Hangar-7 - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport is a unique building which houses the historical Flying Bulls aircraft fleet and a collection of Formula 1 race cars. It houses the Michelin-starred restaurant Ikarus, two bars and a lounge. The building is airfoil shaped, constructed of 1,200 tons of steel and 75,000 sqft of glass surface. "Hangar 8" is the name of the maintenance facility.
Hotels near Hangar-7
Checkout accommodations closest to Hangar-7
Attractions Near Hangar-7
1.03km from Hangar-7
Stiegl brewery, Europe's largest beer museum welcomes its visitors and invites you on an informative and exciting journey through the world of beer. Here visitors have the opportunity to watch the brewers as they make their monthly beer. You can find out more about the 500-year-old brewing tradition in the museum's exhibition area. One of the exhibition highlights is the artfully decorated beer altar. The traditional history of beer brewing is reproduced in imagery.
2.42km from Hangar-7
Richterhöhe is the highest point on the Mönchsberg in Salzburg . The two kennels in the southwest of the Mönchsberg, the upper falcon kennel and the lower Bertholdszwinger are part of the historical fortifications of the mountain. They originate mainly from the Middle Ages, but are sometimes mistakenly called Lodronsche Zwinger or Paris-Lodron-Zwinger after Prince Archbishop Paris von Lodron.
2.45km from Hangar-7
A beautiful 13 hectare large standing body of water in the Riedenburg district next to the Leopoldskron Castle . Similar to the Geiselweiher at the foot of the Untersberg, which was abandoned in 1805, it was laid out before 1500 as a retention area for excess water from the Alm Canal . In the 18th century, Leopoldskron was included in the large palace gardens.
Museum der Moderne
2.45km from Hangar-7
The Museum der Moderne is located on the Mönchsberg, high above the rooftops of Salzburg’s Old City. On a total of four levels, international art treasures from the 20th and 21st centuries are presented in a stylish setting. The exhibitions and activities in both museum buildings show modern and contemporary visual arts. Apart from the presentation of international works of art, the Museum der Moderne Salzburg also serves as platform for contemporary representatives of the Austrian art scene.
2.47km from Hangar-7
The valley station of the Mönchsberg lift is on Anton-Neumayr-Platz. With a length of 60 meters, the modern lift takes its passengers up to the Mönchsberg and the Museum der Moderne in 30 seconds. From the viewing terrace, visitors have a wonderful view of the old town. Enjoy the unique view over the roofs of Salzburg, the Museum der Moderne, the restaurant m32, the Wasser.Spiegel - the water world of Salzburg AG and the many walks in the nature reserve.
2.48km from Hangar-7
The Sigmundstor is a road that runs through the Mönchsberg Mountain that connects Old Town of Salzburg and the Riedenburg district. It is the oldest road tunnel in Austria. After the 64-metre Urnerloch in the Gotthard Pass and the eastern bore of the Ilzdurchbruch in Passau (Bavaria) it is the oldest known road tunnel in Europe.
Discover More Attractions in Salzburg, Home of Hangar-7
Salzburg is a state of the modern Republic of Austria. The region was widely settled in prehistoric times, both in the mountains and the Alpine foreland, because of its mineral resources. The tourist trade, including winter sports, is a major source of income, with the main centres at Salzburg city (especially its music and drama festivals), Badgastein, and Zell am See. The state has good road and rail communications.