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SALZWELTEN TEMPORARILY CLOSED

From Monday, 22 November 2021

 

Due to the current situation, our salt mines in Salzburg, Hallstatt and Altaussee are closed until further notice. We will inform you here on our website as well as on our social media channels about news and a possible reopening date.

See you soon & Glück Auf!
Your Salzwelten-Team

Discover worlds of salt! The perfect family outing – in rainy weather or sunshine!

Salzwelten Salzburg: Discover a new interactive world of salt experiences!

“Everything’s new!” is the apt motto on the Dürrnberg. Aside from the new reception area, you are now greeted by an interactive journey through time and the entire salt cycle: Allow us to introduce you to the world of modern salt production. After a swift ride underground on the mine train, the gates to four epochs of salt mining will be opened to you – from mining as it is done today, you will then pass through the golden Baroque age and the murky Middle Ages, finally arriving in Celtic times. Want to learn more about the “Essence of Life”? Then be sure to explore the Celtic Mountain including SALINA Celtic Village, the Salt Manufactory and the playground. The cool & clever companion for all explorers big and small: the new AR Explorer App.

Weitere Infos zum Ausflugsziel in Salzburg

Salzwelten Hallstatt: Explore the world’s oldest salt mine!

The people here in Hallstatt are well-grounded. Some might even say we are quite “deep”. Be that as it may, even we resort to superlatives from time to time. In this case, proudly able to claim that this is indeed the oldest salt mine in the world. Not to mention the oldest wooden staircase in Europe. Crowned by the most breathtaking views imaginable across UNESCO World Heritage Hallstatt – from the 360 meters-high Skywalk. Incidentally: The Salzbergbahn funicular carries you quickly and comfortably all the way to the top. Inside the mountain itself, state-of-the-art media technology brings history to life: Inside ancient tunnels, embark on a journey of discovery to the beginnings of salt mining 7000 years ago – to the very roots of an entire epoch. An adventure for the whole family!

Dein Ausflug ins Salzbergwerk Hallstatt

Salzwelten Altaussee: Experience the biggest active salt mine in Austria!

An exciting mix awaits you at Salzwelten Altaussee in the Styrian part of the Salzkammergut region: Here, the biggest currently active salt mine in Austria meets a Hollywood-worthy story of looted art stolen by the Nazis. Where pure orange-and-red rock salt shimmers inside dark tunnels and a mystical chapel – it was there that the courageous miners of Altaussee once saved some of Europe’s greatest artworks from destruction by the Nazi regime.

More about this exciting story on the blog: The history of Altaussee salt mine: Of the Middle Ages, “Monuments Men” and 1.47 million m³ of brine

Entdecke das Altausseer Salzbergwerk

Salzwelten Shop in Bad Ischl: Taste the salt from Austria’s mountains!

If you used to think that salt was just salt, the Salzwelten Shop in Bad Ischl will definitely open your eyes to a whole new world. You see, the selection of BAD ISCHLER products is so diverse that it is able to offer the right salt for every taste and every occasion: mild, hand-drawn salt pyramids for gourmets and foodies. Flavorful organic-grade seasoning salts that lend that extra-special something to any dish. And those classic natural salts – a must in every kitchen. Even if you are hunting for a perfect palate-pleasing gift, you will also find just what you had in mind: a gift basket filled with regional salt products,  rare salts from around the world, aromatic wellness products or tasteful décor – when you give salt, you give a pinch of pure happiness!

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Salzwelten Destination Guide & Audio Guide

Hier können Sie sich Ihren Audioguide für die Salzwelten herunterladen. Es sind die Standorte Hallein, Hallstatt und Altaussee auf dieser App zusammengefasst.