Explore the the Linz steel giant voestalpine Stahlwelt
Monday to Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
Sundays and public holidays closed
Adults € 10,00
Reduced (Students, civil servants, military servants, seniors, people with the "OÖ Familienkarte") € 8,00
Children to 6 years - free entry
Children older than 6 years € 8,00
Price Werkstour (Tour of the Plant in combination with with a visit of the voestalpine Stahlwelt)
Admission Price per person € 20,00
School classes - per person € 3,00
group up to 15 people € 10,00 person
tudents per person € 3,00
Goup up to 15 people €8,00 per person
voestalpine Stahlwelt (steel world) in Linz presents a globally unique adventure world dedicated to steel. Austria's largest industrial site invites you to discover the latest technologies for producing steel.
This interactive exhibition uses multimedia to show you what lies behind the Austrian group. The latest technologies and innovative production processes of Linz steel are presented, right through to the finished product. Experience spherical production sounds from the Linz site, the play of light and exhibits to touch.
The construction of voestalpine Stahlwelt itself is also spectacular. The exhibition takes you through a giant crucible, a replica of the one used to produce steel. Oversized chrome balls, hanging from the middle of the building's ceiling, are not only an impressive eye-catcher, but also partially integrated into the exhibition.
Enter the world of steel!
Tour of the plant (Werkstour)
After a visit to voestalpine Stahlwelt, you can also experience steel production at first hand on a tour of the plant. Multimedia buses take you directly to the plant premises, to give you a glimpse behind the scenes of steel production. A visit to voestalpine Stahlwelt, sturdy footwear and physical fitness are required to participate in the tour of the plant.
Family tours of voestalpine Stahlwelt
Fancy discovering the Linz steel giant voestalpine in a playful way? That's also not a problem for families (including single parents and grandparents) with children aged 6 to 15. In Upper Austria's school holidays, special guided tours take place. Child-oriented presentations allow young scientists to discover more about steel production.
The children's programme is specially adapted to the age of the young explorers.