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Hangar 7 in Salzburg is an impressive building that houses the collection of Dietrich Mateschitz and the Flying Bulls. It acts as a multifunctional event location as well as a museum and hosts a fascinating collection of historical airplanes, helicopters, and Formula 1 racing cars. The place offers visitors the opportunity to delve deeper into the evolution of aviation, space travel, and motorsports. In addition to the technical exhibits and art exhibitions, guests can also experience culinary delights at the highest level in the various restaurants and bars of Hangar 7.
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5 tips for visiting the Hangar 7

Airplane in Hangar 7
Highlights for aviation and motorsport enthusiastsTake the opportunity to explore the impressive collection of historical airplanes, helicopters, and Formula 1 racing cars. Hangar 7 offers fascinating insights into the development of aviation and motorsport.
Formula 1 car from Red Bull
Marvel at the architecturePay attention to the innovative architecture of Hangar 7, which is a work of art in itself. The unique design of the building is a perfect backdrop for the exhibits displayed. Hangar 7 was built under the direction of the Austrian architect Volkmar Burgstaller.
Culinary ExperiencesReserve a spot at one of the various restaurants and bars in Hangar 7! The culinary establishments offer a wide range of international and regional delicacies. At Ikarus, you enjoy exquisite dishes in a stylish ambiance. Every month, another top chef sets the tone. Find out in advance who will be cooking during your visit to Ikarus. Unfortunately, free tables are hardly available at short notice.
Keep an Eye on EventsFind out about upcoming events at Hangar 7 before your visit. The building not only serves as a museum, but also as a venue for various events, festivals, or TV productions.
Panoramic view over SalzburgVisit the lounge on the top floor of Hangar 7 to enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding Salzburg landscape.
Exhibition space Hangar 7 | Flickr: Neuwieser CC-BY 2.0

The Hangar 7 in Salzburg

A fusion of architecture, art, technology, and cuisine
Hangar 7 Exhibition Space | Flickr: Neuwieser CC-BY 2.0

The Wings of Salzburg

In the heart of Salzburg sits an architectural gem that captivates not only motorsport and aviation enthusiasts but also art lovers and gourmets alike: Hangar 7. Built by the visionary founder of Red Bull, Dietrich Mateschitz, who sadly passed away in 2023, this unique building is not just a hangar, but a place where history, technology, and culinary delights blend harmoniously.

The history of Hangar 7 starts with a passionate vision that goes beyond the boundaries of the conventional. Mateschitz, a lover of airplanes and motorsports himself, wanted to create a place that not only serves as an exhibition hall but also as a location for encounters and innovation. The reason for this idea was that the Innsbruck hangar, where the current exhibits were located, simply became too small. In 2003, just 4 years from the idea to its opening, this vision became reality.

Hangar 7 is not just a museum, but a vibrant place of diversity. The impressive collection of historic airplanes, helicopters, and Formula 1 race cars tells the riveting story of aviation and motorsport. Each exhibit is not just a technical masterpiece but also a testament to the progress and passion driving these industries. The largest exhibit and simultaneously the biggest machine of the Flying Bulls is a Douglas DC-6B. Besides the aviation and motorsport exhibits, visitors can also admire exotic plants that create a cozy atmosphere in the glass-dominated building.

Also, art and photography exhibitions are carefully curated and regularly change. Art objects in Hangar 7 are uniquely presented, as they are moved depending on the weather and lighting to cast them in a different, more pleasant light. In Hangar 7, technology meets art, proving that both can go hand in hand. The mutual inspiration of technology and art also aims to be possible for artists and art enthusiasts, creating a space for exchange.
Red Bull Stratos - Felix Baumgartner's suit

More than a hall

Hangar 7 is much more than just an exhibition hall. The various restaurants and bars located in this impressive building make Hangar 7 a culinary hotspot beyond that. From international haute cuisine to regional delicacies, Hangar 7 offers a rich selection for gourmets. Here, taste and technology merge into a unique experience. Every month, a different guest chef cooks at the Restaurant Ikarus. The chef does not have to adhere to any specifications, as Ikarus stands for variety. More about the premises of Hangar 7 can be found in part 2 of the editorial below.

Hangar 7 is also a stage for events that go far beyond the world of motorsports and aviation. From air shows to art exhibitions to culinary festivals, this place offers room for creativity and innovation. TV formats of the broadcaster Servus TV also find the perfect backdrop in Hangar 7. Thus, shows like Talk in Hangar 7, where interesting personalities discuss current topics, or Sport and Talk in Hangar 7 are recorded and broadcasted here.

Hangar 7 is a place that invites to surpass the boundaries of imagination and to experience a unique synthesis of architecture, history, and delight. Hangar 7 is not just a place, but an experience that takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the spheres of innovation and aesthetics.
Threesixty Bar

The Cuisine in Hangar 7

Culinary delights that lift you off!
Fine Dining | Flickr: City Foodsters CC-BY 2.0

Restaurant Ikarus

The Restaurant Ikarus has around 40 seats and offers its visitors a different highlight each month. International top chefs take turns monthly to create a new menu. The two constants that ensure a consistently high quality are chef Eckart Witzigmann and executive chef Martin Klein.

Carpe Diem Lounge - Café

The cozy lounge serves breakfast from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM and makes the morning coffee an experience among the impressive airplanes. From noon, in addition to coffee and tea, small dishes for in-between meals and sweets are also served.

Mayday Bar

Mayday has replaced the SOS call in aviation and maritime. It comes from the French 'Venez m’aider' and means 'Come to help me'. The Mayday Bar stands for international dishes and drinks. On Fridays and Saturdays, a DJ plays from 7:00 PM. From the Mayday Bar, you can view the displayed airplanes from a bird's-eye view while enjoying cocktails. The foodsharing concept consists of bar-food dishes specially designed for the Mayday Bar, inspired by the collaboration with guest chefs.
Red Bull Cocktail | Unsplash: Danny Howe CC-BY 2.0

Threesixty Bar

Suspended directly under the dome of Hangar 7, the Threesixty Bar can only be accessed via a footbridge. Here, a maximum of 20 visitors enjoy ORGANICS by Red Bull. These are used for cocktails, served as mixed drinks, or drunk straight from the can. Even the floor of the Threesixty Bar is glass, offering an incredible view of the exhibits.

Outdoor Lounge

The Outdoor Lounge is only open during the summer months and is a restaurant that specializes in BBQ. What ends up on the plate is up to the guests. The menu is simultaneously an order card, on which you can choose what the team around Martin Klein may to serve you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I attend a TV recording of the Servus TV formats?

Yes, you can sit in the audience. The tickets for this are free of charge, but there is a one-time booking fee of €5 for up to 9 tickets. Read more.

Are dogs allowed in Hangar 7?

Yes, but not everywhere. Dogs are allowed in the exhibition area and the Carpe Diem Lounge. In the Restaurant Ikarus, the Mayday Bar, the Threesixty Bar, and in the Members Club, dogs are not allowed. Read more.

Are exhibits still in use?

Yes! Some exhibits are not always on display as they are used for airshows and events. It's best to call ahead of time to make sure the exhibits you want to see are actually in the hangar. Read more.

May I sit in the airplanes?

No, only the pilots are allowed to sit in the airplanes. Read more.

Are the exhibits maintained in Hangar 7?

No, the historic aircraft of the Flying Bulls are maintained in the neighboring Hangar 8. However, Hangar 8 cannot be visited. Read more.

What material is Hangar 7 made of?

Hangar 7 is made of 1,200 tons of steel and 380 tons of bent special glass. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The airplane museum of Hangar 7 is open from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm. On Sundays and public holidays, the airplane museum closes at 8:00 pm. Always inform yourself in advance about special or differing opening hours due to closures for events.

The restaurant and bars as well as the merch shop have different opening hours. Please inform yourself about the different opening hours before your visit.


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Admission to the airplane museum is free. If you would like to visit the restaurant or the bars, you should reserve a table in advance.


Red Bull Hangar-7 GmbH
Wilhelm-Spazier-Straße 7A
5020 Salzburg

how to get there

By car, Hangar 7 is easy to reach. Directly opposite there is a parking lot with about 70 free car parking spaces.
Hangar 7 can also be easily accessed by public transport with bus line 2 (Karolingerstraße stop) or bus line 10 (Pressezentrum stop).
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