Stubing is an Austrian open air ethnographic settlement designed and constructed
under supervision of Professor Viktor
Herbert Pottler. The Austrian Open- Air Museum in Stubing
was started in 1962, although first plan to organize ethnographic
museum was proposed as early as 1908 by Rudolf Meringer. Only the
second half of the 20th century these projects were realized.
Several local building, artifacts and other examples of Austrian
rural life were brought in a signgle area in this artificial
village. Today Stubing Open Air Museum covers a total area of 60
hectares. It includes numerous traditional Austrian buildings that
characteristic of rural areas. Some of the building date back to the
17th century. You can 2- 3 hours exploring the museum. Additionally
you can venture into hilly forests that surround Stubbing to get a
true feeling of the rural life in Austria.