The official homepage of Seefeld.
Holidays in the Olympiaregion Seefeld Tirol, one of the most beautiful cross-country skiing areas in the world.
With an interactive map of the Olympiaregion Seefeld: www.seefeld-langlauf.at
The most important local museum in Austria! Get to know the country-typical costumes as well as the construction of former farmhouses and furniture. Afterwards, you have the opportunity to get to know the famous bronze statues, which are the epitome of Emperor Maximilian I, in the Schwarzmanderkirche.
The castle of the Habsburg monastery and the Tyrolean provincial prince, Archduke Ferdinand II, situated in the middle of an English garden, accommodates three armory chambers, the oldest preserved art and miracle chamber as well as the impressive "Spanish Hall".
The Swarovski Crystal Worlds are only a 15 minutes drive by car from Innsbruck. From the Inntalautobahn / A12 take the exit Wattens and follow the signs to the "Swarovski Kristallwelten".
This museum gives insights into the rural world of work and the economy as well as archaeological discoveries and also has a diverse collection of modern and traditional cribs. Particularly worth seeing are the different traditional masks and costumes.
Trips to Bavaria - Mittenwald, Geigenbau Museum
Valuable pieces are exhibited, including the violins of Jakobus Stainer, Mathias Klotz and his sons, as well as other Mittenwalder masters.
In these extraordinary rooms you can admire a very, very timid and rare creature. The Wolpertinger ... living only in the Bavarian Alps.
Grossweil, Freilichtmuseum Glentleiten
In Großweil at the Kochelsee, with a fantastic mountain view, the testimony of the peasant and handicraft culture from Oberbayern has found a second home. Original rural buildings, rebuilt in traditional construction with natural materials, combine purposefulness and beauty. More than 50 buildings have been transferred to Glentleiten. Not only large farms, but also dwellings of small houses, day laborers, andwerkers or mountain knights. Discover life 100 or even 200 years ago!