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Tourismusverband Großarltal

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Hüttschlag Valley Museum

"Mountain Huts - Between Heaven and Earth"

In the National Park Village of Hüttschlag, a unique interactive exhibition has been created. It explores the cultural landscape, mountain huts, and forests within the National Park. Entitled "Mountain Huts - Between Heaven and Earth," this exhibition invites you to discover a world that exists between the skies and the earth.

Approximately €800,000 was invested in this interactive exhibit back in 2015. Andreas Zangl from Graz was responsible for the artistic design of the exhibition, having previously showcased his talents very impressively at the National Park Center in Mittersill.

In Hohe Tauern National Park, not every museum covers the entire gamut of themes. Instead, each focuses on presenting regional highlights relevant to its particular area of the National Park. That said, the exhibition "Mountain Huts - Between Heaven and Earth" couldn’t be more apt for Grossarltal, widely acclaimed as the “Valley of Mountain Huts”.

Modern yet with deep local roots—this is how the "Mountain Huts - Between Heaven and Earth" exhibition presents itself. The Valley Museum is a go-to spot for those occasional days with inclement weather in Grossarltal. Not just adults, but children, too, find plenty to explore here. Highlights include Cow Bingo, memory games, and even an interactive cheese-making experience.

But don't just take our word for it. Experience the full diversity of the "Mountain Huts - Between Heaven and Earth" exhibition at the Hüttschlag Valley Museum for yourself.

Opening Hours

The Valley Museum is open daily from May 9 to October 31, between 10.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m.


Adults: € 6.00
Children: € 3.00 (ages 6 to 14)
Families: Parents pay for the first child; additional children are free (up to age 14)
Reduced Admission (for seniors, students, and persons with disabilities): € 4.00
Group Rates: From 15 people, € 4.00 per person

Ski Amadé
Salzburger Land
Nationalpark Hohe Tauern