Felberturm Museum


Mittersill Museum is located in the Felberturm, which was originally built in the 12th century and served as both residence and fortification for the Lords of Felben. Refunctioned into a granary in the 15th century, for 4 centuries afterwards it remained as nothing but ruins.

Finally, in 1969, the Felberturm Museum in Mittersill opened its doors again. The Felberturm was renovated from the ground up, becoming the proud home of the local heritage museum. Today, on three floors you can view exhibits that include rural craftsmanship, folk traditions and popular culture. In addition, rotating special exhibitions promise constant variety. Also belonging to the museum are a small museum of fire fighting, an old Pinzgau farmhouse and presumably the oldest schoolhouse in Mittersill, dating back to the year 1609.

Felberturm Museum Mittersill boasts one of the most extensive collections of folk-heritage objects in all of Salzburg province.

Opening Times

open from 28.05. - 26.10.2016

May and October:
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays:
1 - 5 p.m.

June – September:
Tuesday – Friday:
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays:
1 - 5 p.m.


Admission Prices:

€ 5.00, with guest card € 4.00

€ 2.50