- Castle and animal park Herberstein
- Teichalm experience
- Lake Stubenbergsee
- Summer toboggan run Koglhof
- Vorau Augustinian Monastery
- The pilgrimage church high above Weiz
- Felber chocolate factory
- Wave pool Gleisdorf
- "Kräftereich" in St. Jakob im Walde
- Eco-Park of Hartberg
- Fandler – oil production factory
- Observation tower "Ringwarte"
- Pöllau church and castle
- Steirerkraft Kernothek
- Thonet museum
- Pöllauberg pilgrimage church
- Sheep farmers of Weiz
- Excursion tips
Get to know the little and large treasures of Herberstein Animal World in Eastern Styria! Go on a safari across the continents with the whole family. Admire 85 different types of animal as if in the wild. Embark on an exciting journey through the park with Simba the mascot.
Right next to the entrance, little ones will find the petting zoo where they can enjoy cuddles with miniature pigs and goats.
Don’t miss the commented feedings of individual species throughout the day, which will enable you to see a hungry puma in action, for example. The staff reveal exciting facts about the animals, their lifestyle and traits. Every single inhabitant of Herberstein Animal World has its own story and is regarded as an individual.
Not just animal lovers, but also garden enthusiasts, nature lovers and culture vultures are catered for here. Idyllic paths and trails lead through the 40 ha estate into Herberstein Castle’s gardens. Dive into another world and allow the mighty castle to transport you back to times gone by. Fragrant flowers and vibrant shrubs invite you to spend some time in the gardens, which date back to the 16th century. They were reconstructed in line with Baroque fashion in 1997 and have shone as a prime example of that period ever since.
Next to the gardens you will find the Gironcoli Museum, which was opened in 2004 when an old barn that dated back to 1594 was combined with modern architecture. Inside the museum you can get to know the largest sculpture collection by Austrian sculptor and artist Bruno Gironcoli, who died in 2010.
The restaurants in the Animal World will round off your visit and souvenirs can be purchased from the shop. Dogs are welcome at the Animal World and can join in the fun with their owners.