Exhibition in the Nature Park House Ginzling The new exhibition "Hidden Treasures" is the highlight of the newly renovated Nature Park House in Ginzling. The exhibition will cover two floors and more than 500 m² and will be dedicated to the topics of earth history, geology, crystals and minerals. The focus will be on the unique collection of Walter Ungerank and other mineral collectors. OPENING HOURS until 15.09.2023: daily from 08.30 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 17.00 from 16.09. to 31.10.2023: Monday to Friday from 08.30 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 17.00 >>> FIND OUT MORE
Exhibition at the Mitterstall Barn in Brandberg One of the mountain farming cultural monuments in the Nature Park region is the Mitterstall Barn in Brandberg Village. This listed building houses the Nature Park exhibition "Brandberg - our cultural landscape through the ages". The exhibition tells about the arduous conditions associated with alpine farming with its characteristic meadows, pastures, mountain grazing areas and gives locals the chance to tell their story. Open daily - free admission!
Steinbock.Welten - Ibex World
Exhibition in Zillergrund The alpine ibex (Capra ibex) is an animal that has a deeply rooted tradition at the Zillertal Alps Nature Park and, until recently, a very chequered history. Up until the beginning of the 17th century there was a population of several hundred animals, which was almost eradicated over a short period of only 15 years. Despite many attempts in subsequent years to reintroduce ibex to the Zillertal Valley, there is currently only a very small wild population which visitors to the Nature Park rarely get to see. The Steinbock.Worlds in Zillergrund gives you the opportunity to find out more about this fascinating animal, as well as the opportunity to see some in the flesh! Open daily from June to September - admission is free!
Exhibition at the Lavitzalm In addition to the fabulous alpine landscapes, another highlight can be enjoyed along the hike to Pfitscher Joch from the end of June – a visit to the new exhibition „Pfitscher Joch grenzenlos - Pfitscher Joch unbounded“. There you will see the results of many years of research on this alpine pass. The journey back to the Stone Age is particularly exciting, proving that the Pfitscher Joch had special significance as long as 9,000 years ago! The exhibition is open daily during the summer months, admission is free!