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    Musea in Zuid-Tirol in één oogopslag

    Ontdek het brede aanbod aan musea in Zuid-Tirol: Van historisch tot hedendaags, van Ötzi tot Andreas Hofer. Bezoek een Messner Bergmuseum of een museum van de Ladinische regio. Er is voor elk wat wils. Het Zuid-Tiroolse museumlandschap is veelzijdig en de moeite waard.
    Bad Egart Royal and Imperial Museum
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs
    A real paradise for fans of the Habsburg Monarchy with a fantastic collection of antiques and other interesting items! Bad Egart is South Tyrol’s oldest spa watering place. The health-giving waters here were first mentioned in 1430 but it is believed that water cures have been popular here since Roman times. Visitors today can see some of the medicinal springs, various wood-panelled rooms which house the rich Habsburg collection, a complete Biedermeier-style kitchen and various other folklore items and antiques.

    Special Exhibition Sisi & Franz:
    The special exhibition is dedicated to Empress Elisabeth and Emperor Franz Joseph I. Franz Joseph, who ruled the Habsburg monarchy for over 68 years, and his wife Elisabeth, known as Sisi, were popular figures of their time. The couple embodied the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918. Sisi, marked by contradictions and a life away from the strict court ceremonial, became a cult figure. The exhibition sheds light on their lives through over 4,000 exhibits and invites you to discover the myth of this imperial couple.

    PRICES 2024
    • adults € 12,50
    • family ticket (2 adults with children up to 18 years) € 29,50
    • reduced admission (restaurant guests, groups of 15 or more, disabled persons, seniors (aged 65+)) € 11,50
    • scolars € 6,50

    The visit of the chapel is free.

    The Moosmair Mooseum
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The history of tourism in Acereto is still young, as there was no access road to the village until 1967. However, already at the beginning of the 1960s, the Moosmair inn regularly welcomed visitors in the summer who did not mind the strenuous walk up the mountain. Luggage was delivered by a freight elevator to the nearby sawmill.

    But the roots go much further back. Individual 'outsiders' may have walked up the steep mountain village as far back as 1800.

    These and other interesting documents on mountain farming and tourism can be found in the private Moos-eum.

    Hoamet Tramin Museum
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The Tramin Village Museum emphasizes winegrowing, agriculture, housekeeping and crafts in the Unterland region, a large Gewürztraminer exhibition as well as local customs such as the "Egetmann" carnival parade in Tramin and the new central theme "Living between North and South"

    Forts & Castles
    Menhir Exhibition
    Schlanders/Silandro, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    In 2013, two menhirs dating to the Copper Age were recovered from pieces of marble during the conversion work for a gardening shop in Vetzan near Schlanders. Since March 2017, the menhirs have been showcased at Schlandersburg Castle as part of a comprehensive thematic exhibition. In addition to these two original pieces, eighteen abstract pictorial figures made of metal are also displayed, which represent the eighteen menhirs found in South Tyrol and Trentino in recent decades.

    The two unique sculptures, with male and female attributes respectively, give us an intriguing insight into the history of the area. The male sculpture is over 3 m in height, and wears a belt from which the handle of a dagger sticks out. The female menhir wears a robe and a necklace. The original set-up of these two sculptures can no longer be recovered; most likely they formed part of a larger group of figures.
    Dolomites UNESCO Info Point
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    In the Infopoint Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Zans is shown the long history of the unique Dolomites in a time lapse.

    The rocks, once in the seabed, are now building peaks and are sloping, bent or folded. This is reflected in the architectural concept of the Infopoint.

    Fossil museum
    Mölten/Meltina, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    At the free fossil show below the  Tourist Office Meltina, which can be admired all year round, you can admire 260 million year old fossil tree remains. They originate from the Möltner Joch, where a large number of plant fossils from the more recent Permian period were found. The Fossil Museum offers an insight into the geology of the Tschögglberg on eleven display boards. In another eleven showcases various minerals, fossils and geological handpieces are shown. An exciting story of long extinct plants and animals, of deserts and seas, of catastrophic volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, of digging glaciers, plunging streams and leisurely flowing rivers.
    Churches & Monasteries
    Holy grave
    Lüsen/Luson, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    holy grave open to Easter the holy grave ist  uniquely in South Tyrol

    Taufers Parish Museum
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Sacred Art of the churches and chapels of Valle Aurina - Ahrntal, archaeological finds and loans.

    Opening hours:
    on high season every first and third friday of the month (except holiday) open from 5 to 6 pm

    Entrance fee:
    € 1,00 per person (aged 14 and over)

    Sarntal/Sarentino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Maids and servants The first historical mention of the Rohrerhof dates back to around 1280 and was earlier regarded as one of the valley’s largest farm estates. Admission ticket: volontary contirbution categories: farmer, craft, culture, Etnography

    Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park House
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Entering the museum, a film shot from eagle‘s-eye-view provides you with an unusual impression of the park. A 3D relief provides visitors with multimedia information concerning the park’s mountains, trails, refuges, lakes and waterfalls. A pendulum gives visitors a close-up look at how the mountains arose, while a kind of stone puzzle provides insight into the geological structure of the mountains. Visitor information systems give information concerning nature, the landscape and the evolution of the nature park region. And for kids there are fairy tales and legends from times past.

    Entrance free!

    Special exhibition: 02.05. - 31.10.2024
    The red deer - an endurance animal with fine senses

    Traktor Museum at the Ungerichthof Farm in Kuens/Caines
    Kuens/Caines, Meran/Merano and environs

    At the tractor museum, 30 Porsche Diesels from various model years can be examined. An experience for young and old alike!

    Every first Friday of the month from March to November at 3 pm there is a free tour (further tours available on request). Free admission, closed on Mondays.

    archeoParc Schnalstal Valley
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    archeoParc Schnalstal Valley - Get in touch with the world of the Iceman. South Tyrol's first hands-on archaeology museum is distinguished by its unconventional architecture. In terms of construction, form and material, the low-energy museum building is a homage to the Neolithic originals that archaeology has unearthed, and covers an imaginary vista sweeping through Tisental up to Tisenjoch. Depicted along the way are topics ranging from the oldest human traces in the alpine region to the Iceman and his lifestyle and economic adaptation. Life-size house models based on the archaeological evidence convey an idea of how our forebears lived.

    Scool Museum&Shoemaker workshop
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The small but fine School Museum at Tagusens shows visitors and interested people the life of the pupils between the years 1933 and 1993 and is a unique collection of furnishings and teaching documents that have been preserved on site.

    The school life in Tagusens did not mean an encounter with the "foreign" world for the "ABC-Shooters". The children in the lonely place knew each other, only the teacher changed year after year. Furnishings and teaching objects were less worn than elsewhere and thus remained intact. Nostalgic feelings and memories are certainly not absent here and seduce to a bygone era.

    On the first floor of the school museum can be visited, the old shoe factory from the `50s, of the master shoemaker "Peterlunger Gustl" from Siusi allo Sciliar.


    Museum nostalgic ski
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The museum houses old skiing apparel and ski equipment from different eras. It is located in Kastelruth and is open upon request at the Tourist Office. The museum provides an insight into the evolution of ski equipment, presenting objects from different times. Historical items are displayed, including skis, poles, shoes, ski gloves, helmets, etc.
    Places to See
    Taufers Castle
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    The particular homey character of the feudal Taufers Castle astonishes around 70,000 visitors every year. 

    As early as 1136 a noble-free family is named Taufers. In the 1220's the family built a new, generously arranged lord house, whose donjon with an attached living tower is constructed against the mountainside, as this was thought to be the possible attacking side. The powerful Taufers Castle is a dynastic seat of the Barons of Taufers with impressive and interesting fortified grounds.

    Another great hall (later used as grain storage room) is located at a secured area in the western part of the castle. The naturally given construction space is delimited by a surrounding curtain wall, where there are different living complexes, attached to it.

    In the 15th and 16th centuries the grounds were renovated into an expansive castle residence, most of them built in the early 16th century. The impressive weir system, although, dates back to the 15th century.

    Taufers Castle has been in the possession of the Südtiroler Burgeninstitut since 1977. The entire furnished and well preserved castle numbers among the greatest and most beautiful castles of the entire Tyrolean region.

    13€ (29.03.2024 - 03.11.2024 including the exhibition)

    Students/Pensioners (over 65 years old):
    9€/Person (29.03.2024 - 03.11.2024 including the exhibition)

    Children (6-16 years old):
    6€ (29.03.2024 - 03.11.2024 including the exhibition)

    ATTENTION: Guest Pass Museum is NOT valid!!

    All information without guaranteeOur new exhibition will open on 29 March and we are delighted to present the theme of this year's exhibition to you: Silent Forces of Everyday Life - Folk Belief! The exhibition will be on display at our castle until 3 November.
    Places to See
    Ancient craftsmen zone with the old "Stricker-Mill"
    Lüsen/Luson, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    At Kaserbach, where hydroelectric power was once used, lies the former artisan zone that characterized village life back then. Our path leads past the smithy, the knitter mill and the old sawmill. At that time, the grain of the Lüsner farmers was ground in the mill. The "Stricker mill", whose historical roots reach back to the year 1645, has remained true to its original function until today.

    Scoops for the Gods
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    The discovery of the prehistoric wooden scoops and ladles at Schöllberg-Göge in the Weissenbach valley at 2,197 m above sea level was an archeological sensation. The objects were made for single use, for each votive pyre and then thrown into the bog. 
    Since October 2015 "Scoops for the Gods" are on display in a specially designed exhibition room in the Pfisterhaus in Steinhaus/Ahrntal valley. 

    Free admission.

    Further information

    © Office of Archaeology, Autonomous Province of Bozen/Bolzano

    Museum Passeier in St. Leonhard
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    The museum at the Sandhof, the place of birth of Andreas Hofer is telling vividly and enjoyable how the bearded innkeeper and cattle trader became the Tyrolean hero. The constant exhibition "Helden & Wir" is drawing a line to the heroes of today. In the outdoor area there is a "Haufenhof" (heap yard) which is typical for the Passeier. The exhibition "Miër Psairer" offers a quick introduction into the dialect of the valley and the character of the people here.

    A new free audio-guide (only in German) presents a fictitious tale about the Baroque Passeirer school of painting.


    Walther von der Vogelweide is the most successful and most quoted singer of the Middle Ages and, according to historical research, almost certainly Lajen's most famous citizen from a past century. About 500 stanzas have been preserved by the master of „Minnesang“ and have been preserved for posterity in various manuscripts. On the basis of his song texts, it is possible to reconstruct his eventful life, his values and his role in medieval society. Walther was an admirer of women, a mouthpiece of his time and sometimes a strenuous contemporary due to his sharp tongue.

    The interactive exhibition in the Minnehus is dedicated to the life and work of the medieval star in more than 40 interactive, creative, acoustic and visual stations. Visitors soon realize that although Walther lived in the 12th and 13th centuries, his echo still resonates today.


    Forts & Castles
    Jaufenburg in St. Leonhard/S. Leonardo
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    The "Jaufenburg" above St. Leonhard was built in the 13th and 14th Century by the men of the Passeiertal Valley and was once a magnificent castle. As well as many picture presentation boards about the history of the castle, you can also visit the court house, shield farms, wall frescoes from 1538, listen to an audio recording of legends and enjoy the unique view.

    Traditional costume museum
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The South Tyrolean traditional costumes are renowned for their beauty. It is interesting that almost every village and town has its own costume. These pieces of clothing are worn at every festive occasion, such as religious festivities or at processions. During the time of Charles the Great, it was not permitted for farming folk to wear expensive clothing. People of the lower ranks of society were not allowed to wear more than a Loden jacket. The farmers had to wear clothes made of materials they could produce themselves. Expensive fabrics such as silk and brocade were reserved for the richer people in society. Only when Empress Maria Theresia came to power, was this law amended so that the population could wear traditional costumes of any style. This resulted in a variety of traditional costumes that are still used to this day.
    Kastelruth costumes for men: Men wear a shirt, cardigan and jacket with trousers and costume shoes. Their hat is decorated with a carnation and some leaves. The top button of the cardigan and jacketremain open.

    Kastelruth costumes for women: Women wear a long black skirt and a black velvet corset. During the winter, they also wear a black small cape and during the summer a white jacket. On top of these, there is a silver or coloured shawl with long fringes. With the jacket, they need to wear a blue apron and with the small cape a black, water-silk apron. In addition, they wear fashionable ribbons that look well with their shawl. Married women wear their hair up, with a silver hairpin and a type of stylish comb, which helps to keep their hair in a knot. Unmarried women wear pigtails that are arranged in a type of Gretl hair style and incorporate this with a black velvet ribbon.

    Nature Park House Kasern/Casere
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The information center for the nature park Rieserferner-Ahrn/Vedrette di Ries-Aurina is located at the public parking lot in Kasern/Casere at the the end of the Ahrntal valley in a simple but modern wooden building.

    On the ground floor there is an exhibit concerning the crafts and agriculture of the farther reaches of the Ahrntal valley. You will also find here information concerning the nature parks of South Tyrol. A relief provides an overview of the landscape and the view of the valley’s far end will surely make you want to hike there. The exhibition in the center’s basement provides exciting interactive insight into the fascinating world of the farthest reaches of the Ahrntal valleyl.

    A documentary titled "Prettauer Leben-Vivere a Predoi-Life in Prettau/Predoi" features village residents talking about their lives. Four cross-border paths, which form the heart of the exhibit, provide information concerning the diversity of nature in the region and the region’s history. In the projection room, visitors can view an impressive short film about nature park Rieserferner-Ahrn/Vedrette di Ries-Aurina.

    Churches & Monasteries
    Castle Prösels
    Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    Prösels Castle was built in 1200 by the masters of Völs, the noble servers of the bishop of Brixen. In the early 16th century, the head of the provincial government, Leonhard von Völs, turned the castle into a Renaissance residence. The castle as it looks today is almost entirely the work of Leonhard von Völs. In the year 1981, the company KURATORIUM SCHLOSS PRÖSELS Ltd. purchased the castle.

    Discover the Rittersaal, the Pfeilersaal, Kaminzimmer ,the Castle chapel and many other rooms in the Renaissance castle on a guided tour. Special programmes are available for school groups and families.

    In summer, Prösels Castle hosts numerous concerts in the castle courtyard or on the castle lawn and, in case of bad weather, in the Knights' Hall.

    Castle Tours: From 1 May to 31 October Prösels Castle is open to visitors who must be part of a guided tour. Closed Saturdays.

    From January 11th to March 28st 2024every Thursday at 3.00pm a guided castle tour takes place. After the guided tour a cup of "Apfelglühmix", a mulled local apple juice, will be served. Reservations within 12 pm of the respective date in the information offices or

    German and Italian speaking visitors are taken by a guide, for all other visitors guided audio tours are offered in English.

    • May- 11.00 a.m. | 12.00 noon | 2.00 p.m. | 3.00 p.m.
    • June - 11.00 a.m. | 12.00 noon | 2.00 p.m. | 3.00 p.m.
    • July - 11.00 a.m. | 12.00 noon | 1.00 p.m. | 2.00 p.m. | 3.00 p.m. | 4.00 p.m.
    • August - 11.00 a.m. | 12.00 noon | 1.00 p.m. | 2.00 p.m. | 3.00 p.m. | 4.00 p.m.
    • September - 11.00 a.m. | 12.00 noon | 2.00 p.m. | 3.00 p.m.
    • October - 11.00 a.m. | 12.00 noon | 2.00 p.m. | 3.00 p.m.


    • Adults 10,00€
    • Children (6-14 years) 6,00€
    • Groups (per person) 7,00€
    Places to See
    Nature Park Visitor Center
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The Nature Park Visitor Center of Villnöss brings visitors closer to nature and is the perfect place to dwell on. A walkable aerial photo gives visitors a bird‘s eye perspective of the Puez-Geisler Nature Park. The exhibition area “Touch the mountains” focuses on the key topic - the geology of the Dolomites. The Puez-Geisler Nature Park has been designated the “Dolomites site office” because it is home to all of the rock types, deposits and weathering that are typically found in the Dolomites. The Puez-Geisler Nature Park in the Dolomites is estendet on a area of the 3 valleys: Gadertal valley, Gröden valley and Villnöss valley.  The “Nature’s treasure trove” on the second floor contains plenty to discover: animal fur, bird’s eggs, feathers, footprints, droppings, teeth, antlers, medicinal herbs … all of which - and much more - is on display and can be touched! The “Conquering Mountains” room is primarily dedicated to alpinism. The world’s probably most famous alpinist, Reinhold Messner, comes from Villnöss. He talks about his experiences in the mountains in a short film. The “Puez-Geisler Nature Park film” is also shown daily in the mountain cinema. Leave your stress at home, discover the world of the mountains, and feel like a hunter in the woods.

    Mineral Museum Natz
    Natz-Schabs/Naz-Sciaves, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Mineral Museum is the private collection of Markus Klement (*10 April 1963, Brixen). With over 1,500 specimens on display from 50 different countries, it is one of the largest collections of such kind in the European Alps.

    Prokulus Museum
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Historic, little Church St. Prokulus, just outside the village of Naturns, is well-known for its wonderful Medieval frescos and has even more to offer now that a museum about its history opened in Spring 2006.The museum, housed under-ground a mere short walk from the church itself,  multi-media trip back into the past.

    The ticket is available at the museum. Free admission with the museumobil Card and the Museumcard. We offer tablets to guide you trough the museum trail in English.

    Opening hours 2024: 19.03. - 31.10.

    every tuesday, thursday and sunday
    10.00 - 12.30 and 14.30 - 17.30

    Closed: 01.04.2024, 01.05.2024 and 20.05.2024

    Train world museum
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    This incredible collection covers some 1,000 and extends over three floors. Older and younger visitors marvel at the model engines and coaches and can take turns driving some of them themselves. The nearby South Tyrol in Miniature Landscapes Museum is also a real hit. The railway museum, with over 20.000 exhibits, is one of Europe’s largest private model railway collections.


    12,00 € adults
    8,50 € children (3 to 14 years) 
    5,50 € school classes
    8,50 € reduction for students, people with disabilities, senior citizens aged 65 and over, groups of 15 or more

    24,00 € family ticket (2 adults + 1 child up to 18 years)      
    28,00 € Family Card Plus (2 adults + max. 3 children up to 18 years)      

    Children under 3 years free

    Guided tours by reservation! For larger groups and school classes, different opening times are possible after prior registration. Please contact the train world museum.

    Closed in winter.

    Forts & Castles
    Lagazuoi open air museum in the rock tunnel

    The route through the rock tunnel at Mt. Lagazuoi is accessible from the top station of the cable car Lagazuoi with only 10 minutes walk on an easy well signposted path.

    In 1996 the main tunnel in the rock (about 3 km long) as well as the side tunnels were restored and rebuilt at their original length. The restoration was possible thanks to the cooperation of the Italian and Austrian military corps.

    In the side tunnels you can see utensils and weapons from the First World War and information panels which illustrate the events of the war.

    At the base station of the Lagazuoi cable car you can rent tape recorders with English commentary.

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