There are numerous facilities in Styria which make our archaeological heritage accessible to the public and experienceable for visitors. Among them there are museums, nature trails with special themes, collections of ancient Roman stones, reconstructions, or single information panels. This thesis provides a detailed description of 125 Styrian facilities and covers the following aspects: archaeological content, the number of annual visitors, accessibility, the used methods of presentation, imparting and the responsible body for each facility.The author visited each facility by herself and gathered information by data entry forms during interviews. Finally the data was entered in a Microsoft Access database and analyzed in a separate chapter.It?s the target of this thesis to emphasize the necessity of a comprehensible public presentation of our archaeological heritage. At the same time it surveys the current state of Styrian archaeological sites and facilities. Best practice examples in Austria, Germany, or Switzerland, which can also be realized in Styria, show ways of presenting, imparting, and financing facilities with archaeological subjects.Beginning with the history of preservation of historical monuments the importance of archaeology for our community is discussed along with appropriate means to conserve the archaeological heritage. Hereafter, ways how to present and impart archaeological subjects are explained. At the heart of this thesis there is a comprehensive catalogue containing the 125 facilities. The collected data is analyzed in statistical tables and diagrams in order to provide an overview of the wide spectrum of archaeological facilities in Styria.