Fun and adventure
Freizeitpark Zell: Children who like running around and playing outdoors will find plenty to see and do in this fun adventure area.
Planetarium - observatory in Königsleiten/Wald: (28 km) The highest planetarium and observatory in Europe can be found in the pretty village of Königsleiten. It features a 6km Planet Trail designed to put into perspective the huge dimensions of our solar system.
Farmhouse museum in Kramsach: (45 km) Collection of traditional farmhouses from different valleys in Tyrol.
WasserWunderWelt Krimml/Wald: (36 km) The Krimmler Waterfalls are among the most spectacular in Tyrol and also have an Aqua Centre, Aqua Park and Aqua Vision all about the fascinating world of water.
City trips and working mines
Art & Culture
Innsbruck – The regional capital of Tyrol (60 km). The Alpenzoo Innsbruck is home to 2000 animals and 150 different species kept in natural-style enclosures, terrariums and aquariums.
Hall – Historic town famous as an early centre of coin minting (55 km)
Schwaz – Historic town which was as a major silver-mining hub in the Middle Ages (43 km)
Rattenberg – The smallest town in Austria and famous for its oldtown and glass-blowing tradition (40 km)
Swarovski Kristallwelten – The Swarovski Crystal Worlds offer a fascinating journey through the world of cut glass
Working gold mine and museum in Zell – An impressive multimedia presentation gives visitors an idea of what it must have been like to work underground 350 years ago mining gold.
Dairies, farmyards, distilleries
Take a Look Behind the Scenes
A number of producers and farmers in the Zillertal Valley invite visitors to take a look behind scenes and see how some traditional products such as cheese, dried bacon, schnapps and other local specialties are made.
Guests can follow the manufacturing process from the raw ingredients all the way through to the end product. And, of course, they have the chance to try some of the food and buy items to take home with them. After all, the proof is in the tasting!