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Alpineum Hinterstoder

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Special features
Pets allowed
All weather
Suitable for groups
The Alpineum as a modern, award-winning exhibition house is worth a visit in every season. Here you will find background information on the past of the Stodertal, the life-threatening work of the Holzknechte, the alpine development history of the Totes Gebirge and the development of skiing from its beginnings to today's World Cup.

The modern museum building - built in 1998 - already suggests from the outside that here no dusty "Heimatmuseum" is waiting for the visitor, but historical and current videos, acoustic effects, a ski downhill simulator, on which one can empathize the speed rush during a downhill run, and an avalanche victim search device. Creating connections from the past to the present is the basic concept of the Alpineum with its extremely extensive collection of historical and contemporary exhibits. In an entertaining manner, the past comes to life through entertaining, exciting text and image design and becomes an experience for the visitor. Let yourself be surprised.

Incidentally, the Alpineum was voted one of Europe's best exhibition venues at the "Museum of the Year Award 2000". In addition to the permanent show, the Alpineum surprises again and again with successful special exhibitions on a variety of topics.

Contact

Alpineum Hinterstoder
Nr. 38
4573 Hinterstoder

Phone: +43 7564 5263-99
Fax machine: +43 7564 5263-30
E-Mail: hinterstoder@pyhrn-priel.net
Web: www.alpineum.at
Web: www.ooemuseumsverbund.at

Contact person
Anton Hackl
Tourismus- u. Freizeitanlagen GmbH
Nr. 38
4573 Hinterstoder

Phone: +43 7564 5263-99
E-Mail: hinterstoder@pyhrn-priel.net
Web: www.alpineum.at

We speak the following languages

German
English

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Monday - Friday from 8 am - 12 am and 2 pm to 5 pm | Closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
We ask you to inquire regarding the opening times on weekends in advance by telephone (+43 7564 5255 or +43 7564 5263 99

gided tours on request also out of opening times, average duration: 1 – 1,5 hrs


General price information:

  • Adults: € 4,00
  • Adults reduced: € 3,30
  • Kids: € 2,20
  • School groups per child: € 1,50
  • Familiy card: € 8,00
  • Guided tour per person: € 1,80

    Payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Debit card

  • Cash

Discounts

Discounts (Age-related / Groups):

    Discounts (Memberships)

    Pyhrn-Priel AktivCard
    free entrance as often as you like
    Phyrn-Priel seasonal pass
    free entrance as often as you like

    Arrival

    Accessibility / arrival

    by car:
    from Windischgarsten via Vorderstoder to Hinterstoder; next to info office; A 9 Pyhrn-Highway, Exit Hinterstoder/St. Pankraz, B138 - turn off Hinterstoder or from Kirchdorf along the B138 to Windischgarsten, turn off Hinterstoder.

    by public transport:
    take the Riedler-Bus (Routes 431 a. 432) to bus stop Hinterstoder Gemeindehaus

    Travelling by public transport

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    Suitability

    • All weather
    • Suitable for groups
    • Suitable for schools
    • Pets allowed

    Other special suitabilities:

    Families, seniors

    Accessibility

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    Kultureinrichtungen
    Alpineum Hinterstoder
    Hinterstoder

    The Alpineum as a modern, award-winning exhibition house is worth a visit in every season. Here you will find background information on the past of the Stodertal, the life-threatening work of the Holzknechte, the alpine development history of the Totes Gebirge and...