ATTRACTIONS AND EXCURSIONS

surrounding DAS SIEBEN

The origins of many top-class businesses and world-famous brands can be traced back to Tyrol. Marvel at masterful craft workshops either in their authentic form or as exhibitions, such as the Riedel Glass Cabinet exhibition in Kufstein or Swarovski Kristallwelten in Wattens.

Are you eager to learn about the history and culture of Tyrol? Then we recommend, among other things, the old town of Innsbruck or a visit to the Kufstein Fortress.

 

Riedel Glas Kufstein (10 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

• Shop, outlet & glass cabinet:
Monday - Friday: 09.30 am - 6 pm
Samstag: 09.30 am - 2 pm

• Factory tour & Sinnfonie:
Tours are suspended as of 17 November 2020 until further notice

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults: € 5
• Children up to 16 years: € 3
• Families: € 11
• Groups of 10 people or more: € 4 per person

Experience how a "SINNfonie" (symphony of the senses) is created from the versatile material glass.

A rendezvous for the senses – experience the "Sinnfonie"! See, hear, smell, touch, taste.

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Kufstein Fortress (13 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

• Summer season: April – November
Every day from 10 am to 5 pm (last admission: 4 pm)

• Winter season: November – April
Every day from 11 am to 4 pm (last admission: 3 pm)

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults: summer € 12.50 I winter € 11.50
• Children (6–18 years) & students (19–25 years): summer € 7.50 I winter € 7
• Families: 2 adults & children: summer € 26 I winter € 24
• Groups: (from 10 guests – per person) summer € 11.50 / winter € 10.50
• Supervised school groups: summer € 5.50 I winter € 5.50

To this day, the fortress is a clear part of life in Kufstein.

Whether it’s at a concert in this particularly unusual setting or visiting the many exhibitions that await visitors at the fortress, it is always worthwhile to pay a visit to this piece of history.

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Römerhofgasse & Kufstein Old Town (13 km) ☀ | ❄

Use one of these numerous themed tours to explore various aspects of Kufstein, such its "Historic rise under the Habsburg coat of arms", "The double-headed eagle", "Tracking down the origins of the "Kufsteiner Lied" song", "The Odyssey of the Dean Dr. Matthäus Hörfarter”.
There is no shortage of fascinating insights to gain into this fortress town.

For more information, please contact the Kufsteinerland tourist office.

The smallest Old Town in Tyrol

With its picturesque Römerhofgasse, houses steeped in tradition and historic buildings, it is certainly worth a trip – no matter the season – to immerse yourself in bygone worlds.

Ebbs Stud Farm (20 km) ☀

  • Opening hours:

• Visits to the stud farm open daily from 9 am to 5 pm
• Guided tours are only possible by prior arrangement

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults € 8
• Children (5–16 years) € 4
• Guided tour fee per group plus € 40 admission fee (COVID-19 currently does not allow guided tours)

(Discounts with guest card)

At the Ebbs Stud Farm there is something for all horse lovers and all those who want to become one.

Convince yourself and be amazed by the unique stable buildings, horse paddocks with panoramic mountain views, and the extremely expansive open-air area where the horses can be overseen every day. A museum and a small children's playground make the Haflinger stud farm an ideal place for day trips with the whole family – no matter the weather.

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Ebbs Endangered Species Zoo (20 km) ☀

Open every day from July to August from 9 am to 6 pm (Last admission: 5 pm)

Open from September to October daily from 10 am to 6 pm (Last admission: 5 pm)

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults € 10.50
• Children (4–16 years) € 5.50
• Family (2 adults + 1 child) € 23
• Family (2 adults + 2 children) € 27.50
• Family (2 adults + 3 children) € 32
• Groups of 15 or more adults € 8.50 / child € 4.50
• Annual ticket adults € 40
• Annual ticket for children € 23
• Annual family pass (parents with their own children) € 95

All prices include 5% VAT (COVID-19 reduced tax rate)

(Discounts for retirees, students, people with mental or physical disabilities, people with a guest card)

Ebbs Endangered Species Zoo houses exotic animals right at the foot of the Zahmer Kaiser mountain.

Tyrol Farmstead Museum (21 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours

• Palm Sunday – April, October
Every day 9 am – 5 pm
(last admission 3.30 pm)

• May – September
Every day 9 am – 6 pm
(last admission 4.30 pm)

  • Entrance fees

• Adults € 10
• Groups of 15 or more people € 9
• Children (up to 17 years) € 3
• Children (up to 5 years) FREE
• Families with children up to 17 years  € 20

Gain insights into how previous generations used to live.

 

 

 

 

Kramsach Cemetery Museum (23 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 5 pm

  • Free admission
In Kramsach, nestled in Tyrol’s Lower Inn Valley behind a blacksmith’s workshop, there is a likely one-of-a-kind vestige of bygone times waiting to be discovered:

The owner of the workshop – Hans Guggenberger – managed to collect countless grave crosses and tombstones from the previous century and curated an exhibition based on their unique inscriptions. “Here lies Martin Krug, who struck his children, wife and the keys of his organ” is just one of the many funny lines that would likely astonish us nowadays.
 

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Wildbichl Wildlife Park (30 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

Every day from Wednesday to Sunday

• Summer 9 am - 6 pm
• Winter 10 am - 4 pm

  • Entrace fees:

• Adults € 7.90
• Children € 4.20
• School classes and kindergartens € 2.00

The Wildbichl Niederndorferberg Wildlife Park predominantly houses native species

such as red deer, lynx, ibex, chamois, wild boar, mouflon, but also curious llamas that clearly feel at home in the Tyrolean mountains.

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Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens (53 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

• Every day from 9 am - 7 pm
• last admission 6 pm

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults € 19
• Groups of 10 people or more € 17
• Children and young people aged 6 - 17 years  € 6,00
• Children aged 0 - 5 years – free
• Store ticket without admission to the exhibition or the garden – free
• Annual ticket for children aged 6 -17 years € 19
• Annual adult ticket € 49
• People with mental or physical disabilities € 15

In honour of Swarovski’s 100th anniversary,

the multimedia artist André Heller created a masterpiece of imagination and wonder. A magical place for contemporary art and ancient history. A visit to the "Giant" or the garden will also surely leave you spellbound – both amazed and pensive.

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Ambras Castle Innsbruck (66 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

• Every day 10 am - 5 pm
• Closed in November

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults € 16
• Children and young people – free entry


(Discounts for students, retirees, Ö1 club members, people with special needs and their carers, people completing compulsory military/community service, the unemployed)

The Ambras Castle in Innsbruck is still one of the most important cultural and historical sites in Innsbruck.

The magnificent Ambras collections that await visitors in the "Lower Castle" were compiled by Archduke Ferdinand II during the Renaissance period. Other exhibits equally worthy of your attention include the so-called Chamber of Art and Curiosities, the Heroes' Armoury and the Archduke's Hall of Antiquities.

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Nordkettenbahnen Innsbruck (67 km) ☀ | ❄

Opening hours & information

  • Every day from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm
  • Tickets from € 8 (adults) or € 6.20 (children)
  • The cable cars run every 15 minutes
From Innsbruck’s Old Town to high-altitude alpine terrain in 20 minutes.

With the Hungerburgbahn, Seegrubenbahn and Hafelekarbahn, you can glide right up onto the famous and majestic Nordkette mountain range every 15 minutes – in both summer and winter. The cable car was planned and designed by the architect Zaha Hadid.

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Innsbruck’s Golden Roof (67 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

• Open every day from 10 am to 5 pm

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults € 5,10

The landmark of the city of Innsbruck.

A tour of the museum takes you into this late medieval world of guilds and estates, beggars and bourgeoisie, courtly festivities and bloody battles, lively trade and lucrative silver mining.

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Alpenzoo Innsbruck (68 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Opening hours:

• Open every day!

9 am – 6 pm (April – October)
9 am – 5 pm (November – March)

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults € 11
• Pensioners | Students with ID € 9.50

The easiest way to get to the Alpenzoo is with the sightseer shuttle bus. The parking spaces right by the Alpenzoo are very limited!

The W line of the IVB travels every half hour from Marktplatz to Villa Blanka and the Alpenzoo!

Situated higher than any other zoo in Europe (750 m above sea level), the Alpenzoo is home to over 150 species of the most varied alpine animals.

Innsbruck’s Alpenzoo certainly provides plenty to marvel at – from bears to snow hares. Whether it’s winter or summer, the zoo invites you to come and enjoy what will certainly be a worthwhile visit.

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Bergisel Ski Jump Innsbruck (68 km) ☀ | ❄

  • Stadium opening hours:

• Summer | Autumn 2021 - Wednesday to Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm
• Last admission 4.30 pm

Please note the special opening and closing times.

  • Entrance fees:

• Adults  € 10
• Seniors € 9
• Adult locals (based in Innsbruck | Innsbruck Land district) € 8,50
• Groups of 10 or more people € 9

The star architect Zaha Hadid enriched Innsbruck with a worthy venue for the world-famous international Four Hills Tournament.

The Bergisel Ski Jump has been proudly overlooking the south of Innsbruck since 2002 and has not only become an attraction for sports enthusiasts but also one for tourists from all over the world. Its panorama restaurant and outstanding terrace are perfect places to just sit for a while and soak it all in. Experience the thrill of the heights for yourself on this architectural masterpiece.

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