Nature Park House Längenfeld

The Nature Park House sees itself as an information hub and competence center for the Ötztal nature. The central element of the house is the natural history exhibition. It shows in a unique way special Ötztal plants, animals, habitats and geology including the valley-forming landslides. The theme of water is also presented in all its facets - from glaciers to lakes, rivers and moors.

In addition to bilingual information panels (German and English), content is conveyed via audio stations, touch screens, VR glasses and holograms. Exhibits in the form of original wood carvings reflect the claim to experience and feel nature tours in the field.

In addition to the permanent exhibition, the Nature Park House includes a 70m² multifunctional room for mobile temporary exhibitions, lectures, seminars and workshops. The building also houses a store with regional products, a library and the nature park administration.

Opening hours:
Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Entrance fees
Adults: € 5,00
Children (6 to 14 years): € 2,50
People with disabilities: € 4,00
Seniors, students, apprentices, civil servants, groups of 10 or more adults: € 4,00
Users of public transport: € 4,00

Since the beginning of April 2019, the new Nature Park House in Längenfeld is open to everyone. On just under 300 m², the Ötztal's natural diversity with all its special features is conveyed in a highly modern way.