The Old Castle of Goldegg
Count Christoph of Schernberg bought the old castle of Goldegg in the 16th century and added the Rittersaal, a big hall now decorated with paintings of the Roman-German Empire, Renaissance ornaments, Christian images, and depictions of ancient myths. In 1973, the local municipality bought the building and began renovating it. The Count of Galen still lives in the village.
In the castle is the Pongau Folk Museum, Hofmarkt 1 (tel. 06415/8131 for the tourist office). It displays old tools used in the everyday lives of those who once lived here, as well as local sports equipment from the past 300 years. Guided tours in German are conducted in May, June, and September on Thursday and Sunday at 3 and 4pm; July and August Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 3 and 4pm; and October to April Thursday at 2pm. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday to Saturday from 10am to noon and 3 to 5pm, Sunday 3 to 5pm. Closed Wednesday. Adults pay 3.50€ ($5.60), children 1€ ($1.60).
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