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Mining and Gothic Museum in Leogang

Where ore and art meet

The Mining and Gothic Museum in Leogang is a unique museum that presents the history of mining and Gothic in the Salzburg region. The museum is located in the picturesque mining village of Hütten, which has been characterized by ore mining for over 3,000 years. The museum shows an impressive collection of Gothic works of art that bear witness to the riches of the former archbishopric of Salzburg. The highlights include the prayer nut of Mary of Burgundy, a precious reliquary from the 15th century, the Limoges cross of the Czartoryski princely family, a 900-year-old enamel work of art, and the altar of Prösels Castle, a masterpiece by Dürer's student Hans Schäuffelein. The museum also offers exciting insights into the world of mining, with original tools, machines, minerals and documents. The museum is an ideal place for anyone interested in art, culture and history.

Opening hours 2024:

19/02/ - 29/03/2024
Monday - Friday
01:00 – 05:00 pm

23/05/ - 31/10/2024
Tuesday - Sunday
10:00 am – 05:00 pm

Prices 2024:

Adults: €10,00
Pupils, students, military servants: € 5,00
Children up to 15 years of age enter free


Bergbau- und Gotikmuseum Leogang
Hütten 10
5771 Leogang

T 06583 71 05
E info@museum-leogang.at
W www.museum-leogang.at


You can go by car or by bike. The journey by car only takes about 15 minutes. Just follow the L111 and B164 until you see the museum on the left. The bike ride is a little longer, but all the more beautiful. You cycle through the picturesque landscape, breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the view of the mountains.

If you prefer to take the bus, you can do that too. You only have to change trains three times. Take bus 680 from Viehhofen Ortsmitte to Abzw. Glemmtal. Go under the bridge and onto the bridge on the right up the path to the stop. There you take bus 260 towards Saalfelden Postplatz. There you get on bus 690, which takes you to Hütten Berg. The museum is just a few steps away. The bus journey takes about an hour. With the Viehhofen Sommercard you can travel for free.


Whether you are interested in the past or the present, here you will find exciting and varied offers that will delight you.

If you want to learn about the history and culture of mining, then you should visit the Leogang mine. There you can immerse yourself in the world of the miners who extracted silver and copper from the mountain until the 19th century. You can see the original tunnels, shafts and tools and learn how the miners lived and worked. The show mine also organizes interesting tours, workshops and events for all age groups.

If you prefer to experience nature and the senses, then the Mountain of the Senses is just right for you. The Mountain of the Senses is a hiking and adventure paradise on the Leoganger Asitz that offers you many opportunities to enjoy nature. For example, you can balance on the bike, fly over the valley with the Flying Fox XXL, admire the landscape in the nature cinema, taste homemade bread, walk barefoot over various materials or listen to music on the sound track islands. The Mountain of the Senses has 10 stations that you can reach on foot or with the Asitz or Steinbergbahn. There are also exciting programs every week such as bread baking, painting workshops and herbal workshops.