ELMI'S WORLD OF MAGIC
From May to November Ellmi's World of Magic invites you to enjoy adventure-packed excursions into the mountains in Ellmau. On fun adventure paths children get to learn interesting things about the region and experience one adventure or another.
WITCHES' WATER IN SÖLL
Can water flow upwards? How big can a cherry tree grow to? And what was life like 400 years ago on an Alpine pasture? You get to experience all this during a family excursion to Witches Water in Söll.
FAMILIENLAND ADVENTURE PARK AND PILLERSEE
Familienland Pillersee adventure park is located in St. Jakob in Haus. In total this park spans an area of 600 m² for climbing and bouldering. Opening hours: Climbing/indoor hall, Dead Sea Salt Cave open Tu and Th 10:00 to 22:00 and Sa and Su 10:00 to 18:00, expected opening family land 20 April.
KRAMSACH FARM MUSEUM
Anyone who holds traditional Tyrolean Alpine lodge style dear will love the farm museum in Kramsach. Lots of old farms have been re-built there, accurate in every detail and they show the realm of work and life in old Tyrol.
MUSEUMS FRIEDHOF KRAMSACH
The 'Friedhof ohne Tote' (cemetery with no dead) shows, with funny epigraphs and memorial plaques that people around a hundred years ago had a very different approach to death.
This space-age experience cinema provides you with variety-packed shows, featuring interactive flights through the cosmos. Tales about the stars, music shows and a wonderful starry sky take you closer to the heavens.
TRATZBERG CASTLE IN JENBACH
Experience a journey through time into the Middle Ages during a fascination 'audio play guided tour'. Emperor Maximilian I and other aristocratic former owners of Tratzberg guide you through this castle which is over 500 years old and features original furnishings.
SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL WORLDS
The world-renowned crystal brand 'Swarovski' shows itself at its most shimmering in Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens. The museum, designed by André Heller, is an impressive excursion destination throughout the year.
For decades, Kufstein fortress was not thought about much by anyone. These days this impressive landmark welcomes culture vultures in particular with its unique range of events.
Austria's smallest town impresses with plenty of Tyrolean charm and a wonderful, medieval pedestrianised zone. During a relaxing stroll discover typically Tyrolean handcrafts.
EBBS RARITY ZOO
Tyrol's only park has over 500 animals and more than 70 different species. The entire zoo area is wheelchair and pram accessible. The Rarity Zoo is open daily between April and October, from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m..
Anyone who would like to delve a little deeper into glass can watch glassmakers at work in Riedel Glass in Kufstein and discover the versatility of glass as a material.
SCHWAZ SILVER MINE
The 'mother of all mines' has an exciting journey into the history of the biggest silver mine of the Middle Ages in store. After going in on the mine train, an exceptional under ground experience awaits.
THE TOWN OF KITZBÜHEL
The 'City of the chamois' as Kitzbühel is known, with its historic Old Town area provides a wide variety of options to fill your free time. Highlights: Hahnenkamm race, Alpine flower garden at Kitzbühler Horn and many more.
THE TOWN OF KUFSTEIN
The pearl of Tyrol on the River Inn is always worth a visit. Highlights: Heimat museum, Römerhofgasse Old Town, Hechtsee, Längsee, Pfrillsee.
THE CITY OF INNSBRUCK
The state capital of Innsbruck is a city that has evolved through time. Experience sights like the Goldenes Dachl, the Olympiamuseum, the Triumphal Arch and the Alpine zoo.
THE CITY OF SALZBURG
Visit the festival city of Salzburg and stroll through one of the most beautiful city centres in Austria. As well as the many boutiques and shops, it is also worth a trip to experience the cuisine.
THE CITY OF MUNICH
Munich (Bavarian 'Minga') is the state capital of the Free State of Bavaria. The sights and the shopping opportunities in the city and also its trade fairs and congresses attract numerous tourists and business travellers.
AURACH WILDLIFE PARK NEAR KITZBÜHEL
Hike through the unspoilt natural surroundings of Tyrol, which includes some 200 local and exotic animals over an area of around 40 hectares. The highlight is the animal feeding time, at 2.30 p.m.
GOING SWIMMING LAKE
Enjoy fun and games at Going's family-oriented swimming lake. With a superb adventure play area and children's play area, Tyrol's longest slide on open terrain and the many beach volleyball pitches.
Schwarzsee is a small moor lake in the Kitzbühel Alps. It is the warmest moor lake in Tyrol. Schwarzsee is 2 km from Kitzbühel. In the summer it is a popular swimming lake, while in winter the frozen ice sheets tempt you to go walking, ice-skating and curling.
ELLMAUER FRUIT DISTILLERY
The fruit distillery is located in the district of and is a popular excursion destination for all gourmets. The range comprises spirits, cocktails, brandies and liqueurs. Products can be sampled and directly purchased there.
HORNPARK IN ST. JOHANN
The new climbing forest nestles in the middle of the Kitzbühel Alps. The St. Johann cable car goes up to the Harschbichlbahn valley station and continues to Angereralm swimming lake. From there you get to enjoy a breath-taking view to the Wilder Kaiser.
ELLMAU LOCAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Ellmau's local history museum, 'Beim Wegmacher', was constructed in 1555 as a house for mineworkers. After an eventful past, the building was renovated by a master carpenter in 1898 and today is a traditional museum of local history. The museum is closed during the winter months.
From mid-May until mid-September you get to enjoy unadulterated holiday joy at one of the loveliest mountain lakes in Tyrol. During the summer season the Hintersteiner Seebus takes you directly to the lake. Tickets are available in the information office.
FIEBERBRUNN SUMMER TOBOGGAN RUN
Fun on two runners is a huge amount of fun during the day and an evening toboggan excursion on the floodlit runs in Pillerseetal have a very special allure too.
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