Even when the weather is bad, there is something for everyone to discover in Bregenz. You can linger in the centrally located vorarlberg museum and in the Kunsthaus Bregenz. You can spend a few relaxing hours in the surrounding wellness houses.

Kunsthaus Bregenz

Probably THE tip for bad weather. Because the 1880m² dedicated to art are always dry. Unless the artists want it differently.

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Der Eingang des Kunsthauses Bregenz Der Eingang des Kunsthauses Bregenz

Brave the Elements in Style

One could almost say that the beauty of Bregenz shines most when the weather is bad. Well, almost. But art houses, museums, galleries, guided tours, cafés or bouldering hall are all waiting for you on a rainy day. If you want to be active even in bad weather, you've come to the right place.

  • Museums & Galleries
  • Activities
Das Vorarlberg Museum bei Nacht Das Vorarlberg Museum bei Nacht

Insider-Tip

Between exhibitions and activities, a small coffee or snack in one of our cafés will strengthen you.

Cafés in Bregenz

GUIDED TOURS IN THE FESTIVAL HOUSE

On the suras of James Bond. And many other stars. An exclusive look behind the scenes of one of the best event companies in the world. In good weather, the lake stage can also be entered.

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Das Kunstwerk am Platz der Wiener Symphoniker mit Festspielhaus und Seebühne im Hintergrund Das Kunstwerk am Platz der Wiener Symphoniker mit Festspielhaus und Seebühne im Hintergrund
Fischsteg im im Hintergrund Sonnenstrahlen Fischsteg im im Hintergrund Sonnenstrahlen
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No no. Anything goes here. An evening at the casino is and always will be something special. Exciting packages such as Dinner & Casino are not only suitable as gifts. You can treat yourself to that.

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GALLERIES IN BREGENZ

There is a lot to discover in the galleries spread all over the city. Regional or international artists. Sometimes classic, sometimes modern. You often meet artists and exhibitors in person.

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Innenansicht der Galerie Bregenz mit Treppenaufgang Innenansicht der Galerie Bregenz mit Treppenaufgang