Frühstück beim Skywalk, © Franz Zwickl

On time travel

Alpine and local museum
In 1926 the former "Wiener Neustädter Haus" was built by the Nature Friends as a vacation camp. The municipality bought the building in 1987 to painstakingly set up an Alpine and Local History Museum.The museum displays exhibits on various topics:

Alpinism - the priest in mountaineering garb, caves - over 180 caves in the area of the Hohe Wand, mining - source of income for the last 100 years, Roman settlement - Roman stone tomb, burial objects,...

Guided tours of the museum are also available for groups by appointment.Kleine Kanzelstraße 118 | 2724 Hohe Wand | 02638 88545
Opening hours like Naturparkstüberl:

Village Museum of the Helperstorfer family in Maiersdorf at the foot of the Hohe Wand
Franz Helperstorfer shows in his village museum the development of technology in agriculture and forestry, as well as the events of village life.
As a fireman, pitchman, hunter, farmer and forester and as a contemporary witness of the front in 1945, he started to collect interesting objects already in his youth.
Thus, an interesting collection has been formed, in which there are many exhibits of the following subjects:
Forestry, firefighting, trade and commerce, beekeeping, household, agriculture, pitching, mining, prehistory and early history and war relics.
Opening hours:
May 1 - October 31 every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month and every public holiday.