The Hemmaberg with its striking cliffs is visible well into the Jaun Valley. Find out more about the archaeological excavations, the pilgrimages, the St. Rosalia grotto and the ecclesiastical significance here.
The treasure house of Carinthia in the Benedictine St. Paul monastery. Nestled in the fertile landscape of the lower Lavant Valley St. Paul’s Abbey rises on a cone of rock.
The Liaunig Museum has one of the best collections of Austrian art from 1950, supplemented by prominent works from foreign painters and sculptors. The attractively staged permanent exhibition “Gold of the Akan” offers a contrasting programme.
The museum of the painter Werner Berg (1904-1981), one of the most important artists of the 20th century, has become a centre of attraction for art lovers from all over Europe.
Experience the gunsmiths’ tradition of Ferlach, retrace the steps of local and foreign wild animals.
The museum of painter Werner Berg, one of the most significant Austrian artists of the 20th century, has become a centre of attraction for art lovers from all over Europe.
Renowned Elli Riehl put 46 years of work into the 700 fabric dols, which expressively illustrate scenes from rural life.
The mining museum is a theme museum focusing on Carinthia’s montane history, mineralogy, geology and paleontology on a subterranean exhibition surface of 2.500 m2, located in a former air raid shelter of Klagenfurt. Special exhibition until October 2, 2010: „Jörg Haider 1950-2008”.
The wonder of the cosmos: The Planetarium as multimedia-based entertaining, cultural and educational facility offers “celestial insights” to its visitors. Optical precision devices and effect projectors display an artificial starry sky. A sophisticated sound system accompanies the show.