museums & exhibits
in Salzburg's Lungau
Water and grain mills / Zederhaus
Old mills and grain cribs have been restored to their original condition. Standing at the end of the Mill Trail is the Walcherhaus, an especially interesting single-building farm of artistic and historical significance with natural stone walls built in a style typical of granaries (Troadkasten) and the crushing mill.
Tours & Information: Zederhaus tourist office,
T +43 (0)6478 801, LungauCard valid!
Kodak Camera history museum / Zederhaus
Cameras and filming equipment from 1892 to the present day are housed at the Camera Museum in the village hall in Zederhaus. The exhibition represents a cross-section of the Kodak Company with several hundred pieces such as the first detective camera. Tours with expert Reinhard Stöckl. Free admission!
Tours & Information: T +43 (0)650 5550903
Bundschuh smelter museum / Thomatal
Learn how ore was extracted from rock at the smelter in Bundschuh. And the miner‘s hiking path will lead you right into the mining area.
Tours & Information: Rainer Werner,
T +43 (0)6476 20231 & +43 (0)664 73494952, LungauCard valid!
Silver Mine / ramingstein
Some 200 years ago, Lungau miners were already extracting the silver deposits from this mine. A visit to the silver mine will give you insight into the arduous work and history of mining in Lungau. Equipment: non-slip shoes (mountain boots) and durable everyday clothes are recommended. Carbide lamps and helmets are provided.
Tours & Information: T +43 (0)676 7022369
Old mill / trattnermühle mill in St. Margarethen
This is the last remaining mill along the Karlsbergbach and served as a community mill for several farmers until the 1950s. Because the water level in the stream changed over the course of the year, it was a so-called „cloudburst mill“, which would often stand still for many weeks. During this time, the empty room inside the mill often attracted hobos, refugees, or lovers. The mill was built in the 17th century.
Tours & Information: St. Margarethen Tourst Office, T +43 (0)6476 812
Lungau heritage museum in Tamsweg
Objects from everyday life on the farm and in town cast light on the working and living conditions, as well as the folk customs of the Lungau. Other highlights include Romans in the Lungau plus exhibition pieces that reflect popular piety.
Tours & Information: Family Heitzmann,
T +43 (0)6474 6504, LungauCard valid!
Private MINERAL COLLECTION
In the restored "Troadkasten" (grain crib) in Thomatal
Information: Family Ansperger, T +43 (0)664 2145197
Inge’s Mineral Grotto in Mauterndorf
Information: Inge Primoschitz, T +43 (0)6472 7205
Lungau regional history museum / mauterndorf
Learn about the diversity and uniqueness of Lungau‘s customs throughout
the year. Awaiting you are impressive depictions of agricultural life.
Information: T +43 (0)6472 7393, SalzburgerLand Card & LungauCard valid!
Crushing mill / mauterndorf
Follow the street under the bridge to the left of the north exit of the Mauterndorf Caste. After around 50 m, you will come to the museum mill, which was assembled in 1980/81 from various mills under the direction of Peter Kasmannhuber. By phone appointment, you can visit the mill while it is running.
Tours & Information: Mr. Heidinger, T +43 (0)664 9708145
Blasnerhof Farm museum / muhr
Tours & Information: Family Mandl, T +43 (0)6477 7134
Parish, pilgrimage, and silent night museum / mariapfarr
An art-historical church treasure and former mother parish of Lungau also houses small silver altars. It was in 1816 that Joseph Mohr wrote
the text for the world-famous Christmas song „Silent Night“ at the parsonage. A Joseph Mohr exhibit details the creation and spread of the song, as well as the life of Joseph Mohr, whose paternal ancestors were from Mariapfarr.
Tours & Information: Mariapfarr Tourist Office,
T +43 (0)6473 8766, LungauCard valid!
Exhibit: Raku pottery / unternberg
At the old "Loamhaus" in Unternberg. Door signs, jars, clocks and other decorative objects
Information: Lotte Tanner, T +43 (0)6385877