Tales about the Alpine ibex in the Alpine region are closely linked to the parish of St. Leonhard. Today, 70 years after the successful re-introduction of the Alpine ibex to Pitztal valley, the visitor centre “Am Schrofen” is devoted to telling this fascinating story. The accessible centre impresses with its exceptional architecture and includes an interactive exhibition on two levels, a café-restaurant with a visitor terrace as well as an info area and shop. You can observe marmots and Alpine ibexes on eye level in a game enclosure (the feeding station is accessible for wheelchair users).
Please note! That dogs are required to have a leash on the entire area. Dogs are not allowed in the ibex enclosure
Opening Times from
Alpine ibex centre (museum and game enclosure)
December - April: Thu - Sun from 10 am - 4 pm
- Adults 8,- €
- Children (aged 6 - 14, ID required) 5,- €
- Children (up to the age of 5, ID required) free
- Family ticket (2 adults with children) 24,- €
- Concessions with ID card (seniors, students, apprentices, disability pass) 7,- €
- Annual ticket (adults or children) 25,- €
Group discount (15+ guests) 10%
Group discount (20+ guests) one free ticket added on additionally
Guided tours of the exhibition/ Alpine ibex enclosure only by prior booking.
Gemeindeamt St. Leonhard, Nr. 115, 6481 St. Leonhard
There are two designated car parking spaces for wheelchair users directly adjacent to the Alpine Ibex Centre.
Restaurant: Ansitz am Schrofen
Daily from 10:00 - 18:00
Tel. +43 (0) 5413 203 59