The old vicarage of Balzers is home to the cultural centre of the community. This area represents a unique ensemble in Liechtenstein, in the middle of which stands the striking baroque old vicarage with herb garden.
The almost 500-year-old Rural Housing Museum is a branch of the Liechtenstein National Museum.
The Domus is a gallery, museum and meeting place in Schaan. It focuses on gallery exhibitions in combination with temporary exhibitions devoted to current and historical issues.
The Gasometer is the cultural centre of the municipality of Triesen. It is located on the village road, which leads from the centre of Triesen uphill to the old part of the village.
The indoor swimming pool in Balzers is a modern bath for recreation and relaxation.
The indoor swimming pool in Eschen is the only one in the Liechtenstein lowlands.
The indoor swimming pool with warmbadet day on Fridays.
Winegrower Harry Zech has his winery CANTINA in Schaanwald. The total vineyard area of Harry Zech is about three hectares. It consists of seven different vineyards in Vaduz and Mauren.
The Fürstliche Hofkellerei in Vaduz offers both a good overview and oenological rarities that can be tasted and purchased.
The 150 metre long indoor race track of the Nendeln karting track offers everything for exciting rides with lots of fun. Up to six karts can race together on the racetrack. The karts are with two.
The ceramic workshop schädler, the oldest arts and crafts enterprise in Liechtenstein, is located in the Eschner village district of Nendeln.
For many years, the former Rössle Inn with its adjoining hall and stage was the centre of social life in the centre of the municipality of Mauren.
The Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein was opened in 2000 and is the museum for modern and contemporary art in the heart of Vaduz.
The Kunstraum Engländerbau is located on the 2nd floor of the so-called Engländerbau in the Städtle in Vaduz and shows contemporary art from Liechtenstein and the region.
Opened in 2002, Küefer-Martis-Huus is the museum and cultural centre of the municipality of Ruggell. The building dates from the 18th century and is one of the rare examples of representative baroque farmhouses in our region.
The Lawena Museum in Triesen is run by the association “Pro Lawena Museum”. Lectures, meetings and panel discussions are held in the lecture room.
The building of the Liechtenstein National Museum has an eventful history, the origins of the basic substance go back to the year 1438 due to dendrochronological investigations.
Experience language and writing live, get to know authors and artists personally – the events at the Literaturhaus are a must for literature lovers.
With around 10,000 exhibits that have been restored and also presented, Mauren possesses the largest village collection of objects and furnishings in Liechtenstein that reflect the former life and work of the village.
The former cooperative mill was built in 1778 as a stately gate. Every year in spring the maize cultivated in the lowlands is ground here.
Operetta has a long tradition in Liechtenstein. Since the 1940s, the two operetta stages Balzers and Vaduz have staged first-class performances.
“Art and Literature Days Eschen” The group Pfrundbauten active
The Postal Museum of the Principality of Liechtenstein was founded in 1930 and opened in 1936. It shows the history of Liechtenstein philately and postal services. Since 2006, the museum has been part of Liechtenstein.
PrinzenBräu is the southernmost microbrewery in the Principality of Liechtenstein. It combines a centuries-old brewing tradition according to the purity law of 1516 with the country, its monarchy, its castles and palaces.
The museum “Schatzkammer Liechtenstein” in Vaduz, which is unique in the Alpine region, shows unique objects that are closely linked to Liechtenstein and nowhere else to be found in this form and composition.
The Kleintheater Schlösslekeller, which opened in autumn 2003 in the former bowling alley of the Hotel Schlössle in Vaduz, has become an important and indispensable part of the hotel’s history over the past few years.
The TAK Theater Liechtenstein is located near the parish church of St. Laurentius in Schaan.
More than 200 exhibits from the last five centuries can be admired in the Kurt Beck Watch Museum in Vaduz.
The Walser Museum, formerly a local history museum, was founded in 1961 on the initiative of the then pastor Engelbert Bucher and documents the history of the Walser people who settled on Triesenberg in the 13th century.
Wine invigorates the senses. This is the motto of Weinbau Hoop in Eschen.
The Castellum am Eschnerberg vineyard dates back to 1983. The Castellum winery is situated in a beautiful location on the Eschnerberg and produces red wines, white wines, rosé wines, sweet wines and spirits. Besides there are.
The building ensemble bears the popular name “sLandweibels Huus” and is a real gem from a building historical point of view. The oldest part, a residential tower, dates from the High Middle Ages. From May to October.