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Excursions and Activities

  • Hintertux

    Nature Ice palace in the Hintertux Glacier

    The Nature Ice Palace on the Hintertux Glacier is a natural jewel that is unique in the world and an ideal year-round destination for the whole family. NATUREISPALAST- discovered by accident by Roman Erler !!!! The entrance to the ice cave is only a 3 to 4 minute walk from the Gletscherbus 3 mountain station. On guided tours, the motto is "Please come in!" into the wonderful world deep below the ski slope. Visitors explore a walk-through crevasse with magical ice stalactites, giant sparkling ice crystals, frozen waterfalls and even a glacial lake.

  • Wattens

    Swarovski Crystalworlds in Wattens

    Embedded in a mysterious park, a glittering fairytale landscape awaits you that invites you to dream. In 1995, for the 100th anniversary of Swarovski, the multimedia artist André Heller created a place of wonder in 14 subterranean chambers.

    The constantly changing crystal dress of the rooms reflects innovative spirit and dynamism as the highest maxims of the world's leading manufacturer of precisely cut crystal.

  • Mayrhofen

    Alpine dairy experience Zillertal with a farm to watch

    Experience the entire process of hay milk processing and the production of hay milk products in the show dairy. Cheese, yoghurt, butter and much more are produced on 6000 m² of glazed production... The Zillertal dairy is only 15 kilometers away from us! We are proud to have such a company here in the Zillertal! Appointments cheese with music.

  • Zell am Ziller

    Brewinghouse Zillertal Beer, Zell

    Experience Tyrolean beer culture with all your senses

    As part of an exciting multimedia tour,
    discover how the region and its people form our beer specialties and learn about some of the Zillertals secrets. Visit us and enjoy one of the most exciting sights in Tyrol.

    Jenbacher Museum

    This museum in Jenbach offers interesting exhibitions and genuine artifacts in an area of more than 700 sqm, with topics including nature, sport, history und industry.

    Achensee Railway

    Enjoy a ride on the Achensee mountain railway which is more than 100 years old. Starting in Jenbach, the Achensee can be reached in 45 minutes. From there you may wish to carry on for a ship cruise on the lake.

    Schloss Tratzberg

    A castle used by Emperor Maximilian over 500 years ago is now open to the public and filled with original artifacts, including weaponry, torture instruments and delicate works of art. Audio tours are available (with special tours aimed at children). 

    Krimml Waterfalls

    The waterfalls of Krimml are the largest in Europe (380 metres high). The Austrian Alpine Club has created a path that leads right next to this breathtaking spectacle of nature. Experience the astonishing power of water while also taking in the beautiful mountain scenery.

    Planetrium Königsleiten

    The planetarium in Königsleiten is – in terms of altitude – the highest of its kind in Europe. Seize the opportunity to gaze through the telescopes and to observe bizzare moon craters, the clouds on Jupiter or the Rings of Saturn.

    Planetarium Schwaz

    The Zeiss-Planetarium in Schwaz is, in a way, a cosmic cinema. Modern technology will be able to take you on a journey through time and space, to distant planets, the far away galaxies, all the way back to the Big Bang. 

    Haus der Völker

    The only folklore museum of western Austria offers a unique insight into the collection of the Tyrolean Africa-expert Gert Chesi. Africa and its culture are the main part of the museum, while there are also some fascinating exhibits from China and other Asian countries on display.

    Schwaz Silver Mines

    Visit the former silver mines of Schwaz and go on a journey back to the 15th century, when silver ore was discovered in the area. Schwaz became the mining capital of Europe, leading to incredible growth in wealth, size and importance. Merchants and miners arrived from all over Europe and a fascinating network of tunnels was drilled into the mountain – one of which, more than 800 metres long, you can still explore today.

    Candle World Brixlegg

    This unique candle museum gives you a fascinating insight into how candles are made, but also offers fascinating exhibits from the world of waxworks.


    The medieval city of Rattenberg is the smallest of its kind in today’s Austria with only 600 inhabitants. Surrounded by the river Inn as well as the Tyrolean Alps, Rattenberg is famous as the "glass city". Explore the cobbled streets and observe glassblowers creating their marvellous products!

    Wolfsklamm St. Georgenberg

    The Wolksklamm is a spectacular mountain canyon, over 300 metres long before it finally reaches the abbey on Georgenberg. On the way there, you will see clevery built wodden bridges as well as outstanding natural beauty, all while marvelling at the at times treacherous, yet always beautiful "Stallenbach" mountain river.

    Graveyard museum "Ohne Tote"

    A unique idea turned into a unique museum: a graveyard museum! The tombstones on display, with their often witty inscriptions, will make you contemplate the transience of life.

    Kristallwelten (Crystal World) in Wattens

    The famous Svarovski company has constructed a park full of wonders: Experience a magical journey through 14 underground chambers decorated with countless gems.

    Burg Hasegg, Mint Museum

    The ancient town of Hall was important in the late Middle Ages because of its mint – situated in a tower that has now been turned into a museum, offering unique insights into the art of minting coins.


    The capital of Tyrol has so much to offer – from museums to entertainment and sport facilities to activies in nature. Remember, Innsbruck is nestled right in the mountains and this geographical feature has so many advantages. For instance, the alpine zoo on a slope above the city is a must-see, not just for children! Many fabulous species are preserved here in their natural habitat. You will not regret your visit! Afterwards, why not go for a stroll through the historic old town with its fascinating architecture? Its highlight is undoubtedly the Golden Roof which no one should miss on a visit to Innsbruck, as it now also houses an interactive museum.

    Festung Kufstein

    This castle is also a favourite for locals, as it is not just a museum but also a venue for concerts in summer and a fascinating vantage point high above the historical city of Kufstein.