The castle museum
Hohensalzburg Castle has towered over the city for more than 1,000 years. The castle museum bears testament to its long and eventful history, and to life within the castle. Roman coins, ceramics and wall remains, a medieval heating system, weapons, instruments of torture and a fully furnished castle kitchen are all on display.
The Rainer Regiment museum
Hohensalzburg Castle has been home to the Rainer museum since 1924, to preserve the memory of the former Salzburg house regiment, the imperial and royal infantry regiment ‘Archduke Rainer’ no. 59. Its history dates back to the year 1682. When the Duchy of Salzburg finally came under Austrian rule in 1816, the Innviertel and the Hausruckviertel in Upper Austria were assigned to the regiment as recruitment districts.
The puppet museum
Explore the marvelous world of puppets. In this museum there are many exhibits from the world-famous Salzburg puppet theater in Schwarzstraße. Have a go at being a puppeteer and find out more about the history of this unique art form!