This is a good way to get an overview of the old town and it’s main attractions. You can listen to the town’s history and fun facts in 8 different languages while exploring the town.
Pöstlingberg /Grottenbahn (Grotto Railway)
One, if not THE most thrilling experience children aged 3-5 have to experience at least once in a year.
Take a ride on the smoke-spitting dragon and visit the world of the Brothers Grimm and other spooky Characters in the cellar of this old tower on top of Linz most famous hill.
Afterwards you will enjoy the beautiful view over the whole city.
Opening Hours of Grottenbahn
September 1st to November 1st 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Advent Sundays and 8th December 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Ars Electronica Centre
This is a museum about Biotechnology and genetic engineering, neurology, robotics, prosthetics and media art, the way we are communicating and how we will in the future.
The name LENTOS is Celtic for "located at the bend of the river"; predecessor for the Roman name "Lentia" for Linz. This museum for modern art has become one of Linz most known sights.
This theatre was opened in 2013 and is becoming a hot spot concerning musicals, operas and ballets. If you consider going there better be quick reserving tickets. They are usually sold out quickly.