The town at the Magdalensberg with an open-air museum (3 hectare) is one of the biggest Roman archeological excavations of the Eastern Alps.
The small museum in Metnitz, an idyllic locality near the castle town Friesach, holds an extraordinary treasure.
The way leads from Gerlitzen Panorama-Kanzelbahn on the alpine nature trail to the Alpine Museum „Pöllingerhütte“.
The exhibits lead chronologically from the periods of the Celts and the Romans to the Middle Ages, including the coinage history of Friesach.
The Auer von Welsbach Museum in Althofen shows a unique exhibition of former gas lightings, metal filament light bulbs and rarest pocket lighters, as well as an originally equipped laboratory of the most important Austrian inventor and discoverer of chemical elements.
The museum was granted the Austrian Museum Certification.
This folkloristic collection show simple objects of rural life, like gadgets and tools, rustic furniture and household equipment from the past centuries - as well as the pipe exhibition "in Memoriam Hermann Sabitzer".
On a surface of 1.000 m² more cars, motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, motor-assisted bicycles.
The Carinthia Relief Model at the Schillerpark in Villach is a real must-see for all friends of models and scenic representations: the whole region threedimensional on a scale of 1:10.000 on 183 m². It had been built in 1913 an is now Europe`s largest plastic relief model of a landscape