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 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.
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 working life and the history of the Carinthian farmers from manual to machine work are documented on an exhibition surface of 1.200 m2.
Carinthia’s history and natural history is shown to the visitor by extensive exhibits in an impressive way.
The ethnological collection of the important explorer allows us to go on a journey around the world in his native place.
The Emblem Hall at the Landhaus in Klagenfurt with the “Fürstenstein” and the 665 emblems is one of the most important tourist attractions.
The town at the Magdalensberg with an open-air museum (3 hectare) is one of the biggest Roman archeological excavations of the Eastern Alps.