Gasthaus Föttinger (called "Zum Höllengebirge" in Mahler's day) and Composing Cabin.
Mahler's residence in the summers of 1893-96.
2nd Symphony completed, 3rd Symphony, some Wunderhorn-Lieder.
Built in the spring of 1894. After Mahler's time, used as laundry room, slaughterhouse and campground washroom. Nearly demolished in 1980.
Memorial tablet placed 1959, declared a National Memorial in 1980, then moved slightly and renovated. Reopened as a Mahler Memorial on May 4, 1985.
Located in a campground and open to the public year-round.
(Keys may be obtained in the Gasthaus Föttinger, Tel. +43-7663-342). The memorial displays pictures and documents relating to Mahler's summers on the Attersee.