Hüttwirt tavern

The Hüttwirt tavern

The Hüttwirt tavern has been in existence since 1594. According to research from the 1970s, the Hüttwirt is one of the oldest buildings in the region. After visiting the mining village of Hütten, the Hüttwirt tavern is the perfect place to relive the impressions the day has brought. The menu boasts seasonal specialities and regional delicacies.

Its foundations are estimated to be between 400 and 500 years old.

In the tavern garden stands the famous ‘Emperor Lime Tree’, the first natural monument in Leogang, planted in 1898 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Emperor Franz Joseph I’s coronation. Soldiers buried a bottle amongst its roots with a dedication inside.

Art has always been very important in the Hüttwirt tavern. All of its guest rooms are decorated with watercolour paintings by Werner Mayer, the late senior boss of the tavern and honorary member of the Leogang Mining Museum Association, who was passionate about watercolour painting.

Hüttwirt tavern