Peasantry, architecture and living history

If you are looking for a diversion from everyday sports life during your holidays in the Stubaital, there are ample possibilities and interesting places to discover. Some, like the local history museum in Neustift or the smithy museum in Fulpmes, beat witness to the old way of life in the Tyrol valley and its traditions. Buildings such as bridges or the railway stations of the Stubaitalbahn impress by their architecture outlasting centuries. Places with historical meaning like the Europa Kapelle or Goethe’s chapel can be the objective of a trip in the Stubaital.

Local history museum

How the people in Stubai lived one hundred years ago is shown to the visitors of the local history museum in Neustift. Housed in an old farm, the…


Crib museum

In the 500-year-old Platzwirt house in the middle of the village, there are numerous historically valuable Christmas cribs on display. Children…


Smithy museum

The smithy museum is one of the highlights of the cultural offer in the Stubai. Until the 16th century, iron ore was mined in the Schlick 2000, a…


Churches in the Stubaital

The parish church, consecrated to St. Vitus, was built in 1746/47 by Franz de Paula Penz in the Rococo style. The fresco with the church patron in the…



The number of passengers rose steadily, which no doubt is due to the many impressive panoramic views enjoyed during the approximately one-hour trip.…



In the villages of the Stubaital you will find historical buildings everywhere that bear witness to bygone days. Next to interestingly decorated…



A short walk from the lay-by at the Europa Brücke, you will find the Europa Kapelle. It is consecrated to the bridge saint Johannes Nepomuk and the…


High-profile visitors

Not only today nature lovers or active holiday-makers are drawn to the Stubaital. Famous personalities of the past also paid the Stubaital a visit.…


Suchen & Buchen