Mining and Gothic Museum in Leogang


"the boom in mining = boom in art"

In its 25 years of existence, Leogang Museum has developed into a Middle Ages centre in the state of Salzburg. It now enjoys an international reputation as an innovative specialist museum and as an association for preserving the art and history of Salzburg. During its initial phase as a mining museum, the establishment of the Gothic as a focal point and the process of successfully linking the boom in mining to a boom in art, the goal has always been to spread a shared sense of enthusiasm.
May - Oktober 2020
Mining and Gothic Museum, Hütten 10, 5771 Leogang
Summer: open from May to the end of october, from Tuesday till Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Closed Monday. Winter:  Wednesday from 01.00 pm - 05.00 pm, Thursday from 05.00 pm to 09.30 pm. 

Mining and Gothic Museum in Leogang
Hütten 10
5771 Leogang

St.-Anna-Kapelle chapel
The museum area in the village of Hütten, which is home to a former mining settlement and smelting works, also features the St.-Anna-Kapelle. This chapel contains one of the few mining altars in Europe.

“Preserved for Salzburg” 

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