Weingut Johann und Hedwig Gassler

Region

Explore the Kreuttal valley and explore our wines.

Here are some tips for excursions …

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  • Biking & Hiking – explore a landscape of vineyards, fields, and forests on gently rolling hills either by bike or on foot. Various cycling routes pass our village and an extensive cycle path network runs throughout the Weinviertel wine growing region. Rent a bike at the local bike rental at Gasthaus zur Eisenbahn, or explore the hiking routes in the Kreuttal valley.
  • OCHYS – Waldfreizeitpark in Niederkreuzstetten – looking for an activity that speeds up your pulse? Then visit this high-ropes course situated on the historical grounds of a 5,000 year old celtic ring wall system.
  • Himmelkeller – Hermann Bauch museum and wine cellar maze labyrinth in Kronberg
  • Original Weinviertler Bauerngarten – The Parbus family offers you a glimpse on a traditional Weinviertler farmers garden.
  • Museumsdorf in Niedersulz – a whole village from the past is the largest open-air museum in Lower Austria. 80 historical buildings from all over the region where torn down and rebuild in Niedersulz to conserve traditional rural lifes.
  • Urgeschichtemuseum in Asparn/Zaya – the Museum of Prehistory offers a snapshot of 40,000 years of history of our region with numerous reconstructions of prehistoric buildings in an open-air exhibition ground.
  • Fossilienwelt Weinviertel in Stetten – Take an expedition in time and go back about 17 Million years when a tropical see was covering our area. Visit the Weinviertler oyster reef and go treasure digging the sea sand for shark teeth and pearls.
  • Burg Kreuzenstein in Leobendorf – feel like a knight and tour this rebuilt medieval castle
  • Wildlife Park Ernstbrunn – stroll the old oak forests of this nature park and  discover deer, capricorn, and wolves
  • Schloss Wolkersdorf – in 1809 Napoleon used this castle as his headquarter; today you can learn more about ancient trade routes crossing through the Weinviertel region
  • Museumszentrum Mistelbach – Hermann Nitsch museum