Local Heritage Museum of St. Veit
St. Veit im Mühlkreis, Oberösterreich, Österreich
Welcome to the St. Veit Museum of Local Heritage!
Built in 1910, the museum is to document the town’s history from the Stone Ages up to the present century. Certain sections are dedicated to the famous dog’s tombstone, as well as to the composer Hans Schnopfhagen who set the Upper Austrian anthem to music (died in 1908), and to the priest and poet Heinrich Suso Waldeck (died in 1943).
- Registration required
- Guided tour
Please get in touch for more information.
Local Heritage Museum of St. Veit Schnopfhagenplatz 4
4173 St. Veit im Mühlkreis
Phone +43 7217 6055
mobile +43 676 9331317
Fax machine +43 7217 6055 - 21
Mr Norbert Kasberger
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