Parish Church of St. Veit im Mühlkreis
Parish church featuring a Gothic nave (1450), an octagonal tower - dating back to the early Gothic period - with an onion-shaped tower and a late Gothic chancel (1520).
In the side chapel a giant tombstone with relieves can be found. The knight Johann Seyfried Hager died in 1687, his tomb was made of red marble from Salzburg. Among the church's most remarkable possessions are the altar painting done by Martin Johannes Schmidt dating back to 1775, depicting the martyr's death of Saint Veit, and a precious wooden sculpture of Saint George, the dragon fighter (1660).