Various stops are set up which tell about the films that were shot there in the late 1940s and early 1950s, as well as the actors and directors of this era. With loving attention to detail, stories and anecdotes were collected and brought back to life here at the lake.
The walk also offers a few things for children - they start at the Passion Playhouse and learn about the Thiersee cinematic history at the visitors’ centre and the adventure walk – then it’s time to set off down to the lake.The first stop, which is about the movie "Das Doppelte Lottchen" (The double Lottie) invites children to adventorous play on the playground, and then the walk continues to the subterranean passages (behind the swimming pool) of "Blaubarts Burg" (Duke Bluebeard's Castle).
All adventurers are sure to get their money’s worth in the old dungeons. The walk continues along the lake shore – take a journey through Thiersee’s cinematic history, until you finish the circuit at the stop about the film "Wintermelodie".The final stop not only provides an insight into the story line of the movie, but also invites you to stop for a romantic break.
This project was co-financed with funds from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Dream factory theme trail