The Binderholz FeuerWerk in Fügen is not only a production site, but also an adventure world, congress centre, and event location.
Along the Zillertal road, the Binderholz Ltd has created a unique adventure world: Congresses, art and galas are comprised by one facility only: the FeuerWerk Wood Adventure World. The Bilderholz itself is one of the leading massive wood producers of Europe with sites in Austria and Germany. The headquarter in Fügen comprises a large sawmill, a planing mill, and a massive wood production plant. In 2000, the first biomass heating water boilers were added.
In order to make wood perceivable for all your senses, the mere production site became an adventure world. In guided walks you can experience at the FeuerWerk Wood Adventure World (Holzerlebniswelt FeuerWerk) the modern biomass heat and power plant. Learn more about the history of timber, and have a look into the turbine room, the boiler room, and the kyoto room. At the entrance of the FeuerWerk, however, you can admire a cubic meter of timber. This is exactly the amount that grows back per second in the forests of Austria.
On the building, there is the "Garten der Lüfte" (Garden of the Skies), a beautiful roof garden. Congresses, however, can be held under the Swiss pine ceiling of the event hall: The beneficial characteristics of the Swiss pine have a positive impact on ability to concentrate and to withstand stress. The offer of the FeuerWerk is completed by temporary exhibitions and the SichtBAR, a café and restaurant with a breathtaking view on the mountains of the Zillertal valley.
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movie "HolzWerk - the path of the tree trunk":
€ 3.00 adults, young people (15-18 years)
€ 1.50 children (8-14 years)
free for children under 8 years
There are no guided tours in winter 2021/22, only film screenings: The movie is available in German, Italian and English language, and is shown a few times during the day.
The FeuerWerk Wood Adventure World stays open all year round, closed on public holidays.