© Donauschlinge Schlögen © Upper Austria Tourism / Steininger
Donauschlinge Schlögen © Upper Austria Tourism / Steininger

OÖ. Jagdmuseum

St. Florian, Oberösterreich, Österreich
  • Suitable for groups

A Warm Welcome to the Upper Austrian Hunting Museum!

Museum - Architecture - History

This fine museum, located in the former Hunting Lodge of the Monastery of St. Florian, houses one of the best collections of antique hunting equipment in the world. A rich variety of items presents a panorama of hunting techniques and the different aspects of hunting law spanning four centuries. Case upon case of beautifully engraved firearms, crossbows, paintings, tools and equipment await your eyes.
Pride of place is given to an exquisite collection of hunting porcelain and the rich hunting collection of Baron of Bistram (1580-1804).

This former Hunting Castle is the only secular building of Austria´s famous baroque master builder Jakob Prandtauer (1722-1732).

Today, the place houses historic hunting equipment, artifacts, memorabilia and art objects, many of it fishing related as well.

April 01 to October 31
Tuesdays to Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Closing day
  • Monday
Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
  • Toilet facility
Payment methods
Other payment methods
Cash payment
Discounts (Age-related / Groups)
  • Children
  • Student groups with school class
  • Groups
Other discounts

Adult Ticket: EUR 2.20
Child Ticket (ages 6 to 15): EUR 1.90
Discounted Group Tickets

Discounts (Memberships)
  • Suitable for groups
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn

Please get in touch for more information.


OÖ. Jagdmuseum
Hohenbrunn 1
4490 St. Florian

Phone +43 7224 20083
Fax machine +43 7224 20083 - 15

Contact person
Harald Moosbauer

mobile +43 699 12735735

We speak the following languages