Mining and Gothic Museum in Leogang


"the boom in mining = boom in art"

The Mining and Gothic Museum Leogang, an art museum dedicated to Gothic art in the context of mining, preserve Gothic art and European mining culture for posterity and engage the audience with this cultural memory. The high-profile collection includes outstanding masterpieces like the prayer nut of Mary of Burgundy, a woodcut by Albrecht Dürer and a panel painting by the Master of Laufen. The medieval residential and defence tower Thurnhaus is itself historic and brings to life the Gothic art and mining exhibitions displayed there.
May - Oktober  & January - March 
Mining and Gothic Museum, Hütten 10, 5771 Leogang
14 May to 31 October: Tue - Sun, 10am - 5pm, closed on Monday. In Winter from 19.02 - 29.03: MO-FR: 1pm - 5pm.

Mining and Gothic Museum in Leogang
Hütten 10
5771 Leogang

St.-Anna-Kapelle chapel

The Chapel is located at the village square of Hütten and was built in 1770 of archbishop Sigismund of Schrattenbach for the miners in Leogang. Inside the chapel was an altar of European rarity with scenes of the saints in heaven and the miners at the medieval mining village Hütten. The chapel was dedicated to the silver mining Saint Anne, because in the heyday of mining in Leogang silver was mined.

Insights into the medieval center of Salzburg

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