Krimml Worlds of Water:
Water adventure centre at the Krimml Waterfalls

The Krimml Worlds of Water are an interactive adventure destination for the whole family in the Salzburg municipality of Krimml. At the foot of the Krimml Waterfalls, the highest in Europe with a drop of 380 metres, the Worlds of Water invite visitors to play, experiment and marvel at the element of water. Discover the fascinating world of the wet element and learn just how precious a commodity our drinking water is. 

Popular destination in SalzburgerLand

Year by year some 50,000 guests from across the world visit the Krimml Worlds of Water. This makes the modern visitor centre and the Krimml Waterfalls among the most popular attractions in the state of Salzburg! 

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The attractions in the Krimml Worlds of Water

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Plan your visit: Daytrip with guaranteed fun

Krimml World of Water, view from the air | © Stabentheiner

Our tip: When visiting the Krimml Worlds of Water and the Krimml Waterfalls it’s best to schedule a whole day – no matter if you get here by car, with the Pinzgau train, by bus or by taxi. Parking for cars and motorbikes can be found, as can the bus stop, directly by the Krimml Worlds of Water.  

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The Worlds of Water are open daily from 09:00-17:00 – last admission is at 16:30. Your combi-ticket is included in the parking fee for parking lot P4 or parking lot P5 (P5 for passenger cars only!).  

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Multimedia Guide:

Give a quick listen, take a quick peek & look forward to your visit!

Those already eagerly awaiting a trip to the Krimml Worlds of Water can already download the free Multimedia Guide Krimml Waters “Locandy-App” in the Play- or Appstore to their smartphone – and instantly set off on a virtual tour to the rushing waterfall and exciting natural science and physical facts. 

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Aquaszenarium in the Waterfall Centre


The Aquaszenarium in the Waterfall Centre is an underwater world focusing on the element of water. Here the impressions and sensory experiences are literally gushing out for young and old. Why do we need water for life? Where does it come from? What powers does it harbour? These are just three of the many questions that are answered here. On the observation deck with a view of the rushing waterfall a world first awaits you: Telescopes with 3-D projection! Once you have slaked your thirst for knowledge, take a break at the WasserWunderBar. 

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Aquaszenarium at the Worlds of Water | ©

Exhibition “Faces of Water”


The exhibition “Faces of Water” in the House of Water takes visitors on the fascinating journey of water: This begins as a tiny little H2O-molecule, continues as fog and mist, then as drops and snow crystals, to finally end up in rivers and seas. The last entry in the “travel log of water” is the rest in the eternal ice of Antarctica. Also in the “House of Water”: the interactive water cinema and the Swarovski-telescope with crystal-clear views of the Krimml Waterfalls. 

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Room of the exhibition "Faces of Water" | ©

Water, march – in the Aquapark!


If after visiting the indoor exhibits there’s smoke coming out of your ears and your feet are on fire, head for the Aquapark! Because in the outdoor zone of the Krimml Worlds of Water there is plenty of cooling off to be found! Meet Aqua-Max and breathe the power of water into him. Play a game of Aqua-table football or try out the water garland. Various water-play and experiment-stations ensure fun for the whole family. And the Kneipp-facility gets even the most tired legs moving again. 

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Krimml Worlds of Water Family in the Aquapark | © Stabentheiner

Power place Krimml Waterfalls


The Krimml Waterfalls with their impressive drop of 380 metres over three levels are Europe’s largest waterfalls and the fifth highest waterfalls in the world. The waterfall trail built and designed by the Austrian Alpine Club (ÖAV) leads right up to this breathtaking natural spectacle. From the barrier-free viewpoint and the observation platforms you can experience the refreshing mist and the impressive power of water amidst the wonderful Alpine backdrop of the Hohe Tauern National Park. 

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View to the Krimml Waterfall | ©