrangement

adults euro 2.20, children euro 1.10, special group

Opening Times:


Daily 3-5pm


Advent until January 6: daily 11am – 5pm

Daily from 12:00 – 5:00



Hallein Celtic Museum, Tel. (0)6245/80783

Doll Museum, Tel. (0)6224/89000

Hintersee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6224/344

Hallein Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6245/85394 Hollersbach Celtic Museum, Hallein In over 30 rooms, the museum presents a wealth of

National Park Workshop

precious objects, with the focus being on artifacts

Comprehend, explore, experiment at the Klausner-

excavated at Celtic settlements or mines, as well as

haus in the National Park community of Hollersbach.

at the ancient grave sites on the Dürrnberg.

For children ages 8 and up, their parents, school

Admission is included in your visit to the Salt Worlds,

classes and youth groups in small groups up to 15

otherwise the following admission prices will apply:

people, min. participation 6 people.

Adults Euro 6.00, school children (ages 7 - 19) Euro

Hours: by appoint. Please call



seniors, students Euro 5.00, groups (of 15 or more) Euro 5.00


Guided tours by appointment only Opening Times:

Historic Copper Mine on the Larzenbach

daily from 9:00 – 5:00

Austria’s most beautiful copper lode and the magnifi-


cent colors of the minerals, are highlights in this fas-

Celtic Museum, Hallein, Tel. (0)6245/80783

cinating workplace of the medieval miner.

Admission Prices:

Hallein Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6245/85394

adults euro 7.00, children euro 3.50, groups euro 6.00, copper mine and museum euro 9.00


Hours: 27.10. – 14.5. by advanced reservation (min. 3

Gut Aiderbichl


During Advent, there is also an Advent Market to visit.


Otherwise, you can always visit the many animals and

Hüttau Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6458/7103

beautiful enclosures.

Opening Times: in winter: 10:00 – 6:00

Museum – “Ores, Gold & Minerals”


In the historic setting of a mine owner’s house, we

Gut Aiderbichl Tel. 0662/625395

invite you to join us in a journey through the world of the SalzburgerLand’s minerals.

Admission Prices:


adults euro 3.50, children euro 1.50, groups euro

Sun-Fri 10:00 – 6:00

3.00, copper mine and museum euro 9.00

Sat only in bad weather



15.9. – 30.6. by advanced reservation (min. 3 people).

Museum, Tel. (0)6547/7134


Hüttau Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6458/7103

Power Station Information Center at the main power plant


Hours: daily from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Exhibition “Mountain Forest” at the Talwirt Na-


tional-Park Inn at the valley head of Hüttschlag

free admission

Info: (0)6417/444

Info: Tel.. (0) 6547 20019-23201

Grossarltal Valley Museum

Mountain treasures, habitats of the Grossarl Valley, mineral exhibit, mountain grasslands, copper mining


and gathering wood with hand-drawn sleds – the main themes of this valley museum.

Manro-Classic Automobile & Music Museum

Admission Prices:

Koppl Gewerbepark 1, Wolfgangsee Bundesstraße

adults euro 3.50, children (ages 6-15) euro 1.50,

Tel.: 0664-3572525 Mr. Rotschne

children (up to age 6) free, family ticket (children up to


age 15) euro 7.00

Saturday: 1 to 7 p.m.


Sunday & Monday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. or by phone

By request


Info: Valley Museum, Tel. (0)6417/445 or 444

Admission Prices:

Grossarltal Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6417/ 201 or 204

adults € 7 vintage car clubs (10 or more pers.) € 5


children ages 4 and up € 3 ÖAMTC members 10 % discount

Kaprun Museum Prehistory, tourism pioneers,


modern tourism, the Song of Kaprun and much more.

Krimml Waterfalls


Cleared hiking path to the foot of the waterfalls – free

Kaprun Museum


Weekly hike by torchlight with events program – free

Tel.: 0043 (0) 664 931 6228

participation. Krimml Tourist Office,

Vötter’s Vehicle Museum

Tel. 0043/6564/7239-0

At the Hotel Sportkristall in Kaprun

Admission Prices: adults euro 6.00, children euro 3.00

Lamprechtshausen Lessach Franz Xaver Gruber Museum At the old school house in Arnsdorf, the village where

St. Paul’s Parish Church

“Silent Night” was written. Exhibits pertaining to the

The age of this church is unknown, neo-Gothic in

life and work of this famous composer.

style, sun dial on the south side, charnel house on the

Admission Prices:

east side of the church

adults euro 3.00, children euro 1.00, groups euro 2.00

Special Feature: please refer to the cemetery below


Hours: daily until about 6:00 p.m. (temporarily closed

By arrangement with Mrs. Aigner

due to interior renovations)

Info: Museum, Mrs. Aigner Tel. (0)6274/7453

Info: Lessach Tourist Office Tel: +43 (0)6484 813,

Leogang Cemetery Kubin Exhibition

The wooden edging of the graves are quite excep-

In the old bathhouse on the Sonnberg, illustrated

tional in Europe and of great art-historical value. Lo-

books, portfolios and drawings by Alfred Kubin (1877-

cated around the parish church are information


boards in German, Italian and English.


Hours: always open to the public

In the winter months, Sundays 4 – 5 p.m. or call

Info: Lessach Tourist Office

ahead for an appointment. (Tel.: (0)6583/8215)

Tel: +43 (0)6484 813


Kubin Exhibition, Tel. (0)6583/8215, Leogang Tourist Office, Tel.

Thurnschall Ruins


Dilapidated and subsequently rediscovered border fortification from the 12th century.

Mining & Gothic Museum in Leogang

Legends swirl around the “Thurnschallweibl”

This museum documents the rich 3200-year history of

Hours: always open to the public; winter hiking path

mining in Leogang. Focus: The wondrous world of

Info: Lessach Tourist Office

Leogang’s minerals. Permanent Exhibition: Gothic

Tel: +43 (0)6484 813

sculptures and tablets of the miners‘ patron saints

and intercessors, medieval furniture and craftsmanship, famous silver coins from Salzburg.


Admission Prices: Adults Euro 6.30, Students Euro 3.20, Children (up to

Mariapfarr Parish & Pilgrimage Museum

age 15) free

The church treasures of the Lungau region’s former

Hours have not yet been set (still has to be discussed

mother parish, including the precious “Silver Altar”,

with the Alpine Association!)

are of particular art-historical interest and presented

Dec. – March Th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., closed in Nov.

here to the public. In 1816, Josef Mohr wrote the

and April.

world-famous Christmas song, “Silent Night! Holy


Night!”, at the parsonage in Mariapfarr. The Josef

Leogang Mining & Gothic Museum,

Mohr exhibition documents the creation and dissemi-

Tel. (0)6583/7105

nation of the song, as well as the life of Josef Mohr., Leogang Tourism, Tel. (0)6583/8234

Hours: Sun and Thu, 5 – 7 p.m.


Tours: by arrangement Tel: +43 (0)6473 8766 or +43 (0)6473 20068

National Park Worlds

In eight “Nature Rooms”, you will stroll through the extraordinary diversity of the Alps’ biggest nature

Pilgrimage Church

sanctuary. Special highlights include the eagle’s fight,

The parish and pilgrimage church was originally built

a 3-D cinema documenting the creation of the so-

in Romanesque style, acquiring its current form in the

called “Tauern Window”, a 270° projection that plac es

15th century. Of particular art-historical significance is

you in the middle of an avalanche, as well as a time

a religious painting dating from the 15th century. The

wheel of the Pasterze glacier.

13th and 14th century frescoes are especially worthy


of note.

€ 8.00 for adults

Church tours are offered as per the weekly program.

€ 4.00 for children ages 6-14


Children ages 0-5 are free

Mariapfarr Tourist Office, Tel. +43 (0)6473 8766

Hours: daily from 9:00 – 6:00 Info:

Laurentius Church in Althofen

National Park Center, Tel. (0)6562/40939

The church was first chronicled in the year 923. The

Laurentius Church we know today dates from the 18th century. The Gothic figure of Laurentius is an excep-


tional work of art. It was from here that the Christianization of the Lungau began.

Hochfeld Historic Mine

Info and Registration: Mrs. Elfriede Bauer

Come experience the historic copper mine in the

Tel: +43 (0)6473 8676

Untersulzbach Valley! Admission Prices:


adults euro 11.00 (with Guest Pass euro 10.00)

Mauterndorf Castle

Available by arrangement

Under its motto, “Longing for the Middle Ages”, visi-


tors are invited to a journey through time back to the

Neukirchen Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6565/6256


Middle Ages. Slip into knightly costume and experience first-hand the art of attack and defense, pass


through the toll station and pay with chinking coins.

Idea and Realization: Uli Brée & Gabriel Castaneda

Awaiting younger visitors is a “Knights’ Adventure

Admission: EUR 5.00, Children up to age 14 FREE

Playground”. In addition, the keep houses a

Group Discounts: for every 20 paying guests - 1 free

recreation of castle life on 6 floors.

admission (tickets must be purchased as a block)


Youth Groups (ages 14 - 19): EUR 3.00, for every 20

Available on request!

paying guests - 1 free admission (tickets must be


purchased as a block).

Mauterndorf Castle, Tel. +43 (0)6472/7426 Mauterndorf Tourist Office, Tel. +43 (0)6472/7949

Neumarkt am Wallersee

Silent Night & Heritage Museum The museum is located directly next to the chapel and

Museum in the Fronfeste

is dedicated to the creation and spread of this song,

Austria’s “Museum Seal of Distinction”

but also to local history and the shipping of salt, all of

“From Rome to Hats”, a museum with an array of

which is tightly interwoven with the story of “Silent

highly educative programs - for young and old, indi-


viduals and school groups – the museum has a per-

Admission Prices: adults euro 2.50, seniors/children

fect program in store for everyone.

euro 1.50, groups euro 2.20



Adults € 3.00, School Children/Students € 1.50, Fami-

daily 9:00 – 4:00

ly Ticket (2 adults and 2 or more children) € 7.50,

Advent 9:00 – 6:00

Sommerjoker, Salzburg Card, family pass, seniors €

closed in February




Oberndorf Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6272/4422

Tue, Thu 10:00 – 12:00, Sa, Su 2:00 – 5:00 Info:


Museum Society 06216-5704,

Doll Museum Come with your children and friends to our world of


dolls and allow yourself to be enchanted by 250 handmade porcelain dolls, with mouth-blown crystal

Photo Exhibition: 100 Years of Skiing in Obertauern,

eyes and hand-sewn clothes from the studio of Ger-

at the “Haus des Gastes”; Hours: Mo – Su 8:00 –

trude Hauser.


Admission Prices:

Admission: FREE

Adults: 3.00; Children: 1.00; Groups and Seniors:



Obertauern Tourism


Tel. +43 (0) 6456 / 7252

Year-round Fri and Sat from 2:00 – 5:00,

Info: World of Dolls, Tel. (0)6219/6429 Obertrum Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6219/6307

Oberndorf Puch Silent Night Memorial Chapel “Silent Night” was first performed here in 1818, and it

Smithy Museum

was from here that Joseph Mohr‘s 6-verse message

This museum is located next to the automobile repair

of peace set out to conquer the world. A magnet for


many people from all corners of the world.

Josef Wimmer, Schlossstr. 45, 5412 Puch


Tel. 06245 80124

Oberndorf Tourist Office (for tours and info),


Tel. (0)6272/4422

free admission Hours: Monday from 9:00 – 11:00 and by appointment Info: Puch Tourism, Tel. 06245 84166

Further Info: Ramingstein Tourist Office, Puch Church

Tel. (0)6475 805

Gothic structure from the 14th century, Baroque high

altar is especially noteworthy and dates from 1685. Artworks by sculptor, Johann Georg Mohr (1656-

Silver Mine

1726), the wooden carved Palm Donkey and Christ

The low-roofed mine tunnel gives insights into the

figure from the Middle Ages, as well as a Roman

work that miners had to endure,

milestone, which is located in a nook in the cemetery

Tours: Tel. (0)6474 2296 or (0)676 7720369

wall. Clothing: be sure to wear no-slip shoes, along with

Church of St. James

warm and heavy-duty clothes!

Built in the year 1200, later to become a Baroque pilgrimage church. The altar by Santa Maria Loretto

Breathing Center

is especially worth seeing.

Relaxation therapy aimed at allergy-sufferers, asth-


matics, as well as those suffering from cardiac com-

Puch Tourism, Tel. 06245 84166

plaints and stress issues, all under professional supervision


Info: Mr. Willi Resch Tel. +43 (0)6474 6971

Heritage Museum in Lerchen Castle Historic depiction of Roman times, acquisition of the


city charter, the Peasant Wars, Protestant emmigration, handicrafts and exhibition from Paul Hohaimer

Heritage & Valley Museum

and more.

Houses numerous fascinating and valuable exhibits

Admission Prices:

relating to gold-mining days, heritage groups, local

adults euro 3.50, children euro 1.00

traditions and the world of the Rauris Valley’s farmers,


together with countless minerals which are also on

Tuesday - Friday 10 a.m. - noon and


2:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Admission Prices:


adults euro 3 with Guest Pass

Museum, Tel. (0)6452/6374

teens up to age 18 and children, euro 2 (with Guest-


Radstadt Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6452/7472

Hours: Dec. – April every MO, WE, FR from 4 – 6 p.m., spe-


cial tours by appointment (groups of 8 or more) (undergoing renovation in 2009/2010)

Historic Ore Mill and



Museum, Tel. (0)6544/6253

In the community of Kendlbruck, reproduction of an

original ore mill. In the Middle Ages, this is where ore

Rauris Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6544/20022

mined in the Mühlbach Valley was smelted. The facility is always accessible to the public.

Micro-Brewery at the Weixen Country Inn

Additional information is provided on the info boards

See how beer is created at the new micro-brewery

located alongside the pathway to the smelter.

located at the Landgasthof Weixen in the National Park’s breathtaking Seidlwinkl Valley.



Daily except Mon

Exhibition info, Tel. (0)6242/265


TVB Russbach: Tel. (0) 06242 577

Landgasthof Weixen, Tel. (0)6544/6437

Saalbach Hinterglemm

Kirchenwirt Schnapps Distillery

Heritage House – Ski Museum

This distillery is 600 years old. Take a tour and, of

Awaiting you at the Heritage Museum are exhibits on

course, when you’re done, sample some of our 18 (!!)

the topics of agriculture and forestry, handicrafts, a

different varieties.

weaver’s workshop, a country bedroom, plus a photo


collection “Saalbach Hinterglemm in Days Gone By”.

Daily except Tue

The Ski Museum houses around 300 exhibits from


the 100-year-old skiing history of Saalbach Hinter-

Kirchenwirt Schnapps Distillery, Tel. (0)6544/8119

glemm. Admission Prices:

Bucheben Alpine Wildlife Enclosure

adults euro 3.00, children euro 1.50, seniors euro

Opportunity to observe red and roe deer, Alpine ani-

2.50, family ticket euro 5.60

mals that, under other circumstances, would be hard


to find in the forests of the Tauern mountains, in this

Tue and Thu 2:00 – 6:00,

beautiful Alpine wildlife enclosure that presents these

guided tours by appointment

animals in their natural setting throughout the year.



Heritage House, Tel. (0)6541/7958

Daily except Tue

or 0664 47 67 807 Mrs. Maria Mitterer


Bucheben Wildlife Enclosure, Tel. (0)6544/8119

Saalbach Hinterglemm Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6541/680068

“Pinzgau Cathedral” and St. Michael’s Chapel Built when gold-mining was at its height, the Rauris


Parish Church cuts a mighty figure in the center of the valley. Next door, St. Michael’s Chapel, where the

Pinzgau Heritage Museum at Ritzen Castle

“Pinzgau Cathedral” had its origins and, being some

Big exhibition of nativity scenes

1,000 years old, the oldest church in the valley.

Admission Prices:

Hours: daily

adults euro 3.30, family ticket euro 4.40


May be subject to change!

Rauris Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6544/20022


Wed, Sat, Sun and public holidays from 2:00 – 5:00, 24.12.2008 – 06.01.2009 daily from 2:00 – 5:00


Info: Heritage Museum, Tel. (0)6582/72759

Fossil and Mineral Exhibition Admission Prices: Free admission with Guest Pass Hours: Wed 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Salzburg City

St. Martin bei Lofer

The sights of Salzburg City are generally open year-

Lamprecht’s Cave

round – all of these sights can be found at the end of

This is one of the most extensive cave systems in

this info sheet. In addition, Salzburg City also offers

Europe and the deepest cave in all the world that

the “Salzburg Card” throughout the year, allowing you

visitors can actually walk through. The show caves

to visit all of the city’s attractions.

are readily accessible via pleasant walkways. Admission Prices:

St. Georgen bei Salzburg

adults euro 3.20

“Siglhaus” Heritage Museum

daily 9:30 – 5:00, closed Thursdays

incl. prehistoric finds


Admission Prices:

Lamprecht’s Cave Information, Tel. (0)6582/8343

Free admission

Salzburger Saalachtal Tourism, Tel. (0)6588/8321


Hours: Tours by advanced arrangement

St. Koloman

Info: Heritage Museum, Tel. (0)6272/8137

Heritage Museum and Dialect Archive

St. Georgen Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6272/2929

Admission Prices: Free admission

Georg Rendl Museum


The museum depicts the life of this Catholic poet.

Mon-Fri from 8:00 – 12:00

Admission Prices:


Free admission

St. Koloman Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6241/222-15

Hours: By advanced arrangement

St. Veit

Info: Museum, Tel. (0)6272/8182

Historic Sunnpau Mine & Matthias Mineshaft

St. Georgen Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6272/2929

A visit to this mine will whisk you away to the almost forgotten world of ancient miners.

St. Johann – Alpendorf

For tours/appointments, please call 06415/7511 or 0664/2031716, (only for groups of 7 or more)

The “Pongau Cathedral” This double-steeple parish church, with its Gothic


wooden carvings, is very much the emblem of St. Johann. It was first chronicled back in 924. After the

Salzburg “Cheese World” & Organic Cheesery

devastating fire of 1855, the church was totally rebuilt

Experience first-hand how our precious milk is turned

from the ground up (1855 – 1861). The neo-Gothic

into delicious cheese. Opportunity to make cheese

altars house numerous late-Gothic figures. Its power-

yourself in a replica of a traditional dairyman’s cot-

ful setting above the Salzach Valley, along with its

tage. Under the expert direction of a cheese somme-

majestic interior, make this building one of the leading

lière, discover the high art of cheese-making. You’ll

examples of sacred architecture.

complete this course with your personal cheesemaker diploma and the wheel of cheese you created yourself.

Admission Prices: Touring on your own: euro 2,


Guided tours (groups of 10 or more at 10am, 12pm

Mon 8:00 – 12:00 and 1:00 – 5:00

and 2pm): adults euro 6, children euro 4, groups (any

Thu 1:00 – 4:00, Tue-Fri 8:00 – 12:00

time by appointment): adults euro 4 – 4.50, children


euro 3

Schwarzach Village Hall, Tel. (0)6415/6961


Schwarzach Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6415/7520

Adults euro 16.00, children euro 12.00 (Tuesday and Saturday at 10:30am for groups of 10 or more adults,


for groups at any time by appointment ) Butter-Churning:

Burgwies Spa

Adults euro 10.00, children euro 7.00 (Wednesdays at

Tel. 06562 6226

2pm for groups of 10 or more adults, groups at any

Countless guests cherish these healing waters with a

time by appointment)

very high sulfur content, enjoyed in rustic wooden



Mo-Sa 8am – 5pm

Hours: daily from 1:00 – 7:00

Info: Salzburg Cheese World, Tel. (0)6216/4198-0 or Schleedorf Tourist Office, Tel.


06216/6911 St. Leonhard’s Pilgrimage Church Folk-Costume Tailor‘s

One of the country’s most beautiful Gothic country

Visitors to the workshop can watch as the seam-

churches, golden window, Lederwasch painting.

stresses go about their sewing and embroidering of

For tours, please call ahead:

authentic folk costumes, Dirndl dresses and lederho-

Tel.: +43 (0)6474 6870 Mrs. Resch

sen pants. Admission Prices: free guided tours for groups by


appointment : adults euro 2, children euro 1.50Hours: Monday to Friday, 8am – 6pm, Saturday until 12

St. Martin’s Deanery Parish Church

noon, groups at any time by appointment.

tracing its history back to the 8th century.

Info: Wimmer Folk Tailors, Tel: 06216/6562

Always open during the daytime or Schleedorf Tourist Office,

Tel. 06235 7350

Tel. 06216/6911 Bakery

Fire-Fighting Museum of the Thalgau Volunteer

For groups only, by appointment

Fire Brigade

Admission Prices: adults euro 2.30, children euro 1.80

lively depiction of the history, technical and social

Info: Schleedorf Tourist Office, Tel. 06216/6911

developments within the Thalgau Volunteer Fire Brigade.


Tel. 06235 7350

“Salt-Lickers’ Table”

Koloman‘s Chapel

at the village hall, remarkable tabletop which com-

Last preserved wooden church in Austria.

memorates the famous 1732 “salt alliance” of Protes-

To this day, the Koloman‘s Chapel is a pilgrimage

tant farmers.

destination. Many a walker finding himself here, feels

Admission Prices:

closer than ever to his creator.

Free admission

Tel. 06235 7350

Thomatal - Schönfeld


The Holy Family in Pine

Karl Heinrich Waggerl Haus

At the Suppenalm, on the way from Bundschuh to

One-time residence of Karl-Heinrich Waggerl where

Schönfeld, are figures of the Holy Family, St. Leon-

his poetic works were penned. The living quarters, a

hard and St. Barbara, carved into standing trunks of

film and 2 listening stations provide details about the

Stone Pine by sculptor, Ernst Adelsberger. In 2001, a

poet, his work and his societal significance.

splendid chapel was built over this group of figures.

Admission Prices:


Adults euro 4.00, children 2.00


Adults/seniors with Guest Card: euro 3.30


Children up to age 6 are free,

accessible to the public year-round

Children with Guest Card and school groups: euro



Families: euro 8.00

Thomatal-Schönfeld Tourism, Tel. (0)6476/250-15

Group price per person (tour leader is free): euro 3.30 Hours:

Uttendorf / Weisssee

As of 22 December 2009: Tue, Thu, Fri: 2 – 6 p.m. For groups of 20 or more, visits are also possible

Austrian Railways Enzingerboden Information

outside of these times – please make arrangements


well in advance!

Exhibition providing insights into how Austrian Rail-


ways produces environmentally friendly energy in the

Wagrain Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6413/8448

Stubach Valley.

Cultural Society: Tel: (0)6413/8213-18 or

Admission Prices:

Tel: (0)6413/8203 or 06413/8879

adults € 6.00 /children (ages 6-15) € 3.00 Guided Tours:

Wald - Königsleiten

Every Wednesday at 4pm (by appointment) Info:

Mineral Museum

Uttendorf Tourist Office, Tel. 06563/8279

Kurt Nowak has made some of his finds available to

the public since July 1991, with the aesthetic aspects of his collection always at the forefront. The museum

Prehistoric Celtic Village at the Steinerbichl

specializes in presenting entire mineral societies

Experience anew a history stretching back for millen-

(paragenesis), together with brief descriptions of indi-

nia! During our tours, you will gain insights into the

vidual finds and photo documentation.

world of the Celts, their customs, rituals and mytholo-

Admission Prices:


Adults euro 2.50 / with GuestCard € 1.50


Museum Hours:

Adults € 4.00 /Children (ages 6-15) € 2.00

June to September, Mon-Fri from 1:00 – 5:00; Octo-


ber to May by appointment, Tel. (06565) 8372

Every Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. (please make ar-

Mineral Shop open year-round

rangements in advance)

Monday through Friday 10:00 – 12:00 and 1:00 – 6:00


Saturday from 10:00 – 12:00

Uttendorf Tourism, Tel. 06563/8279


Museum, Tel. (0)6565/8372 Wald/Königsleiten Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6565/82430

Info: Königsleiten Planetarium & Observatory

Werfenweng Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6466/4200

Königsleiten, with its observatory and, at an elevation

of 1600 metres, Europe’s highest planetarium, provides perfect conditions to enjoy those starry skies in


all their glory. Admission Prices:

St. Gilgen:

adults euro 8.00, youths (ages 14-21), students (up to

MIM – Museum of Ethnic Musical Instruments

age 25) euro 5.20, children (ages 6-14), school

Know what a “thumb piano”, a “nose flute” or a “pho-

classes and children’s groups euro 3.70, children

nofiddle” is? At the MIM, there’s lots to see, hear and

(under 6) free

even try for yourself. Take your family on a musical


trip around the world.

ca. 14.12.2009 – ca.- 20.04.2009 from SU-FR at 5:30

Admission Prices:

and 8:30 p.m.

adults euro 4.00, children euro 2.50

14.12. – 28.12.2009: Big astronomy and space flight



Info from the Wolfgangsee Tourist Office

TUE in January, February and March – presentation


in Dutch at 8:30 p.m.

MIM, Tel. (0)6227/8235, 8274 or 8457


Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

Observatory, Tel. (0)6564/20014

St. Aegydius Parish Church

Wald/Königsleiten Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6565/82430

Info: Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

Weisspriach Strobl: St. Rupert’s Church

St. Sigismund Cath. Parish Church

This small church is one of the oldest in the province

Admission Prices:

of Salzburg. Its major treasures include magnificent

free admission

Byzantine frescoes dating back to the 11th and 12th


centuries. Tours by appointment only, Tel.: +43

Open daily from 7:00 – 7:00

(0)6473 7073

Info: Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

Werfenweng Max Leonhard Studio – painter and sculpter Salzburg State Ski Museum in Werfenweng

Admission Prices:

Come to the mountains and visit one of the most

free admission

beautiful ski museums in all the world. Here, in the


mountain village of Werfenweng, the true story of ski

daily 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

sport, jumping and snowboarding is retold.

Info: Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

Admission Prices: adults euro 3.00, children euro 1.50

Ceramics Studio of Friederike & Leopold Immer-



Mon-Fri 9:00 – 12:00 and 2:00 – 5:00, Sat 2:00 – 5:00

Admission Prices:

and Sun 10:00 – 12:00 (guided tours possible any

free admission

time on request)


Mon-Fri 12:00 – 6:00 (please make advanced ar-

Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

rangements by calling Tel. 06137/5641) Info: Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

Tower Museum at the Parish Church Admission Prices:


Avail. on request

St.Wolfgang Parish Church


Pilgrimage church with the famous “Pacher Altar” and

Only by arrangement

the double altar by Schwanthaler


Admission Prices:

Tower Museum, Tel. (0)6138/2321

free admission

Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

Hours: Open daily from 8:00 – 4:00

Operating Schedule during Christmas and the


winter season for the Wolfgangsee Ferry Service

Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

and the Schafberg Railway Info:

Mount Calvary Church

Wolfgangsee Ferry Service, Tel. (0)6138/2232

Small church on the Kalvarienberg (“Mount Calvary”)

near St.Wolfgang; hiking path with views of the town and lake;


Admission Prices: free admission

Kodak History & Camera Museum


3rd floor of the village hall

Open daily



Year-round, every third Sunday, from 2:00 – 6:00 and

Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

by appointment Info: Zederhaus Tourist Office,,

Wallner Haus

Tel.+43 (0) 06478 801 or: +43 (0)650 5550903

Since the 15th century, the Wallner Family has been

Free admission!

involved in gingerbread- and candle-making, mead production and the hospitality industry.

Zell am See

Info: Wolfgangsee Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6138/8003

Heritage Museum in the 1,000-year-old Vogtturm Admission Prices:

Doll Museum

adults euro 2.20, children euro 1.10, family ticket euro

Antique dolls from around the world!


Admission Prices:


adults € 5.00 , children € 2.50

Mon-Fri 1:00 – 5:00 (groups by advanced arrange-



Only by arrangement



Museum, Tel. (0)664/4626253

Museum, Tel. (0)6138/2323

Zell am See Tourist Office, Tel. (0)6547/8080

Sights in Salzburg City Opening Times and Admission Prices 2009 Almkanal

Garden of medicinal herbs, Alpinum, high and

Brunnhausgasse/turn-off for the Hans-Sedlmayr-

flatland moors, dry grasslands, farmhouse gar-

Weg (Nonntal), A-5020 Salzburg

den, Rosarium.

Tel. 0043662 8046-6613, Fax 004362 8046-6699,

Hours in 2009: 22 April-30 September:

Probably the oldest system of underground galle-

Tuesday-Friday 10-6, Saturday 1-6, Sundays and

ries in Central Europe (1137-1143) between the


Brunnhausgasse and St. Peter’s. Open to the

July, August: also Tuesday 10-7:30.

public during annual maintenance work con-

Handicapped accessible incl. WC.

ducted in September.

Dogs not permitted.

Meets: Brunnhausgasse/ turn-off for the Hans-

Free admission. Garden Guidebook € 2.00

Sedlmayr-Weg (Nonntal) Clothing & Equipment: warm clothing, rainwear

Dates 2009:

(no umbrellas!), rubber boots, flashlights.

Guided tours of the Botanical Garden (groups by

Handicapped Access: Tour is difficult, only by


prior arrangement.

Meets: main entrance to the garden, 2:30, lasts about 1 hour.

2009 Tours: 5.-25.9.2009, advanced registration is required!

Tours of the apothecary and herb garden: 7 July - 1 September, every Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.

Admission Prices 2009:

Meets: main entrance to the garden.

Adults € 8.00 Children (ages 6-15), youths (ages 16-18),

Special tours of the orchid collection in 2009:

school classes (teaching staff are free),

Dates still to be announced.

students, apprentices und those performing national service € 5.00

Cathedral Excavation Museum

Handicapped and accompanying person, each €

Residenzplatz, 5020 Salzburg, Austria


Tel. 0043662 845295, Tel. 0043662 620808-131,

Family Pass per person € 5.00

Fax 0043662 620808-120 ,

Botanical Garden

Salzburg University, School of Natural Sciences, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Excavations of the medieval cathedral and re-

Tel. 0043662 8044-5500, -5506, -5531, -5532,

mains of Roman buildings.

Fax 0043662 8044-142 , www.uni-

Opening Times 2009:

July/August daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (latest admission 4:45 p.m.) Guided tours by prior arrangement

Handicapped (I.D. required) € 3.50, accompanyAdmission Prices 2009:

ing person free

Adults € 2.50

Free with the Salzburg Card (one time)!

Discounted (groups, seniors) € 2.00 Youths (ages 16-26) € 1.50

Festival Halls

Children (ages 6-15) € 1.00

Hofstallgasse 1

Families (2 adults and children) € 5.00

(porter’s entrance at the Festspielhaus or be-

School Children as a class (w/o guided tour) free

neath the awning at the entrance to the "Haus für

School Children as a class (with guided tour) €



A-5020 Salzburg

Tour Fee per person € 2.00

Tel. 0043662 849097

Group Tours (max. 25 people) € 45.00

Fax 0043662 847835

Free with the Salzburg Card (one visit)! ,

Salzburg Cathedral Museum Domplatz 1a, Cathedral Vestibule

Open to the public only within the framework of a

5010 Salzburg, Austria

guided tour: festival houses, Felsenreitschule,

Tel. 0043662 8047-1870

the newly constructed Haus für Mozart, stages,

Tel. 0043662 8047-1860 (office)

auditoriums and foyers.

Fax 0043662 8047-1809

Guided Tours 2009:

January - May, October – December 20: 2:00 p.m.

The cathedral treasure collection, art from the

June/September: 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

Salzburg archdiocese from the Middle Ages to

July/August: 9:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

the 19th century, the “Art & Rarities Chamber” of

May be subject to change during special events,

the prince archbishops.

as well as in summer and during rehearsal times. Please consult postings!

Opening Times 2009: May 15 – October 26, November 28, 2009 –

We strongly recommend calling for information

January 6, 2010

before coming.

Mo-Sa 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sundays and public

Length of Tour: about 1 hour: Advanced Notice:

holidays 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

required for groups of 10 people or more

Tours: Sa 10:30 a.m. and by appointment. Audio

Handicapped Access: no handicapped-

Guides are available.

accessible amenities Admission Prices 2009:

Admission Prices 2009:

adults, students, seniors, apprentices, those

Adults € 5.00

performing national service, handicapped: € 5.00

Groups of 15 or more (tour guides free) and

groups of 10 or more people: € 3.70

seniors € 3.50

children up to age 12: € 2.90

Children 6-15, youths 16-18, students € 1.50

children in groups, up to age 12: € 2.20

school classes (teaching staff are free) € 1.00

school classes, per class (teaching staff are

Family Ticket (2 adults and children up to age

free): € 29.00

15) € 9.00

Free with the Salzburg Card (one time)!

Hohensalzburg Fortress

Ticket WITHOUT funicular, available only at the

Mönchsberg 34, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

entrance to the fortress grounds:

Tel. 0043662 842430-11,

Adults € 7.40

Fax 0043662 842430-20

Children (ages 6-14) € 4.20

Groups (of 10 or more adults) € 6.60

Groups (of 10 or more children / youths ages 619) € 3.90

The biggest fully preserved castle in Central

Families € 16.90

Europe, dates from the 11th century.

Free one-time admission with your Salzburg

"Salzburger Stier": one of the last few remaining


late-Gothic organs in the world. Fortress Funicular 2009 Hours:

Festungsgasse 4, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

January-April and October-December: 9:30-5

Tel. 0043662 4480-9750

May-September: 9 a.m.-7 p.m.

Fax 0043662 4480-9755

Advent Weekends and Easter: 9:30-6

Doors close to the interior areas 30 minutes

beforehand. 24.12.: 9.30-2

Oldest funicular in Austria (1892). Base Station: elev. 437 m; Summit Station: 536m; Length of

Tours: Groups of 15 or more should make an

Track: 200m.

appointment 2-3 weeks in advance! Handicapped: tours are difficult, no handicapped-

Schedule 2009:

accessible amenities, please make arrange-

January-April: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

ments in advance.

May-August: 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. September: 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.

Prices for the FestungsCard 2009:

October-December: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Combo ticket for

Closed for Maintenance: 19.1.-6.2.2009

Roundtrip ride on the funicular, admission to the

Longer hours of operation during special events!

castle courtyards, tower fortifications, princes’

Handicapped Access: the funicular is handi-

chambers, museum of the house regiment, ma-


rionette museum, multi-vision show, Almpassage, Audio Guide walking tour in 8 languages

2009 Funicular Prices:

through the interior rooms (gallery, torture cham-


ber, look-out tower, “Salzburger Stier” organ).

- adults € 3.40

Adults € 10.50

- children (ages 6-15) € 1.80

Children (ages 6-14) € 6.00


Groups (10 or more adults) € 9.60

- adults € 2.10

Groups (10 or more children / youths ages 6-19)

- children (ages 6-15) € 1.10

€ 5.50 Families € 24.30 Free one-time admission with your Salzburg Card!

Fortress Museum Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mönchsberg 34, 5020


Salzburg, Austria

Residenzplatz, 5010 Salzburg, Austria

Tel. 0043662 620808-400

Tel. 0043662 620808-722

Fax 0043662 620808-420 , , The crowning element of the Neue Residenz is Castle history, weaponry, daily castle life, justice

definitely its famous glockenspiel. The 35 bells


were cast in Antwerp between 1688 and 1689 and brought to Salzburg under Archbishop Jo-

Opening Times 2009:

hann Ernst Graf Thun in 1702.

January-April: 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.* Easter and Advent weekends: 9:00 a.m.-6:00

CLOSED: The glockenspiel is closed until mid


2010 for restoration.

May-September: 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.*

Times: The bells will not play while restoration

October-December: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.*

work continues.

24.12.: latest admission 2:00 p.m.

Guided Tours 2009: No tours until mid 2010

* latest admission 30 min. beforehand Tours: 2-3 weeks advanced notice for groups of

Haus der Natur

15 or more people !

Museumsplatz 5, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Handicapped Access: difficult to visit, no handi-

Tel. 0043662 842653-0

capped-accessible amenities, advanced notice

Fax 0043662 842653-99


Georg Trakl Research & Memorial Site Waagplatz 1a, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Natural history museum with an aquarium, reptile

Tel. 0043662 845346

zoo, dinosaurs, outer space, crystals, journey

Fax 0043662 842665

through the human body incl. sexuality and re-

production, “The Salzach – a Lifeline”, World of

the Ocean and much more.

Letters and documents from the poet’s life (18871914).

July 2009: Opening of the first Austrian “Science.Experimentarium” in a new wing!

Opening Times 2009: Mo - Fr (weekdays) 11 a.m., 2:00 p.m., only by

Special Exhibitions 2009:

guided tour.

As of mid November: "The Neanderthals in Eu-

Advanced notice required for tour groups.

rope. And how we became humans."

Admission Prices 2009: adults € 3.00

Opening Times 2009:

youths ages 15-18, school classes, students,

daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

groups of 10 or more people € 2.00

Guided tours by prior arrangement (at least 2

children up to age 14 free

weeks notice required!)

Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

Admission Prices 2009:

groups of 20 or more € 6.50

adults € 6.00

Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) € 21.50

Seniors 60 and older, with I.D. € 5.50

One-time free admission with your Salzburg

Handicapped € 5.00


Groups of 10 or more, per person € 5.50 Children ages 4-14 € 4.00

Evening Tours: Fountains:

School children, apprentices, students up to age

adults € 8.00

27, with I.D. € 4.00

children, school children ages 4-18 € 3.80

School classes, per child € 3.50

One-time free admission with your Salzburg

Free one-time admission with your Salzburg


Card! Free admission to the park grounds. Observatory: Voggenberg 18, 5101 Bergheim,

“Wonder Garden of the Senses” – experience

Austria (close to Landgasthof Windinggut)

water with all your senses. Attractive place of natural power at the foot of

Hellbrunn – Palace & Fountains

Hellbrunn’s mountain.

Fürstenweg 37, 5020 Salzburg, Austria Tel. 0043662 820372-0

Combo Ticket:

Fax 0043662 820372-4931

Salzburg Zoo, fountains, palace and museum of

folk culture.

Adults € 16.00 Children (ages 4-14) € 7.20

Pleasure palace from the Late Renaissance,

Groups (adults) € 13.00

featuring world-famous trick fountains.

Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

Opening Times 2009:


Fountains, palace, museum of folk culture

St.-Peter-Bezirk, 5010 Salzburg, Austria

April, October, 1. November: 9:00 a.m.-4:30

Tel. 0043676 7847435


Tel. 0043662 844576-0

May, June, September: 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.*

Fax 0043662 844576-80

July, August: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.* ,

July/August: evening tours: 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 p.m.

The catacombs carved into the Mönchsberg are

* Start of the last tour

early Christian in origin. They lie hidden in the

Tours commence every half-hour, length of tour:

wall of the Mönchsberg. The entrance may be

fountains 30-40 min., palace about 20 min.

found in the cemetery.

Admission Prices 2009:

Opening Times 2009:

Fountains with guided tour, palace with Audio

May-September: Tue-Su 10:30-5:00 p.m.

Guide, museum of folk culture.

October-April: We+Th 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. and

adults € 8.50

Fr-Su 10:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

children and school children ages 4-18, physi-

May be subject to change, please consult the

cally disabled (100%) € 3.80


students € 6.00

Closed: 3 weeks in November.

Groups (10 or more children / youths ages 6-19) € 5.50

Admission Prices 2009:

Families € 24.30

adults € 1.00

Free one-time admission with your Salzburg

children ages 6-15, youths ages 16-18, school


classes, students, groups of 10 or more and seniors € 0.60

Ticket WITHOUT funicular, available only at the

One-time free admission with the Salzburg Card!

entrance to the fortress grounds: Adults € 7.40

Marionette Museum

Children (ages 6-14) € 4.20

Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mönchsberg 34, 5020

Groups (of 10 or more adults) € 6.60

Salzburg, Austria

Groups (of 10 or more children / youths ages 6-

Tel. 0043662 849555, Fax 0043662 849555

19) € 3.90 ,

Families € 16.90 Free one-time admission with your Salzburg

Marionette museum, exhibits from the collection


of the Salzburg Marionettentheater and a variety of countries.

Michael Haydn Museum St. Peter-Hof, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Hours 2009:

Tel. 0043662 844576-19

January-April: 9:30-5*

Fax 0043662 844576-19

Easter, Advent weekends: 9:30-6* , www.5-uhr-

May-September: 9-7*

October-December: 9:30-5* *doors close 30 minutes beforehand

The life and works of Michael Haydn (1737–

24.12.: doors close at 2 p.m.

1806), “Michael Haydn and his world”.

Guided tours: groups of 15 or more should register 2-3 weeks in advance!

Opening Times 2009:

Handicapped: difficult, no handicapped-

Mai-June, 25 September-26 October: Thursday-

accessible amenities, please notify us in ad-

Tuesday, 2-5.


1 July -24 September: Thursday-Tuesday 12:305 and after the concert.

Prices for the FestungsCard 2009:

Guided tours available on request.

Combo ticket for Roundtrip ride on the funicular, admission to the

Admission Prices 2009:

castle courtyards, tower fortifications, princes’

per person € 2.00

chambers, museum of the house regiment, ma-

discounted € 1.00

rionette museum, multi-vision show, Almpas-

Salzburg Card and for concert attendees: free

sage, Audio Guide walking tour in 8 languages


through the interior rooms (gallery, torture chamber, look-out tower, “Salzburger Stier” organ). Adults € 10.50 Children (ages 6-14) € 6.00 Groups (10 or more adults) € 9.60

“5 o’clock concerts in the centre of Salzburg”

groups of 10 or more, students and seniors €

1.7.-24.9. Th-Tue 5:00 – 5:45 p.m.,


adults € 15.00, with the Salzburg Card € 12.00

youths and school classes ages 15-18 € 4.50

discounted € 12.00, with the Salzburg Card €

children and school classes ages 6-14 € 3.50


Family Ticket (2 adults and children up to age 18) € 25.50

Mozart’s Birthplace

handicapped (I.D. required) and accompanying

Getreidegasse 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

person (handicapped) € 8.00 each

Tel. 0043662 844313

Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

Fax 0043662 840693 ,

Mozart Residence

Makartplatz 8, 5020 Salzburg, Austria Tel. 0043662 874227, Fax 0043662 872924

It was in this house that Wolfgang Amadeus ,

Mozart was born on Jan.27, 1756.

Apartments of the Mozart Family with documents and pictures, as well as some of Mozart’s own

Former apartments of the Mozart Family. It was

instruments (childhood violin, concert violin,

here that W.A. Mozart lived from 1773-1780.

viola, replica of the hammer clavier, clavichord).

Exhibits documenting the life of the Mozart Fami-

A typical middle-class home in the Salzburg of

ly and the history of the house itself.

Mozart’s time (containing furniture and other period objects).

Opening Times 2009: daily 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Opening Times 2009:

July/August: daily 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.*

daily 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

*doors close 30 minutes beforehand

July/August: daily 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.

During “Mozart Week”, occasionally closed for

(doors close 30 minutes beforehand)


Guided tours by prior arrangement

Guided tours by prior arrangement. Audio Guide available.

Admission Prices 2009: adults € 7.00

Admission Prices 2009:

groups of 10 or more, students and seniors €

adults € 7.00


groups of 10 or more, students and seniors €

youths and school classes ages 15-18 € 3.00


children and school classes ages 6-14 € 2.50

youths and school classes ages 15-18 € 3.00

Family Ticket (2 adults and children up to age

children and school classes ages 6-14 € 2.50

18) € 16.50

Family Ticket (2 adults and children up to age

handicapped (I.D. required), accompanying per-

18) € 16.50

son (handicapped) € 5.50 each

handicapped (I.D. required), accompanying per-

Free with the Salzburg Card!

son (handicapped) € 5.50 each Free with the Salzburg Card!

Combo ticket for Mozart’s Residence and Birthplace: adults € 12.00

Combo ticket for Mozart’s Residence and

Timetable 2009:


October-April: Thursday-Tuesday 8:30-7:00,

adults € 12.00

Wednesday 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m..

groups of 10 or more, students and seniors €

May-September: Thursday-Tuesday 8-7,


Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m..

youths and school classes ages 15-18 € 4.50

July, August: daily 8-1.

children and school classes ages 6-14 € 3.50 Family Ticket (2 adults and children up to age

Fares 2009:

18) € 25.50


handicapped (I.D. required) and accompanying

adults € 2.90

person (handicapped) € 8.00 each

children ages 6-15, seniors € 1.40

Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

families € 5.80 groups of 10 or more - adults € 2.60

Mozart Sound & Film Collection

groups of 10 or more - youths ages 6-19 € 1.30

Mozart Residence, Makartplatz 8, 5020 Salzburg,

Free one-time ride with the Salzburg Card!

Austria Tel. 0043662 883454-81, Fax 0043662 874227-



adults € 1.80 ,

children ages 6-15, seniors € 0.90 families € 3.60

Audio-visual collection documenting W.A. Mozart

groups of 10 or more - adults € 1.60

and contemporary Salzburg composers.

groups of 10 or more - youths ages 6-19 € 0.80 Free one-time ride with the Salzburg Card!

Opening Times 2009: Mo, Tue, Fr 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Wed, Th 1:00-

Museum der Moderne Salzburg Mönchsberg

5:00 p.m., closed on public holidays.

Mönchsberg 32, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Presentations to groups by appointment.

Tel. 0043662 842220-403

Free admission

Fax 0043662 842220-700

Mönchsberg Lift

Gstättengasse 13, 5020 Salzburg, Austria Tel. 0043662 4480-9772

Opening Times 2009:

Fax 0043662 4480-9775

Tue-Su 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Wed 10:00 a.m.-

8:00 p.m..

Open daily: during Easter Festival, Salzburg Festival.

Three quick lifts carry passengers up to the most

Tours: Su 3:00 p.m. € 2.00/person, Wed 6:30

beautiful scenic terrace in all of Salzburg, as well

p.m. free.

as to the Salzburg Museum der Moderne

Group tours for up to 30 people: please make


reservations in advance € 60.00/group.

Base Station: 425 m; Summit Station: 485 m; Distance: 60 m.

Admission Prices 2009:

Free one –time admission with the Salzburg

adults € 8.00


groups of 10 people € 7.00 children ages 6 and older, school children, ap-

Combo ticket for the Museum der Moderne

prentices, students, seniors € 6.00

Mönchsberg + Museum der Moderne Ruperti-

Family Ticket: € 12.00


Free one –time admission with the Salzburg

adults € 12.00


groups of 10 or more € 9.00 children ages 6 and older, school children, ap-

For museum visitors the Mönchsberg Lift costs €

prentices, students, seniors € 8.00

1.70 (regularly € 2.90)

Family Ticket € 16.00 Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

Special "Art Package" year-round, all-day for € 12.50

Panorama Museum

artbreakfast at the m32: Tue-Su

Residenzplatz 9 / post-office entrance

free lift ride + museum admission + museum

5010 Salzburg, Austria


Tel. 0043662 620808-730

artsnack: Tue-Su

Fax 0043662 620808-720

free lift ride + museum admission + steak sand- ,

wich mönchsberg 32 + alcohol-free drink.

Museum der Moderne Salzburg Rupertinum

Salzburg City in 1829, a fascinating panoramic

Wiener-Philharmoniker-Gasse 9, 5020 Salzburg,

painting by J.M. Sattler, cityscapes of the world’s


greatest metropolises in the 19th century.

Tel. 0043662 842220-451 Fax 0043662 842220-700

Opening Times 2009: ,

daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.*, Th 9:00 a.m.-8:00

p.m.* *doors close 15 minutes beforehand

Opening Times 2009:

Closed: 1.11. and 25.12.

Tue-Su 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Wed 10:00 a.m.-

24.12.: 9-2, 31.12.: 9-2, 1.1.: 1-5.

8:00 p.m..

Guided tours on request.

Open daily: during Easter Festival, Salzburg Festival.

Admission Prices 2009:

Tours: Wed 6:30 p.m. free.

adults € 2.00

Group tours for up to 30 people: please make

discounted (groups, seniors) € 1.70

reservations in advance € 60.00/group.

youths (ages 15-26) € 1.50 children (ages 6-15) € 1.00

Admission Prices 2009:

families (2 adults and children) € 4.00

adults € 6.00

school children as a class (w/o guided tour) free

groups of 10 people € 5.00

school children as a class (with guided tour) €

children ages 6 and older, school children, ap-


prentices, students, seniors € 4.00

tour fee per person € 2.00

Family Ticket: € 8.00

group tours (max. 25 people) € 45.00

groups of 10 people, seniors, students € 1.50

Opening Times 2009:

children € 1.00

daily 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (latest admission 30

Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

min. earlier) closed: 12.3.- 19.4. May be subject to change.

Combo ticket for the Salzburg Museum and

Tour with Audio Guide.

Panorama Museum (valid Monday-Saturday):

Not open for tours during special events! Guided

adults € 8.00 (Sunday € 6.00)

tours by prior arrangement.

children (ages 6-15) € 3.30 (Sunday € 1.50)

Handicapped-accessible facilities.

youths (ages 16-26) € 4.40 (Sunday € 2.50) groups (adults), seniors € 6.60 (Sunday € 5.00)

Admission Prices 2009:

families (2 adults and children) € 16.00 (Sunday

Combo ticket for the state rooms and gallery:

€ 12.00)

adults € 8.50

school classes (unguided) free

groups of 15 or more € 6.50

Free with the Salzburg Card!

children ages 6-14 € 2.70 Family Ticket € 19.00

Red Bull Hangar 7 – Historic Airplane Collec-

One-time free admission with the Salzburg Card!

tion of the Flying Bulls Wilhelm-Spazier-Straße 7A, 5020 Salzburg,

Residenz Gallery, Salzburg


Residenzplatz 1, 5010 Salzburg, Austria

Tel. 0043662 2197-0, Fax 0043662 2197-3786

Tel. 0043662 840451-0 ,

Fax 0043662 840451-16

Truly unique piece of architecture, home of the , Flying Bulls, meeting point for art lovers and gourmets.

Province of Salzburg collections. European painting from the 16th to 19th centuries, special

Opening Times:


daily 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Guided tours and visits for groups are not possi-

Opening Times 2009:


Tue-Su 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Closed: 23.12.2008- incl. 2.1.2009

Also open Mondays: 6.4., 13.4., 1.6., 13.7.-31.8.,

Free admission

16.11.2009 – 4.1.2010 Closed: 9.2.-12.3., 2.-13.11.2009, 24.12.2009

Residenz State Rooms

Guided tours by prior arrangement. Sign-

Residenzplatz 1, 5010 Salzburg, Austria

language tours also available at any time, please

Tel. 0043662 8042-2690

notify us in advance.

Fax 0043662 8042-2978

Admission Prices 2009:

adults € 6.00 groups of 15 or more, youths (under age 18),

Former official seat of Salzburg’s prince archbi-

students, seniors, those performing national


service € 5.00 children ages 6-16 € 2.00 children up to age 6 and school classes free

Handicapped, accompanying persons free

denz, has presented fascinating insights into

Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

history, art and culture. The permanent exhibitions "Salzburg in person"

Combo ticket for the state rooms and gallery:

(1st floor) and "Mythos Salzburg" (2nd floor)

adults € 8.50

present Salzburg personalities of the past and

groups of 15 or more € 6.50

present, along with evidence of the stamp left on

children ages 6-14 € 2.70

Salzburg by its prince archbishops. Special exhi-

Family Ticket € 19.00

bitions in the Art Hall, highlights from the arc-

One-time free admission with the Salzburg Card!

haeology and medieval collections exhibited in the Panorama Passage.

Red Cross Museum Salzburg Austrian Red Cross, Salzburg Provincial Chapter

Opening Times 2009:

Dr.-Karl-Renner-Straße 7, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Tue-Su 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.*, Th 9:00 a.m.-8:00

Tel. 0043662 8144494, Fax 0043662 8144211

p.m.* ,

July, August, December: also Mondays 9:00

a.m.-5:00 p.m. 24.12.: 9-2*, 31.12.: 9-2*, 1.1.: 1-5*

Equipment and documentation from the organi-

Doors close 30 minutes beforehand.

zation’s beginnings to the present day.

Closed: 1.11. and 25.12.

One rarity is a wheeled stretcher as used around

Free tours: every Thursday at 6:30 p.m..

the turn of the 20th century. New: vintage Land

Tours for the blind and visually impaired, as well

Rover (1962). A variety of videos provide insights

as in sign language, are offered at any time by

into the life of the Red Cross.

prior arrangement.

Opening Times 2009:

Admission Prices 2009, incl. Audio Guide (valid

Every Friday 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. and by appoint-



adults € 7.00 (Su: € 5.50)

Tours: by appointment

groups, seniors € 6.00 (Su: € 4.50)

Handicapped: handicapped accessible facilities.

youths (ages 16-26) € 4.00 (Su: € 2.00) children (ages 6-15) € 3.00 (Su: € 1.00)

Free admission, voluntary donations are wel-

families (2 adults and children) € 14.00 (Su: €


11.00) school children as a class (w/o guided tour) - free

Salzburg Museum

school children as a class (with guided tour) €

Neue Residenz, Mozartplatz 1


5010 Salzburg, Austria

tour fee per person € 2.50

Tel. 0043662 620808-700

group tours 1 hour (max. 25 people, German) €

Fax 0043662 620808-720

45.00 ,

group tours 1.5 hours (max. 25 people, German)

€ 66.00 Free one-time admission with the Salzburg Card!

Since June 1, 2007, the Salzburg Museum, housed in the wonderfully restored Neue Resi-

Combo ticket for the Salzburg Museum and

Adults € 13.00 (Cat.II – inside)

Panorama Museum (valid Monday-Saturday):

Children (ages 4-15) € 7.00 (Cat.II – inside)

adults € 8.00 (Sunday € 6.00)

Upgrade Cat.I (outside deck area/limited capaci-

children (ages 6-15) € 3.30 (Sunday € 1.50)

ty) € 3.00 per person.

youths (ages 16-26) € 4.40 (Sunday € 2.50)

Cat.I only bookable at the cruise station on the

groups (adults), seniors € 6.60 (Sunday € 5.00)

day of the cruise.

families (2 adults and children) € 16.00 (Sunday

One-time free ride (Cat.II) with your Salzburg

€ 12.00)


school classes (unguided) free Free with the Salzburg Card!

River Cruise and Hellbrunn Palace - Tour II April: 2:00 p.m.

Salzburg City River Cruises

May, June, September: 1:00 p.m.

Hanuschplatz, Makartplatz crosswalk

July, August: 11 a.m., 1:00 p.m.

A-5020 Salzburg

October: 2:00 p.m.

Tel. 0043662 825769-12, Fax 0043662 825859 ,

2009 Prices: ,

Adults € 16.00 (Cat.II – inside)

Children (ages 4-15) € 10.00 (Cat.II – inside) Upgrade Cat.I (outside deck area/limited capaci-

Amadeus Salzburg – panoramic speed boat, 75

ty) € 3.00 per person

seats, transforming into a restaurant ship with

Cat.I only bookable at the cruise station on the

table seating for 42.

day of the cruise. One-time free ride (Cat.II) with your Salzburg

2009 Timetable:


April 4 – October 26 In the event of stormy weather, flooding or low Tour I (about 40 min.)

water, either no service or a restricted schedule –

April: 1:00 p.m. (Sa + Su only), 2:00 p.m., 3:00

advanced reservations are recommended.

p.m., 4:00 p.m.

Please present your Salzburg Card before the

May, June: 11:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m.,

start of the cruise – you will need to obtain a

2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00

regular ticket!

p.m.* (*June only) July, August: 11:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m.,

Salzburg Baroque Museum

2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00

Mirabellplatz 3 (the Orangerie of Mirabell Gar-

p.m., 7:00 p.m.

dens), 5020 Salzburg, Austria

September: 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.,

Tel. 0043662 877432

3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m.

Fax 0043662 877432-17

October: 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

2009 Prices: adults € 12.00

Draft artwork by European artists of the 17th and

children ages 4-15 € 7.00

18th centuries

Free with the Salzburg Card!

Opening Times 2009:

School Children, Students € 4.00, with the Salz-

Wednesday-Sunday, holidays 10-5

burg Card € 2.00

Easter, Whitsun, July, August, Christmas: Tues-

School Classes € 2.00

day-Sunday, holidays 10-5

Family Ticket € 17.00

Tours: Sa 2:00 p.m. and by prior arrangement

Guide Fee for up to 30 people € 35.00

Audio-Video Show: 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., as

Guide Fee for School Classes, € 1.70 per child

well as by appointment Handicapped Access: only the ground floor is

Salzburg Museum of Military History

possible, no handicapped-accessible facilities.

Kommandogebäude Riedenburg Moosstrasse 1-3, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Admission Prices 2009:

Tel. 0043050201 8044-123

adults € 4.50,

groups of 10 or more, students, seniors € 3.70 Family Ticket € 9.00

2009 Hours:

Tour Fee € 1.20

Wednesday 10-12 and 1-3.

children ages 6-14, school classes free

Guided tours by phone appointment.

school classes with museum guide € 2.20

Free admission!

handicapped and accompanying person free Free with the Salzburg Card!

Schloss Mirabell and Mirabell Gardens Mirabellplatz 4, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg Open-Air Museum

Tel. 0043662 8072-0, Fax 0043662 8072-2085

Hasenweg, 5084 Grossgmain, Austria,

Tel. 0043662 850011, Fax 0043662 850011-9 ,

This palace was built by Archbishop Wolf Die-

trich von Raitenau in 1606 for his beloved Salome Alt. Today it houses the offices of Salz-

70 original farm, artisan and commercial build-

burg’s mayor and the city administration, which

ings from 6 centuries.

means that tours are not possible. The baroque marble staircase, designed by

2009 Opening Times:

Georg Raphael Donner, is particularly interesting

28 March-1 November: Tuesday-Sunday 9-6*

– Angel Staircase: daily ca. 8-6.

July, August: daily 9-6* *gates close 1 hour beforehand

Marble Hall: former banquet hall of the Prince Archbishop, in which Leopold Mozart and his

26.12.2008-6.1.2009: 10-4*

children, Wolfgang and Nannerl all performed,

(buildings are closed, sleigh rides, discounted

regarded today as one of the world’s most beau-


tiful wedding chapels. Tours: Monday, Wednesday,Thursday: ca. 8-4, Tuesday, Friday: 1-4,

Guided tours by appointment. Special projects

tours not possible during special events. Free

and tours for school classes, group specials.


Admission Prices 2009:

Mirabell Gardens: daily from about 6 a.m. until

Adults € 8.50, with the Salzburg Card € 7.00


Groups of 20 or more, Seniors € 7.00

Hedgerow Theatre: one of the oldest such thea-

Stefan Zweig Centre Salzburg

tres north of the Alps, closed during the winter

Mönchsberg 2 / Edmundsburg, 5020 Salzburg,


Austria Tel. 0043662 8044-7641

Orangerie: open year-round, daily from 9-4, free , www.stefan-


Toy Museum and Historical Musical Instru-

Year-round: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,


Friday: 2-4 p.m.

Bürgerspitalgasse 2, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Guided tours by appointment.

Tel. 0043662 620808-300 Fax 0043662 620808-320

Free admission (until further notice).,

Stiegl Brauwelt Bräuhausstrasse 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Austria’s biggest collection dedicated to the his-

Tel. 0043662 8387-1492

tory of European toys – from Teddy bears to

Fax 0043662 8387-1444

model trains, as well as beautiful historical in-

struments from four centuries.

Opening Times 2009:

Fascinating brewery, beer exhibition, Stiegl Mu-

Tuesday-Sunday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

seum, video show, brew shop, beer tastings in

July, August, December daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

the Braustube.

1.1.: 1-5 p.m., 24.12.: 9 a.m.-2 p.m., 31.12.: 9 a.m.-2 p.m..

2009 Hours:

Closed: 1.11., 25.12.

daily 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.*

Guided tours by prior arrangement

July, August: daily from 10.00 a.m.- 7.00 p.m.*

Handicapped Access: tours are possible, handi-

* doors close 1 hour beforehand

capped-accessible lift, ramp

Closed: 1.1., 10.-25.1., will also be closed on other days yet to be determined (poss.

2009 Prices:


adults € 3.00

Guided tours for groups of 15 or more, only by

groups, seniors € 2.50


youths (ages 15 - 26) € 2.00 children (ages 6-15) € 1.00


families (2 adults and children) € 6.00

BRAUSTUBE (Restaurant)

school children as a class (w/o guided tour) -

Mo-Sa 11 – 2 and 6 - midnight


Sunday 11 - 2, closed in the evening

school children as a class (with guided tour) €

BRAUSCHALANDER (with self-service buffet)


Daily from 10:00 a.m. until midnight

tour fee per person € 2.00 group tours (max. 25 people) € 45.00 One-time admission free with the Salzburg Card!

Admission Prices 2009:

Closed for maintenance: 30.3.-3.4.2009, 2.11-

adults € 9.00*


students, handicapped, seniors, groups of 15 or more € 8.30*

Prices 2009:

children ages 6-16 and school classes € 4.00* (incl. 1 beer tasting, alcohol-free drink for the


children, one pretzel and a gift)

adults € 19.00

One-time admission free with your Salzburg

groups of 15 people € 17.00


children ages 6-14 (only for the 1st child, all other children are free) € 9.50

Technology Museum

students € 13.00

Minnesheimstrasse 8/I, 5023 Salzburg-Gnigl,

dogs (muzzle required) € 5.50


One-time free ride with the Salzburg Card!

Tel. 0043662 876641, Fax 0043662 876641 MOUNTAIN ONLY - SUMMER 2009 Hours:

adults € 11.50

Visits and tours by phone appointment.

groups of 15 people € 10.50

Free admission – voluntary donations are wel-

students € 9.00


children ages 6-14 € 7.00

Private museum. Exhibition of fascinating pieces

dogs (muzzle required) € 3.00

from Austria/Europe, once the world’s leading

One-time free ride with the Salzburg Card!

nations in this field. Motto: To Honor Our Ancestors / To Teach our Youth.

MOUNTAIN ONLY - WINTER adults € 9.50

Untersberg Lift

groups of 15 people (tour guides free) € 9.00

Dr. Ödlweg 2, 5083 Gartenau-St. Leonhard,

students € 8.00


children ages 6-14 € 5.50

Tel. 00436246 72477, Fax 00436246 72477-75,

dogs (muzzle required) € 3.00

One-time free ride with the Salzburg Card! VALLEY ONLY Cable lift up to the Untersberg (elev. 1853 m)

adults € 10.00 groups of 15 people € 9.50

Timetable 2009

students € 7.00

at the top and bottom of every hour,

children ages 6-14 € 5.50

in between as needed.

dogs (muzzle required) € 3.00

January, February: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Free with the Salzburg Card!

1-29 March, after 4 April, May, June: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Base Station: elev. 456 m; Summit Station: 1776

July-September: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

m; Elevation Difference: 1320 m

1 October -1 November: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

2 cabins, each for up to 50 people; the ride takes

5 December 2009-Februar 2010: 9:00 a.m. –

about 10 minutes.

4:00 p.m.

Magnificent panoramic views, summit restaurant, sun loungers available for rent, 8.5 km ski run.

In winter, buses run as needed between the

Water Museum

bottom of the ski hill in Fürstenbrunn and the lift

Oskar-Kokoschka-Weg, Mönchsberg, 5020

base station.

Salzburg, Austria

Monday-midday Saturday every 30 minutes,

Tel. 0043662 451515-3203, Tel. 0043676

weekends at the top of every hour.

86871728, Fax 0043662 451515-3205

Handicapped: difficult to use, but possible. Steps , www.salzburg-

in the areas next to the base and summit sta- ,

tions. Outside of the summit station, moving in a wheelchair is impossible. High-alpine terrain. No

The museum is located on the Mönchsberg -

handicapped-accessible amenities.

Oskar-Kokoschka-Weg – at the entrance to the reservoir, across from an information board

Museum of Folk Culture

about native bird life and close to the Rich-

"Monatsschlössl" Hellbrunn, 5020 Salzburg,



The Water Museum is a part of the Mönchsberg

Tel. 0043662 620808-500

reservoir system; with a water storage capacity of

Fax 0043662 8072-4921

25,000 m³, the reservoir is an important source of ,

water for Salzburg City. The history of water

supply is documented through numerous interesting exhibits. Visitors can take a journey

Folk art, traditions, popular piety.

through this fascinating world.

Opening Times 2009:

2009 Hours:

April-October daily 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Every first Saturday in the month, between 12

Tours: by arrangement

noon and 4:00 p.m. Group tours for groups of 5 or more, please

2009 Prices:

make an appointment by phone.

adults € 2.50

Visits to the Mönchsberg reservoir are followed

discounted (groups, seniors) € 2.00

by a guided tour of the museum.

youths (ages 15-26) € 1.50

Lasts ca. 1-1 1/2 hrs., bring a jacket or sweater –

children (ages 6-15) € 1.00

temperatures only reach about 10 degrees Cel-

families (2 adults and children) € 5.00


school children as a class (w/o guided tour) free

Video Films: can be shown if there is interest.

school children as a class (with guided tour) €

Handicapped: difficult, possible in a small group


(max. 3 handicapped visitors, each with an ac-

tour fee per person € 2.00

companying person).

group tours (max. 5 people) € 45.00

Free admission – voluntary donations are wel-

One-time free admission with the Salzburg Card!


Combo Ticket: Salzburg Zoo, fountains, palace and museum of folk culture. Adults € 16/00 Children (ages 4-14) € 7.20 Groups (adults) € 13.00

Salzburg Zoo

Combo Ticket:

Nature & Species Preservation Center

Salzburg Zoo, fountains, palace and museum of

Anifer Landesstrasse 1, 5081 Anif, Austria

folk culture.

Tel. 0043662 820176-0

adults € 14.50

Fax 0043662 820176-6

Adults € 16.00,

Children (ages 4-14) € 7.20

Groups (adults) € 13.00

More than 800 animals (140 species) live in 14

General information - Horse-Drawn Cabs

hectares of spacious, very natural open enclo-

Cab Stands at the Residenzplatz

sures. Special attractions: free-flying griffon vultures, white rhinos and poison-arrow frogs. In

2009 Prices: per carriage (4 people):

the shortest of time, zoo visitors get to expe-

All fares are from the Residenzplatz, for rides

rience the fauna of Eurasia, Africa and South

that are not reserved. Larger groups and ad-


vanced reservations are possible on request.

Opening Times 2009:

about 20-25 minutes

1 January-29 March: 9-4*

about 50 minutes € 72.00

€ 36.00

30 March-30 June: 9-5* Night Zoo: in August, every Friday and Saturday

Route: 20-25 Minutes:

until 11:00 p.m. (latest admission at the main

Residenzplatz - Kapitelplatz - Domplatz -

ticket office at 9:30 p.m.).

Festspielhaus – Herbert-von-Karajan-Platz -

1 July-31 August: 9-6.30*

Münzgasse - Griesgasse - AVA-Haus - Franz-

1 September-26 October: 9-5*

Josef-Kai – Mönchsberg lift – Horse Pond – festi-

27 October-31 December: 9-4*

val halls - Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse - Alter Markt -

*visitors must exit the zoo no later than one hour


after the ticket office closes. Route: 50 minutes: Admission Prices 2009:

Outing to Schloss Freisaal - Hellbrunner Allee

adults € 9.00

and back (excl. tour of the Old City).

children (ages 4-14) € 4.00 students (up to age 27), apprentices, the handi-

Franz Winter Jr. Horse-Drawn Cab Company,

capped, seniors (ages 60 and up, Monday-

Chairman of the Salzburg Cab Drivers‘ Asso-

Friday), school children (15 and older) – with I.D.


€ 7.00

Kugelhofstraße 20/2, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

groups of 15 or more adults € 7.00

Tel.+Fax 0043662 435894 , Tel. 0043664

groups of 15 or more children (ages 4-14) € 3.50


school classes (ages 15 and up) € 6.00 , www.fiaker-

families (2 adults, 1 child) € 19.50

One-time free admission with your Salzburg Card!

Juza Cab Company

With the Salzburg Card, you receive a 20% dis-

Schöpfgasse 6, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

count on the midday tour.

Tel. 0043662 640553, Fax 0043662 640555 , www.fiakerei-juza-

Tours for Groups

in German: Walk through the Old City, 2-2.5 hours, max. 40

Ernst Schmeisser Cab Company

people € 126.00

Glockmühlstraße 6, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Special tours, about 3 hours, max. 30 people €

Tel. 0043662 643838, Fax 0043662 650271

150.00 ,

Half-day tour up to 4 hours, max. 40 people € 168.00

Salzburg Guide Service

Additional Hour: € 42.00

Linzer Gasse 22/22, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

All-day tour up to 8 hours, max. 40 people €

Tel. 0043662 840406, Fax 0043662 845470

252.00 , ,

School classes, about 1.5 hours, max. 30 school

children € 180.00 other languages:

2009 Prices:

Walk through the Old City, 2-3 Hours, max. 40 pax € 138.00

Tours for Individual Visitors:

Half-day tour up to 4 hours, max. 40 pax €

City tours offered in German and English (also in


Italian in August): daily 12.15 p.m. and 2:00 p.m..

Additional Hour: € 46.00

Meets: Information Office on the Mozartplatz

All-day tour up to 8 hours, max. 40 pax € 276.00

Lasts: about 1-1.5 hours

School classes, about 1.5 Hours, max. 30 school

Price: € 8.00 per person

children € 120.00

Despite painstaking editing, not liable for any errors or inaccuracies. Updated September 2009


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