Goldegg Castle is one of the most important cultural and educational centers in the province of Salzburg, located about 60 km south of the city of Salzburg.
The former castle was built in 1323 by the lords of Goldekke "to the lake on the Pühel".
After numerous changes of ownership, the castle has been in the possession of the Goldegg municipality since1973.
After a thorough renovation for the provincial exhibition "Reformation - Emigration" in 1981, Goldegg Castle became an important cultural and seminar center, which also contains some historical treasures.
Today, Goldegg Castle houses numerous facilities: a cultural and seminar center, a local history museum, a painting academy and the Castle Cafe.
Furthermore, there is a memorial room to the Protestant expulsion in 1731/32 of the "Salzburger Verein Bielefeld", "Wohnen im Turm" and a "Leseturm" with an extensive archive.
Goldegg Castle is particularly well known for the GOLDEGGER DIALOGUE, which has been held annually around Corpus Christi since 1982.
This forum with outstanding speakers focuses on current social issues in lectures, discussions and workshops.
The 40th GOLDEGGER DIALOGUE will take place from June 15 - 18, 2022 on the theme "Allconnectedness. Living out of the love for everything" will take place. All topics and speakers can be found here :
From the GOLDEGGER DIALOGEN the seminar series "BEGEGNUNGEN AUF SCHLOSS GOLDEGG" developed, which offers approx. 60 seminars to health, joy of life & change.
Throughout the year the association invites to cultural events such as concerts, readings, cabaret, exhibitions, films, symposiums, etc.
In ecological matters, the cultural association acts as sustainably as possible and is a certified GWÖ ("Gemeinwohl") company as well as a "Green Meeting" organizer and bearer of the "Eco-Label".
All dates for cultural and seminar events at Goldegg Castle can be found under the following link:
to Schwarzach-St. Veit (IC/EC-station), from there with the "Sonnenterrassen-Bus" or by taxi to Goldegg (4 km)
from direction Vienna/Munich: Tauern motorway - exit St. Johann/Gasteinertal - B 311 - after the end of Schwarzach - turn off to Goldegg.
from the direction of Innsbruck:
turn left before the beginning of Schwarzach.
Attention: do not drive through the tunnel!
(applies to both directions)
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