The most famous owner of the Esterhammer guesthouse was Alois Graus, who was head of the Tirolean government from 1951-57. His son Norbert took over, and he together with his wife Hilda and son Norbert jun. runs the guesthouse today. For more than 250 years the guesthouse has been in the possession of the Esterhammer-Graus family, and in 1984 it received the status of an ancestral farm.
Kloster St. Georgenberg monastery and the Wolfsklamm gorge:
The monastery is located high above the Inntal valley and is the country´s oldest pilgrimage place. The monastery can be reached walking through the wild-romantic Wolfsklamm gorge past rock clefts and roaring waterfalls.
The artist André Heller created this unique exhibition centered on crystals displayed in complicated underground rooms of wonder.
Museum of Tirolean farm houses:
14 old farm houses from all over the Tirol have been painstakingly dismantled and rebuilt in Kramsach. Dive into the world of long ago.
The Achenseebahn train is the world´s oldest steam rack railway. At its last stop one can change directly to a ship and enjoy the view of Tirol´s largest lake, the Achensee lake. The Zillertalbahn train is more than 100 years old and steams twice a day direction Mayrhofen.
Zillertal Adventure dairy:
Experience closely the world of dairy and cheese making.
Innsbruck and Hall:
Innsbruck, which looks back on a 800 year old history, is located at the foothills of the Nordkette mountain range. The old town of Hall is definitely worth a visit! It might become a member of the UNESCO world heritage list soon.