Experience UNESCO World Heritage up-close – at the pavilions dedicated to the pile dwelling culture in the Salzkammergut region!
The famous pile dwelling settlements on the shores of Lake Attersee and Lake Mondsee are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Two information pavilions were set up on Lake Attersee – ideal spots for plunging into the pile dwelling culture.
Pile dwellings had to be repaired at a regular basis and could probably be inhabited for 10 to 30 years. The small houses allowed for very little privacy.
The clothes and objects to be seen on the re-enacted photographs are true to original reproductions.
open year round
From Salzburg via the A1 - Seewalchen exit continue to the parking lot at Kammer/Schörfling train station.
From Vienna/Linz via A1 - exit Schörfling or Seewalchen continue on B151
From the west - Bad Ischl-Weißenbach-Steinbach-Weyregg-Schörfling-Seewalchen continue on the B151.
Coming from Salzburg or Linz/Vienna to Attnang-Puchheim or Vöcklabruck - continue with the Kammer Bahn to Kammer/Schörfling station.
Along the Agerbrücke onto the promenade Seewalchen am Attersee is the adventure pile dwelling pavilion Seewalchen.
Suitable for wheelchairs: Not all of the legally stipulated ÖNORM are complied with. In principle, this object is suitable for wheelchairs and no assistance is necessary.