Judenburg

Venetian Charm and Styrian Merchants

The 500 year old tower with its 75.66 m is the highest, free standing bell tower in Austria. At a height of 42 m it has a gallery offering a panorama view of the entire Aichfeld region. There in lofty heights is also the most modern planetarium of Europe that can be conveniently reached with the glass panorama lift or the more sporty way via 256 steps. The Parish Church is a Baroque Vorarlberg-style pillar church with side chapels and very diverse stucco work. The »Judenburg Madonna« made from lime stone around 1420 is a treasure of art history.

The Jesuit Monastery and Jesuit Church in the centre of town were founded in 1364 and comprise a generously spaced Baroque four-winged structure and a Gothic hall church. The Puch Museum is perfect for the entire family. Milestones of automotive development can be explored here.

The Körblerhaus is a burgher house with round arch portal and a picturesque inner courtyard. St.-Magdalena Church with its frescoes and stained glass is of the highest importance in terms of artistic skills. The Judenburg Town Museum exhibits numerous collections of history and art history of the town.