The mining museum is a theme museum focusing on Carinthia’s montane history, mineralogy, geology and paleontology on a subterranean exhibition surface of 2.500 m2, located in a former air raid shelter of Klagenfurt. Special exhibition until October 2, 2010: „Jörg Haider 1950-2008”.
The primary aim of the eagle show is to let people have a closer approach to birds of prey and owls and to transmit some knowledgeable facts about them.
The wonder of the cosmos: The Planetarium as multimedia-based entertaining, cultural and educational facility offers “celestial insights” to its visitors. Optical precision devices and effect projectors display an artificial starry sky. A sophisticated sound system accompanies the show.
A natural wonder of overwhelming beauty. The gorge will fascinate every visitor.
In Carinthia’s most beautiful park there’s always something in full bloom. 50.000 plants have been collected with care for over 35 years: rhododendron wood, azalea, Japanese wood, hydrangea, lilies, hostas, rose arcades and much more in 20 thematic gardens and 50 attractions. The Celtic tree circle, the stone labyrinth and the willow dome are special places to recreate and recharge – 365 days of the year.
Cruise ships can be chartered from around the 20th April until the 20th October.
Day cruises are available from May until October.
The Romanic church from the 12th century ranks mong the most important buildings of European sacral art.
This museum with an exhibition space of 1000 m² is a place where we can meet modern and contemporary art.
The 91,7 m high tower of St. Egyd Parish Church at Pfarrplatz square has a viewing platform at an altitude of 50 m and provides a spectacular view to the town centre of Klagenfurt and a great panoramic view – lake Wörthersee, Karawanken mountains, Koralpe mountains.