Tourismusregion Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

Museums & Galleries


Klagenfurt am Wörthersee is home to a wide variety of museums and galleries, both in the heart of the city as well as in surrounding areas. Works by art greats such as Andy Warhol, Oskar Kokoschka, Paul Klee and Gustav Klimt have all been on display at the Stadtgalerie.

At more off-the-beaten-track locations, we find ourselves standing before the likes of the Gustav Mahler Composing House, a botanical garden and an antique tram. Numerous smaller galleries in and around Klagenfurt also draw art-loving visitors to their interesting exhibitions.

The Armorial Hall of the Landhaus, where the Prince´s Stone and 665 coats of arms are exhibited, is one of the most popular witnesses to the history of the country. Josef Ferdinand Fromiller, Carinthia´s most famous Baroque painter, painted.. Read more

The Museum of Modern Art Carinthia is an institution supported by the State of Carinthia and is dedicated to collection, preservation, research, documentation, communication as well as general support of modern and contemporary visual arts. Read more

Presented on around 300 m² at this year-round institution, art lovers have a wide range of exhibitions to choose from: the spectrum ranges from painting, sketches, sculptures, photography and fashion, all the way to design and new media... Read more

Architektur Haus Kärnten is a hub and meeting place for architecture, culture, art and design. As a forum for an interested public, it seeks to promote architectural consciousness within the province by means of exhibitions, excursions,.. Read more

The ARTLANE gallery is a platform for contemporary urban art in Klagenfurt. Within the historical walls of former stables in the historical district, the works of young talents are shown along with those of select representatives of.. Read more

At the EBOARD MUSEUM, which is Europe’s biggest museum dedicated to keyboards and pop music, you will find some 1500 musical instruments from the worlds of pop, jazz, beat and rock, including many original instruments that once belonged to.. Read more

In the gallery of the Europahaus, professional and amateur artists are invited to put their works on display. The galleries are open free of charge to everyone year-round. Read more