© Foto: Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH/Robert Maybach: Gesellige Runde am Wolfgangsee
Gruppe junger Menschen auf einem Steg am Wolfgangsee

Prevenhuber Haus

Weyer, Oberösterreich, Österreich
  • All weather

Welcome to the Prevenhuberhaus!
The Prevenhuberhaus was built in the 2nd half of the 16th century in the style of a late Gothic town house. After the foundation of the Innerberg main trade union in 1625, the building became the property of the Preuenhuebers (later Prevenhuber). The renaissance portal from 1642 made of Aflenz marble with the coat of arms of the Innerberger Hauptgewerkschaft is a mighty representative sign. The double eagle is emblazoned on the mighty wing door (around 1800). At the beginning of the 19th century, the house was a land registry office of the market town of Weyer, and in 1813 it became the property of the bishop. Since then it has housed craftsmen's workshops and business premises. 
The new owners, Maria and Konrad Neubauer, designed the ground floor of the house as a cultural facility for Weyer. It is intended to be a showcase for the vibrant contemporary cultural potential and to open up a space for visual arts, literature, history and music, as well as to promote an interdisciplinary perspective. One of the main focuses is on photography and media art.

Closing day
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General price information

Prices on demand!

  • Price on request
  • All weather
  • Suitable for seniors
  • Suitable for single travelers
  • Suitable for friends
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Please get in touch for more information.


Prevenhuber Haus
Marktplatz 6
3335 Weyer

mobile +43 664 5510248
E-Mail kultur@prevenhuberhaus.com
Web prevenhuberhaus.at

Contact person
Family Maria und Konrad Neubauer

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