Currently restoration measures are underway on the listed main building of the State Museum of Carinthia, even during this year which marks the ‘130th anniversary of the Rudolfinum’. The partial demolition of the ageing exhibition architecture has brought to light new and fascinating aspects of the museum rooms. After decades the historical structure of the rooms is once again visible …
– Rudolfinum: even as a building site worth a visit – guided tours of the building site address ideas of new designs for the conception of space and function
– Heraldry Room in the Landhaus Klagenfurt: Josef Ferdinand Fromiller, one of the most renowned Baroque painters of Carinthia has created one of the most beautiful and impressive halls in the state.
– Carinthian Centre of Botany: the fascinating world of plants of Carinthia in condensed form, complemented by special features from all over the world.
– Archaeological Park Magdalensberg: one of the largest excavation sites of the Roman era in the eastern Alpine area.
– Roman Museum Teurnia: tracing the inhabitants of Teurnia – a once thriving Roman provincial capital of the 5th and 6th century AD.
Tue to Fri from 10 am to 6 pm / Thur from 10 am to 8 pm / Sat, Sun and bank holidays from 10 am to 5 pm.