The Bamberger Amthof reminds of the lordship of the bishopric Bamberg (1166 -
1759) in Feldkirchen.
The Amthof museum (Amthofgase 5) offers the visitors an exemplary selection of illustrated showpieces.
In the center of the sunny Glan Valley where the upper narrow bottom of the valley starts to widen and where the old Roman road crossed the Glan river at Mautbrücken is the formerly traffic controlling Glanegg castle in previously strategic location at the steep northern valley side.
With 80 sculptures made by international sculptors and following the motto “Nature and culture in harmony”, Carinthia’s largest wooden sculpture park is a unique place of strength and tranquillity. The magniﬁcent theatrical ﬁgure exhibition “Albeck lässt Puppentanzen” (Albeck lets the dolls dance), the restaurant with a kitchen open the whole day, and the gift shop make Albeck Castle a charming destination.
The Carinthian Summer music festival is ranked among the most important in Austria today. It began in 1969 on the shores of Lake Ossiach and is renowned for the classical and new musical talent that it showcases. Many musicians come to Carinthia every year and perform in atmospheric venues such as Ossiach Abbey, the mountain church in Tiffen, the "Stone House" of architect Günther Domenig in Steindorf, the gothic church St. Martin / Feldkirchen and Glanegg Castle.
The „small historic town“ of Spittal is annually the stage for Porcia comedy theatre in Porcia Castle, one of the most beautiful Renaissance-Palazzo outside Italy.
Magic masks, poison arrows, ancestral skulls and the Lingkor, the reproduction of a Tibetan pilgrim’s trail which winds up the rock in front of the museum in a spectacular way. You’ll be enchanted!
About 3000 years ago dead of the upper class were buried in Frög in huge burial mounds with precious objects like jewellery and weapons. These are the first references of a capital in the Carinthian region. The Celtic World shows our forefathers’ way of living, cult, world view and social structure in experimental archaeology.