You can visit numerous exhibitions at one of the country's most impressive castles.
Tel: 0043 3355 2306
Bad Tatzmannsdorf open-air museum
Covering an area of 3 hectares, the Bad Tatzmannsdorf open-air museum contains exhibits of residential and commercial buildings from the late 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century.
Tel: 0043 3353 8515
Built as a fortification on the site of a long-extinct volcano in 1157, this medieval castle, the oldest in Burgenland, has stunning panoramic views that stretch as far as Hungary.
Tel: 0043 3322 43400
Heiligenbrunn cellar district
Home of Austria's unique wine called Uhudler. 108 wine cellars, which have been declared listed buildings, many of which are still thatched, are the central attraction in Heiligenbrunn. Cycle through Heiligenbrunn's cellar district, or Kellerviertel.
Tel: 0043 3324 7281
Border discovery route in Bildein
The border discovery route in Bildein, the Burgenland House of History and the Weinarchiv wine merchants make a visit to Bildein – the village without borders – an extraordinary experience.
Tel: 0043 3323 2597
Battle of Mogersdorf
Visit the memorial site commemorating the defeat of the Turks in 1164 in Mogersdorf and the adjacent museum.
Tel: 0043 3325 8200
The 3 km long Roman road provides information at various points along the way. The museum itself has finds from extensive archaeological digs on display.
Tel: 0043 3329 45366