Footpaths through this quiet park lead to baroque Schloss Lamberg, sitting pretty between the confluence of the Enns and Steyr Rivers. A steep passageway next to the Bummerlhaus, with overhanging arches, squeezes th…
Set in an early-17th-century granary with an eye-catching sgraffito mural facade, this museum showcases Steyr’s culture and folklore through its artefacts. The baroque and Biedermeier nativity figurines are the high…
Housed in a converted factory by the river, this excellent museum delves into Steyr’s industrial past with exhibits on working-class history, forced labour during WWII and the rise of the Socialist Party.
The spire of this Gothic church is one of Steyr’s most visible landmarks. The church shares features with Stephansdom in Vienna and the same architect, Hans Puchsbaum.
This Gothic gabled house and former pub takes its name from the figurine of a golden lion, which punters, presumably after one too many, nicknamed Bummerl (small fat dog).
Just north of the Steyr River, this twin-towered baroque church is embellished with a fresco of St Michael and the fallen angels.
Look out for this fine house on the square, where Schubert was inspired to compose the Trout Quintet.