The St. Veit Museum offers a hands-on and interactive experience to its visitors. The path includes seven theme areas: the railway, the postal service and telecommunications, motorisation, gendarmerie, the miniature H0 railway facility model, the driving simulator of an electric railcar, and the city’s 900-year history, including the trabants and the Goldhaubenfrauen Union (women with the golden bonnets), as well as one of the largest collections of baroque marksman plates. In the part dedicated to local history, there are also documents concerning the Carinthian referendum and the battles that took place from 1918 to 1920 between the provisional government in Carinthia and the Serbian-Croatian-Slovenian Kingdom.
Tips: Come and see our wonderful miniature H0 railway facility model and its countless details. There is a unique driving simulator, through which “anyone can become a train driver”.
Children’s programme: playing and painting area, where you can discover and drive the train alone. Try making a phone call as they did 60 years ago by using our perfectly-working telephone operator. You can even print your own train ticket at the ticket counter.
Anreise mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln
01/04-30/06 and 01/09-31/10: Mon, Thu-Sun 9am-12pm and 2pm-6pm, days off: Tue, Wed.
01/07-31/08: daily 9am-6pm, no days off
Kärnten Card Leistungen :
1 free admission to the museum per day, excl. the guided tour. Photo ID required.
Preis ohne Kärnten Card : € 7,00
Verweildauer : ca. 2 h
By car: from Klagenfurt take the S37 towards St. Veit/Zentrum; from Feldkirchen take the B94 towards the St. Veit/Zentrum.
By train: the museum is 10 walking minutes away from the St. Veit/Glan train station or from the St. Veit/Glan Westbahnhof train station.
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