Besucherzentrum Mallnitz des Nationalpark Hohe Tauern


Visitor Centre
Exhibitions

The starting point for great adventures!


Discover the new exhibition!
Explore the fascinating world of the Hohe Tauern and the National Park through lots of exciting experience stations!




Opening hours

29 April to 13 October 2019, daily from 10 am to 6 pm

 

Admissions

"Univerzoom nationalpark" exhibition:

Adults; € 7,50

Children: € 3,50

Concessions*: € 5,00

 

Free admission to the exhibition with the Carinthia Card or the National Park Carinthia Card.

 

For registered groups of 8 or more:

Guided tour + admission to the exhibition

Children: €5.50; concessions: €9.00

With the Carinthia Card or NPCC: Children: €2.00; adults: €4.00

*Senior citizens, recruits in military service, students

Children: aged 6 to 15

 


  • „univerzoom nationalpark“

    The Mallnitz Visitor Centre is the prefect starting point for an adventure-filled trip to the Hohe Tauern National Park. The ‘univerzoom nationalpark’ exhibition introduces you to all of nature’s secrets that await at the National Park, whether it’s a landslide animation, tiny survival artists, the mysteries of the wilderness, or our diverse fauna. The curious and the inquisitive, regardless of age, also have an opportunity to discover the wonderland of the Hohe Tauern through lots of exciting experience stations. We are also more than happy to offer you guided tours of our exhibitions, on request.

    NEW: The ‘Precious Water’ rangerlab is part of the ‘univerzoom nationalpark’ exhibition. Water is both the elixir of life and a habitat. What sort of power and energy does water have? How are landscapes shaped by water? What sort of life is teeming in our mountain streams? All this and lots more is there for you to discover in numerous experimental stations.

    Brief description

    Contact

    Hohe Tauern National Park Carinthia

    Mallnitz Visitor Centre

    9822 Mallnitz 36 / Austria

    Phone: +43 (0) 4825 6161

    nationalpark@ktn.gv.at

     

    Any questions?

    Contact

    Magdalena Karan

    Phone: +43 (0) 664 6202 411

    magdalena.karan@ktn.gv.at

     

     

  • Arrival by train

    Destination station: Mallnitz-Obervellach; more information: www.oebb.at

    Mallnitz is perfectly accessible by train. Intercity trains stop at Mallnitz-Obervellach station every 2 hours. The visitor center Mallnitz is only a 20-minute walk along a mountain stream and through the center of the National Park community. Thus, the visit to the National Park Hohe Tauern can start environmentally friendly.

    Getting there by car

    From Salzburg: Take the A10 going south; at the Werfen junction take the B311 in the direction of Zell am See. Continue for approx. 20 km on the main road (Bundesstrasse) to Badgastein-Böckstein, where there is a motorail service to Mallnitz.

    Or: Take the A10 to Spittal a. d. Drau, then the E66, B106 and B105 to Mallnitz. (Please note: the Tauerntunnel is subject to a toll!)

    From Vienna: Take the A2 to Villach, then take the A10 going north. In Spittal a. d. Drau take the E66, B106 and B105 to Mallnitz.


 Exhibitions in detail

 


Exhibitions

Edmund

von Mojsisovics

 

Edmund von Mojsisovics, a universal scholar and co-founder of the Alpine Club, was one of Europe’s foremost geologists and palaeontologists. Around 1900 he commissioned the construction of the Liebermann Villa, with vistas of the breathtaking summits surrounding Mallnitz. This exhibition showcases not only his extensive life work but also his special ties with the Mallnitz National Park community and the Austrian Alpine Club.

Exhibitions

NEW Our ‘Precious Water’ rangerlab is now open to all our visitors!

 

The ‘Precious Water’ rangerlab is now part of the ‘univerzoom nationalpark’ exhibition.

 

Water is both the elixir of life and a habitat. What sort of power and energy does water have? How are landscapes shaped by water? What sort of life is teeming in our mountain streams? All this and lots more is there for you to discover in numerous experimental stations. Great fun for all the family.

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