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Upper Austrian Shipping Museum

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Special features
Pets allowed
All weather
Suitable for groups
Mighty Greinburg Castle houses Upper Austria´s Museum of Shipping History, preserving and presenting the rich heritage and historic connections with the area´s rivers.



Greinburg Castle occupies a dramatic position high above the Valley, jutting out over the Danube at the base of a precipitous cliff. This is Austria´s oldest Residential Castle and has been erected around 1490. The massive walls house the history of the Saxon-Coburg-Gotha Dynasty and Austria´s only collection of historic ship models. The permanent collection is presented in three galleries, dedicated to the Danube, to the Inn-Enns-Salzach Region, and to the Traun River. The Danube Gallery features a fascinating collection of intricate model boats: The 15 meters long model of a major Danube Ship, for example, encompasses one main boat and six side boats. What´s more, there are regional types of rafts and related items on display. Among the exhibition´s highlights is a model of the first Danube steamship, named "Maria Anna". The two galleries representing the tributary rivers to the Danube are focusing on rowing boats and rafts. Among the Museum´s noticeable features are models of old towns, such as the one showing historic Linz, dominated by the castle and the wooden bridge.

Contact

Upper Austrian Shipping Museum
Greinburg 1
4360 Grein

Phone: +43 7268 7007-18
Fax machine: +43 7268 7007-15
E-Mail: mail@schloss-greinburg.at
Web: www.schloss-greinburg.at

Schlos Greinburg Infotelefon

Phone: +43 7268 70018-0

We speak the following languages

German

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May 1 to October 26:
daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Closed on Mondays


Closing day

  • Monday

General price information:

Self guided tour of Castle Greinburg & the Upper Austrian Nautical Museum

May 1 - October 26
Tuesday - Sunday - 9am to 5pm
closed on Mondays
Admission:
€ 7,00 Adults
€ 6,50 Groups of 10 or more, per Person
€ 4,00 Children and students
€14,00 families ( 2 adults and children)

Guided Tours
Groups of 10 or more persons
any time on appointment
Tel: +43 (0)6649861981
       +43 (0)7268/7007-18
45 minutes: Arcaded Courtyard, Diamond Vault, Knights`Hall Castle Chapel, Sala Terrena
€ 7,00 Adults
€ 4,00 Children and students

75 minutes: including the Coburg Banqueting Suites
€ 10,00 adults
€ 6,00 Children and students

    Payment methods


  • Cash

Discounts

Discounts (Age-related / Groups):

  • Children
  • Student groups with school class
  • Students
  • Handicapped
  • Families
  • Groups
  • Discounts for tour operators / travel agents

Discounts (Memberships)

DONAU-Card
Family Card OÖ

Suitability

  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for schools
  • Suitable for kids (6 - 14 Year)
  • Pets allowed
  • Suitable for teenagers
  • Suitable for seniors
  • Suitable for single travelers
  • Suitable for friends
  • Suitable for couples
  • Suitable for children

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Other special suitabilities:

Other equipment

  • Toilet facility
  • Diaper room

Accessibility

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Access

  • ground level accessible

Following areas of operation are accessible

  • Entrance to the building
  • Toilet facility for disabled people
  • Outside area
Kultureinrichtungen
Upper Austrian Shipping Museum
Grein

Mighty Greinburg Castle houses Upper Austria´s Museum of Shipping History, preserving and presenting the rich heritage and historic connections with the area´s rivers. Greinburg Castle occupies a dramatic position high above the Valley, jutting out over the Danube...