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.
The Benedictine Monastery of St. Paul is pleased to present a modern museum.
The Museum Liaunig possesses one of the most extensive collections of contemporary Austrian art since 1945, which is supplemented by leading representatives of classic modernism and exemplary works from international artists. In the reopening year following enlargement, five exhibitions await the visitor.
The Werner-Berg-Museum offers a representative overview of the lifetime work of the artist Werner Berg (1904-1981), born in Wuppertal Elberfeld, later settling down on Rutar’s farm in Lower Carinthia in 1931, in order to spend more time with his family as a farmer and artist.
In the 20th century Wolfsberg was location of three large camps that determined for various reasons life and destiny of ten thousands of people from all over the world.
This museum with an exhibition space of 1000 m² is a place where we can meet modern and contemporary art.
The Emblem Hall at the Landhaus in Klagenfurt with the “Fürstenstein” and the 665 emblems is one of the most important tourist attractions.
The oldest museum of its kind in Austria displays peasant houses and farms from all over Carinthia. A tavern offers refreshments.
Europe ‘s first private Porsche Museum is situated in Gmünd, the birthplace of the first car named Porsche (1944-1950).
The medieval town of has successfully focussed on art & culture for years.
St. Veit Museum features 7 main topics:
On a surface of 1.000 m² more cars, motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, motor-assisted bicycles.
Enter the Middle Ages! Be present at a burning of witches, face executioners or commiserate with your pilloried forefathers and watch the tortures in the dungeons.
Porcia Castle offers 1001 possibilities to understand and experience every-day culture from past times on two floors.
Join us on a journey into the past! In the Carnicaregion Rosental valley, historic engineering comes alive. Enjoy the train ride in our waggons pulled by a steam locomotive.
Experience the gunsmiths’ tradition of Ferlach, retrace the steps of local and foreign wild animals.
Top-secret during the Cold War – now accessible: Austria’s largest defence network (1963-2002) with original bunkers, communication trenches, fighting positions – completed by obstacles as well as all bunkered and mobile weapons systems of the fortifi cation forces. Parking: main road.
The ethnological collection of the important explorer allows us to go on a journey around the world in his native place.
The small museum in Metnitz, an idyllic locality near the castle town Friesach, holds an extraordinary treasure.
The Bamberger Amthof reminds of the lordship of the bishopric Bamberg (1166 - 1759) in Feldkirchen.
The Amthof museum (Amthofgase 5) offers the visitors an exemplary selection of illustrated showpieces.
The exhibits lead chronologically from the periods of the Celts and the Romans to the Middle Ages, including the coinage history of Friesach.
The Auer von Welsbach Museum in Althofen shows a unique exhibition of former gas lightings, metal filament light bulbs and rarest pocket lighters, as well as an originally equipped laboratory of the most important Austrian inventor and discoverer of chemical elements.
The museum was granted the Austrian Museum Certification.
The exhibition „ Straßburg Prince Residence and Bishop’s Town“ displays the roots of the church of Gurk, the Gurk Diocese and the development of Straßburg.
The museum is located in an old town house in the centre.
The Carinthia Relief Model at the Schillerpark in Villach is a real must-see for all friends of models and scenic representations: the whole region threedimensional on a scale of 1:10.000 on 183 m². It had been built in 1913 an is now Europe`s largest plastic relief model of a landscape
Nature never ceases to amaze - at Austria's largest Bonsai Museum in Seeboden at lake Millstätter See.
The 1st Carinthian Handcraft Museum is situated in a former monastery at the foot of Ortenburg castle.
The Liechtenstein Family has owned Rosegg Castle since 1831. It had been built by one of the most important promoters of Mozart.
This museum features a variety of special fishing attributes and an insight into the underwater world of lake Millstätter See.
The numerous findings shown at the new Roman Museum tell a story about the artistic skills at the ancient town of Teurnia and offer a fascinating insight into the social life of the inhabitants between 1200 B.C. and 600 AD.
Newly-arranged exhibition with interactive exploration terminals! Experience the fascinating world of bees: discovery tour through the beehive.
This museum of history presents precious artworks from antiquity to the present time as well as examples of sacral traditions, archeological fi ndings, rustic furniture and traditional costumes.