Discover a selection of art and cultural institutions in our region. Experience the traditional customs of the Zillertal: cheese, bacon, or schnapps production - see the masters of these old forms of craftsmanship at work. Let yourself be inspired and amazed by the cultural heritage of the Zillertal.
The Zillertal delights visitors with more than just its scenic idyl. All kinds of cultural treasures are just waiting to be discovered in this popular vacation region. There are numerous interesting attractions and excursion destinations that you can easily reach from Gut Stiluppe. We have put together a list of the best for you.
We are happy to provide you with more information about opening times, admission prices, or directions as well as other excursion suggestions anytime at the reception desk.
In most museums, you are not allowed to photograph or even touch exhibits. It's different in the cheese museum in Zillertal: you can even taste some Zillertal cheese specialties here. From savory and spicy to subtle and mild - everyone will find their favorite cheese here.
Not only can you watch cheese being made, but you can also watch schnapps being distilled: find out how these wonderful distillates are made at the Stiegenhaushof. Cheers!
What an interesting journey through time: experience old customs and Zillertal culture from past centuries in one of the oldest buildings in Fügen. The Zillertal national singers, who once brought the song "Silent Night" into the world, are featured here as is old handcrafts, minerals from the area, and the history of mining.
In the late Middle Ages, it was the most profitable silver mine in the world. Today, visitors can gain insight into work underground on a guided tour (ca. 90 min.). Where miners once worked, the temperature is 12°. Warm clothing and sturdy shoes are recommended.
Imagine a graveyard with no dead – it really does exist! The quirky museum cemetery with funny alpine epitaphs is located near the Tyrolean Farmhouse Museum, where you can learn all kinds of interesting information about the life and culture of the farming community.
The Crystal Worlds in Wattens, designed by André Heller, with glistening stones and a water-spouting giant is an experience for more than just kids.
Ah, golden Innsbruck! The state capital of Tyrol with its range of exhibits and cultural events is always worth a trip. Discover the folk art museum, the Zeughaus (former arsenal), Hofkirche (court church), Kaiserjägermuseum (Museum of the Tyrolean Imperial Infantry), and Ferdinandeum – as well as numerous shopping opportunities.
You will truly feel alive on the Arena Coaster, the Zillertal's 1st alpine coaster, and on the Arena Skyliner. In every season, the Zillertal Arena has much to offer to those seeking adventure.
45,000 m² of games, fun, sports, and recreation - this is the Leisure Park Zell. Whether young or old, big or small: everyone will get their money's worth here.
Certified trainers will make your dream of paragliding or tandem flying come true and accompany you on canyoning or rafting adventures. And if you would like to go climbing or hiking, the Aktiv-Zentrum Zillertal is the right place to be.
The swimming pond with waterfall and large sunbathing area makes this attraction the ideal excursion destination for families.
Reach heights of up to 40 meters: this is a climbing experience for everyone who wants to face their fear of heights or who has no fear. You need courage and strength in this high ropes course. And of course, fun is always guaranteed!
The name says it all: this world of wellness and water in Fügen offers pure swimming fun. After dashing down the water slide, you can find relaxation in the wellness and rest area.
It is one of Austria's most beautiful Alpine roads, and there are quite a few of them: the Zillertaler Höhenstraße puts the mountains right within your reach.
It's amazing what people can do - for example making works of art out of glass. Various glass-making techniques are impressively demonstrated by glassblowers. The Kisslinger glassblowing workshop is located in Rattenberg, Austria's smallest town, whose historical pedestrian zone is definitely a sight worth seeing.
The Schlegeis Alpine Road leads past impressive watefalls and through natural tunnels to the reservoir, where you can discover an amaxing connection between technology and nature.
With a height of 385 m, the Krimml waterfalls are among Europe's highest. This natural spectacle is complemented by the Aqua-Szenarium, the WasserWunderWerke, as well as the waterfall center.
Because of its length of 6.8 km², it is also called the "Tyrolean sea". Dive into the Achensee and its most beautiful swimming spots. We also recommend a ride on the boat with a magnificent panorama.
An amazing world reveals itself on the Hintertux Glacier: on a guided tour in the magical cave deep under the ski slopes, you can explore the accessible glacier crevasse with ice stalactites, glistening ice crystals, frozen waterwalls, and a glacial lake.
Europe's highest accessible cave with an adjoining cave museum is located at an elevation of 2660 m and is thus breathtaking in every respect. More information about opening times, admission prices, or directions is available anytime at the reception desk.