The tiny and picturesque village of Pram is tucked away in the folds of the gently rolling foothills of Grieskirchen District.
In the center of Pram the Parish Church building is a central focus for visitors to the town. Like most churches, the original Gothic building was extensively 'restored' in Baroque style in the 18th century. The most noticeable and striking feature of the Parish of Pram is the elaborate Christmas Crèche that has been created by the famous sculptor Johann Peter Schwanthaler around 1790.
Rich in history and genuine architecture, the surroundings appeal to people who seek to enjoy the cultural arts and intellectual pursuits. The 16th century Feldegg Renaissance Castle houses a Museum and an Art Gallery. Another cultural must-see is the Furth Mill Outdoor Museum, a collection of historical mills that retain the rustic charm of yesterday!
Pram has at its heart various friendly inns and restaurants where a choice range of refreshments and freshly cooked food is on offer. Undisputed highlight in the Calendar of Events is the annual Viking Festival - a truly unique spectacle!
The village of Pram sprawls along the banks of a stream of the same name, which is a rich spot of fishing. The Pram Valley Museum Road passes through Pram and thus avid cyclists can join the trail for a memorable travel into time long past...