Opening Hours & Directions

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  • Keep your distance! Maintain at least 1 metre’s distance from all persons not living in your household or who do not belong to your group of visitors. Should it not be possible to maintain the 1-metre distance, a mouth-nose protective mask should be worn.
  • Wash your hands regularly! Clean your hands regularly and thoroughly with water and soap or disinfectant.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth! In this way you avoid spreading viruses from your hands to your face.
  • Maintain hygiene with your breath! Cough or sneeze into the crook of your arm or into a tissue which you dispose of immediately. Pay in cash wherever possible!
  • If you feel ill or fear that you are falling ill, stay at home or dial the telephone number 1450.
  • If you belong to the COVID-19 risk group, consider seriously whether you wish to take the risk of exposure to possible infection.

 

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Limited space available:

  • Tours/events without fixedseats: max. 100 persons
  • Indoor tours/events, fixedseats: max. 250 persons
  • Outdoor tours/events, fixedseats: max. 500 persons

 

Rules on distance:

For all tours and events (indoor, outdoor, with or without fixed seats), please maintain 1 metre’s distance to all persons not living in your household or who do not belong to your group of visitors. Should it not be possible to maintain the 1-metre distance, a mouth-nose protective mask should be worn.

 

Mouth-nose-protection:

It is obligatory to wear the mouth-nose protective mask:

  • for indoor events without fixed seats
  • for indoor events with fixed seats, when a person is not seated at their seat as well as at their seat when the 1-metre distance rule is not being maintained and there are no additional protective measures in place.

We are pleased to be able to welcome you once again in our museum. Our staff are familiar with the rules currently in force concerning hygiene and distance and would like to ensure you a pleasant visit to the museum.

Opening Hours
01. July to 31. October Mon-Sun, public holidays 9am - 5pm

Admission until 4pm


01. November to 26. March 2021 geschlossen
27. March 2021 to 31. October 2021 Mon-Sun, public holidays 9am - 5pm

Admission until 4pm


 

For very urgent matters, we are available from Monday to Thursday from 8am to 9am on 0664/934-8509.

 


We are looking forward to your visit!

Getting here

By car

Geographic coordinates: 47.15891352, 15.31533837
Parking: public parking available on site

Arrive with public transportation

Are you traveling by train, bus or tram? Then plan your visit with the Verbundlinien - the best way to get around in downtown Graz and in Styria.

By bus and train

Coach
Watzke, nr. 130
Information: Watzke Verkehrsbetriebe
T: +43-316/402003

Train 
Information: ÖBB
Train station Stübing plus 30 minutes walk to the museum

By bike

The Austrian Open-Air Museum is situated directly at the Murradweg and offers the perfect possibility for taking a break.

Please note: Balance bikes are allowed in the museum grounds, bicycles, skateboards and the like are forbidden!

May pole set-up,

Current programme



Our calendar provides on overview of all ongoing exhibitions, events and tours.

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Restaurant "Zum Goeller"

Open daily, 10 am - 5 pm, opening hours correlate with the museum opening hours
Warm kitchen 11 am - 3 pm

Since last year the visitor can eat in an historic restaurant traditional meal from the different regions of Austria. The selection of the meal is dependend on the season and the regional products. The restaurant with its unique atmosphere and the special meals offers a particular experience for visitors and their enjoyment. Menu reservation for groups available upon request.

Information & Reservation
Austrian Open Air Museum Stuebing 
Phone: +43-3124/53700
freilichtmuseum@museum-joanneum.at

Picnic at the Austrian Open Air Museum Stübing

Enjoy a picnic in the middle of a wonderful natural landscape, in the shadow of historical farmsteads with a peasant’s snack just like in the old days. The picnic basket is the ideal supplement for a family trip or for a romantic outing for two at the Austrian Open Air Museum Stübing.

Reserve your Peasant´s snack in advance either by telephone or at the cash desk at the Museum entrance. While your picnic basket is filled you can discover the Valley of History.

At the inn “Zum Goeller” in the museum valley your picnic basket is all ready and waiting for you.

Find your favourite place, lean back and enjoy the silence and the nature – as well as your delicious peasant’s snack in the Valley of History.


Information & Reservation
Austrian Open Air Museum Stuebing 
Phone: +43-3124/53700
freilichtmuseum@museum-joanneum.at

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Museum Café

Open daily, 9am - 4pm, opening hours correlate with the museum opening hours

At the entrance the visitors can enjoy handmade sweet dishes, beverages, different types of coffee and snacks for in between. Start your visit in the museum with a regional breakfast with much enjoyment: Breakfast in the café 

For groups there are offers for welcome, like Welcome - Schnaps with special bread!

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Shop

In the shops (Shop at the entrance, grocery in the museum) we offer a great variety of products:
 

  • different locally produces crafts
  • products for your home and garden from the past 
  • traditional clothing like traditional hats
  • different kinds of regional food as a present
  • books about rural culture, traditions, handicraftS and the natural environment
  • traditional games for children
  • products for different reasons and seasons


All revenue from the shop goes towards the maintenance of the museum.
In the grocery we offer selected sweets in a historic atmosphere with "Seidenzuckerl, Krachmanderl"!



Opening hours:
9am - 4pm. Please note, the shop opening hours correlate with the museum opening hours.

Contact: 
T: +43-3124/53700

Accessibility

Contact for accessibility inquiries

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Assistance dogs are welcome in all of the buildings, park areas and exhibitions of the Universalmuseum Joanneum.

The Folk Life Museum has not been evaluated by CEDOS.

For wheelchair users there is the possibility to be transported by taxi from the train station Stübing or Gratwein at own expense.

Taxi: GUSTmobile: +43-1/235 500 441

Due to its size and terrain, the grounds of the Austrian Open-Air Museum Stübing assistance is required for wheelchair users, people with reduced mobility and blind people, as well as visually impaired visitors.

We also point out that the historic buildings themselves are only accessible via gravel roads and access to the buildings with the wheelchair is not barrier-free. Driving on the museum grounds with private cars is not permitted.

The administration building with museum shop and museum café as well as the toilet facilities are barrier-free. The guest house is also wheelchair accessible and has its own disabled toilet.

House Rules

We are pleased to welcome you in our museums! In order to ensure both your personal security and the security of the items exhibited, may we draw your attention to our house rules.

Austrian Open-Air Museum Stübing


8114 Stübing, Österreich
T +43-3124/53700
F +43-3124/53700-18
freilichtmuseum@museum-joanneum.at

 

Opening Hours
01. July to 31. October Mon-Sun, public holidays 9am - 5pm

Admission until 4pm


01. November to 26. March 2021 geschlossen
27. March 2021 to 31. October 2021 Mon-Sun, public holidays 9am - 5pm

Admission until 4pm


 

For very urgent matters, we are available from Monday to Thursday from 8am to 9am on 0664/934-8509.