For centuries, the town of St. Leonhard in Wonneberg, with the pilgrimage church of the same name, has been the destination of pilgrims who worship the patron saint of horses. Today the little church also attracts visitors interested in art. The Salzburg Prince Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach had the church completed in 1496 in the late Gothic style. In 1630, an early baroque painting followed with frescoes worth seeing, which were uncovered again during renovation work in the 1980s. The four late-Gothic altarpieces (1511-1513), which are among the highest-quality works from the workshop of Gordian Guckh from Laufen, are also real treasures. Today's furnishings and the new high altar date from the 19th century. The performances of the Leonharder Goasslschnalzer are worth seeing.