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Local history and Ski museum

You can experience the history of Saalbach-Hinterglemm first-hand!

The steep path from the poor mountain village, the forgotten valley of the first centuries, the first mountain farmers from 1222 until the construction of the church in 1410, the first market from 1489 until the construction of the entire infrastructure of today’s tourist resort. The old national road from Maishofen to Saalbach to the now perfect traffic regulation of the entire municipality. And the first ski experiences from 1898 to the ultra modern ski resort that we have today.

You can experience interesting tours at the cultural sites of the municipality, and at the local history museum you can see the historical connection between the past and present of our homeland, as well as various other events. 

The local history museum Saalbach Hinterglemm has a farmhouse which hosts cultural events. It also contains a farm kitchen, exhibition rooms, and historical but also agricultural exhibits and a large photo gallery under the topic “Saalbach-Hinterglemm-its time”, which completes the cultural attractions of the museum.

Skimuseum

The Steinachhäusl, was a residential house of farmers’ Mitterrammer No.14 from 1698, and from 1780 was the second residence of Steinach In 1994, it was bought by the municipality and relocated and re-built next to the local history museum. The ski museum accommodates more than 200 exhibits from the ski history of Saalbach Hinterglemm.

 

SPECIAL EXHIBITION:

30+1 years World Ski Championships in Saalbach

On display are: a film summary of the ORF, an overview of the races and the medal winners, a journey through the 90s, and a description of the protagonists Marc Girardelli, Stephan Eberharter, Petra Kronberger, Helmut Höflehner, Rudi Nierlich and Ulli Maier. Also on display are the original stadium plans of the American René Lagler and the works of the universal artist Arik Brauer, which he created for the 1991 World Cup application. There is also a reprint of the original special edition of SN, which was printed daily in 1991.

 

Opening hours

Summer: Mid-May to mid-October. May, June, September October: Tue and Thu 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., July and August: Tue, Wed and Thu 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Winter: Mid-December to mid-March: Tue and Thu 14:00 – 18:00

Last entry at 5:00 p.m.

 

Entrance Fees

Adults: € 5,00

  • with the Joker Card (Summer): free of charge

Children up to 15 years: € 2,50

  • with the Joker Card (Summer): free of charge

Family card: € 10,00
Seniors and disabled people (with ID): € 3,50
Group rates (from 10 pers.): € 3,50

Local history and Ski museum

Gemeinde Saalbach Hinterglemm
General Weitlanderweg 58, 5753 Saalbach
Jokercard