Welcome to Wolfsthurn Castle

South Tyrolean Museum of Hunting and Fishing

At home at the castle

The state rooms from 18th and 19th century

With crossbow and fishing rod

The cultural history of hunting and fishing

Face to face

Wildlife in the Alps

Baroque splendour behind 365 windows

On a hill above Mareit near Sterzing rises Wolfsthurn Castle, described by the Tyrolean historian Johann N. Tinkhauser in the 19th century as “the most beautiful castle in all Tyrol”.

The baroque castle has since its building been in the possession of the Sternbach family, and since 1996 has accommodated the South Tyrolean Museum of Hunting and Fishing.

The Museum displays the originally furnished ceremonial rooms as well as a rich cultural and historical collection on the history of hunting and fishing.

The interesting “Forest and Water” walking trail leads to the castle.

On the prowl in old walls