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Exhibition
at the Ibex House

Explore the fascinating world of the Hohe Tauern from a new perspective!

Opening hours

Group tours (from 8 people) are also possible outside the opening hours on request.

Late season

September 9 to November 3, 2024

10.00 to 17.00, closed on wednesdays

Friday, 5.00 pm, guided tour of the exhibition "The King and his Throne"

High season

July 4 to September 8, 2024

daily from 10.00 to 18.00 hrs

Friday, 5.00 pm, guided tour through the exhibition "The King and his Throne"

Familie bekommt von Nationalpark Mitarbeiterin Erklärung über den Fuchsbau
Familie bedient einen Monitor in der Ausstellung im Haus der Steinböcke

Admission fees

  • Adults without / with guided tour
    10,00 € / 11,50 €
  • Children (6-15 Jahre) without / with guided tour
    5,00 € / 5,75 €
  • Concessions (senior citizens, recruits in military service, students):
    7,50 €
  • Reduction with the Großglockner high alpine road ticket: Adults / Children
    8,50 € / 4,25 €
  • with Carinthia Card or overnight stay at the National Park partner businesses
    free
  • guided tours with Carinthia Card or overnight stay at the National Park partner businesses Adults / Children
    4,00 € / 2,00 €

Fees for groups (from 8 people) upon request


Our Exhibition

2 Kinder sitzen mit Frau vom Nationalpark vor einer Steinwand mit Steinböcke

Permanent Exhibition

The King
and His Throne

Our adventure exhibition lets you track the Alpine ibex through seven exhibition rooms over three levels. Walk across the sheer ‘rock face’ and find out more about the high-mountain habitat and all its facets. The seasonal and daytime migrations of the mighty Alpine ibex are recreated just as authentically as the continual struggle for survival in high-mountain habitats, all of which usually remains hidden from us as human beings. Besides numerous models and interactive games, the exhibition also offers cinematic flights of fancy. Indeed, state-of-the-art technology invites you to get to know famous mountain formations from the eagle’s perspective and to experience large-scale, small-scale and micro-habitats up close.