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    Musea van de Dolomieten

    Het museum bestrijkt hier een breed spectrum: Van historisch tot hedendaags, van lokaal tot internationaal, van middeleeuws kasteel tot hedendaags architectonisch hoogtepunt, van aangenaam tot irritant. Ontdek de verschillende musea in de Dolomieten. 

    Mineral Museum of Teis
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    A fantastic experience for the whole family!

    The Mineral Museum Teis is dedicated to the famous Geodes of Teis which formed thanks to volcanic activities more than 290 million years ago. Besides Geodes of Teis, there are also exhibited other alpine minerals (rock crystals, smoky quartz, garnets etc.). The collection is Paul Fischnaller’s lifework who dedicated his life to the minerals.

    A short introductory film gives insight into the formation of the Alps and the minerals. In the well-assorted museum shop you can purchase books, souvenirs, gemstones and healing stones.

    Join Paul Fischnaller on his search for Geodes of Teis! Every Thursday, reservation required.

    Doll Museum
    Pfalzen/Falzes, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Unique in South Tyrol! The big doll museum in Pfalzen whisks visitors away to an imaginative, playful world. The exhibition includes various doll houses, play dolls, puppet dolls, doll shops and much more.

    Free entry!

    The museum is closed!

    Venetian saw mill "Steger Säge"
    Tiers am Rosengarten/Tires al Catinaccio, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The Nature Park House is located in the former "Steger Sawmill" in Tschamin Valley in the Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park. The sawmill is a rare example of a water-driven Venetian sawmill. The building was renovated in recent years, and the sawmill is back in operation. Inside the building you can now admire the sawmill and the restored living area, evidence of alpine handcrafts and culture. free entrance

    Virtual reality corner
    Karneid/Cornedo all'Isarco, Dolomites Region Eggental
    The star experience in the First European Star Village now begins directly at the Steinegg tourist office.
    In the newly installed virtual reality corner, visitors can experience a rocket flight, walk around the International Space Station (ISS), visit distant planets and much more.
    With the interactive Roto VR gaming chair and 3D glasses from Oculus Quest, you'll be right in the middle of the action or space adventure. Via 5 apps you can enter 5 different worlds of experience:

    Space Explorers is the biggest production ever filmed in space. Join eight astronauts on different missions on the International Space Station (ISS) and get an insight into the joys, wonders and dangers of life in orbit.

    Experience life aboard the International Space Station and learn how to navigate weightlessness. Dock onto a space capsule, take a spacewalk and be guided through archive videos on the ISS by real NASA astronauts.

    APOLLO 11
    Experience this historic event through the eyes of those who witnessed it with a mix of original audio and video footage from the archives, as well as faithful recreations of the spacecraft and locations.

    Shuttle Commander is a flight simulator where you control the space shuttle and land it at various real landing sites. You can also experience the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope from the cockpit of Discovery. You can also view some amazing images of the Hubble Space Telescope.

    Explore our solar system in this beautiful and accurate real-time simulation. Float through space and observe planets where no man has gone before. View the constellations of our night sky as arrangements in space and time.

    This virtual reality corner was realised through the Interreg project SKYSCAPE in cooperation with the municipality of Karneid|Cornedo and the Steinegg Tourism Association.
    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.

    Star observatory "Max Valier"
    Karneid/Cornedo all'Isarco, Dolomites Region Eggental

    Run by the Max Valier Association of Amateur Astronomers, the star observatory in San Valentino di Sopra is the only observatory in South Tyrol.

    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.

    Visitor Center Nature Park Schlern-Rosengarten Seis
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    Visitor Center Nature Park Schlern-Rosengarten: The area of the nature park Schlern-Rosengarten has a diversified history, not only in its prehistoric formation. The resulting flora and fauna as well as the management by the people, along with their customs and myths, have left their mark. The exhibition in the Visitor Center Nature Park tries to show all aspects of this area’s unique geology, which was the main reason leading to being named as a Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the flora and fauna, which has always been a source of attraction and inspiration for scientists and nature lovers. In laborious detail work, the inhabitants of this area contributed significantly to the preservation of this valuable cultural and natural landscape. In addition to the exhibitions of the Visitor Center Nature Park department, the tourist office Seis am Schlern and the village library complete the offer for guests and locals.

    Forts & Castles
    South Tyrolean Folklore Museum
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The South Tyrolean Folklore Museum is the oldest of the provincial museums in South Tyrol and offers a view of social life in the past. The noble residence “Mair am Hof”, built in the 17th century, gives you the opportunity of following a striking itinerary through the refined world of local aristocracy. The stately rooms of the landed gentry and the collections of the museum are located inside the residence. Translocated original farm houses, craft workshops and cottage gardens are situated on the three hectares of the green area. A walk through the open air site takes you into the everyday world of various peasant groups of the past: from the self-sufficient farmers to rural craftsmen, cottagers and labourers.

    SMACH. Val dl'Ert
    San Martin /San Martino, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    SMACH Val dl'Ert is the public art park in the nature of San Martino in Badia winner of the special mention in the National Landscape Award 2023 awarded by the Ministry of Culture.
    In the 24 hectares of pristine forest and pastures, the trail will lead you to discover 23 works that dialogue with the landscape and visitors.

    The Val dl'Ert is conceived as a work in progress, in fact it is enriched with new works after each edition of the SMACH Biennale, which this year will open on July 8, 2023 presenting 10 new installations.

    Admission is free and the park can be visited independently every day of the year. You can also contact SMACH for individual or group guided tours.

    Forts & Castles
    Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor
    San Martin /San Martino, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Ladin Museum - Tor Castle In the very heart of the Dolomites live more than 30,000 Dolomite Ladins whose identity is characterised mainly by two important features: the uniqueness of their language, which derives from popular Latin, and the extraordinary mountain landscape at the heart of the southern Alps. It is only thanks to the physical characteristics of this landscape that the Ladin language has survived today. It is the eldest of all languages spoken in this region and is restricted by the Italian and the German cultural and linguistic areas that surround it. The way through the museum focuses on some significant aspects of the present and past lives of the Dolomite Ladins, highlighting the important influences of cross-regional events on the lives of the population and pinpointing the existing interrelations between landscape forms and lifestyles. The museum is housed in the Ciastel de Tor, a castle dating back to 1230, created as a fiefdom of the Bishops of Brixen.

    The castle is available as a wedding venue for couples interested in crowning an unforgettable day and experiencing a fairytale moment in a medieval castle.

    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Man’s fascination with mountains has been unbroken as long as anyone can remember.

    LUMEN gives this fascination a photographic home: located at the summit of the region Kronplatz (in South Tyrol), 1,800 square metres are dedicated to mountain photography.

    Spanning four floors LUMEN offers the possibility to experience the history of mountain photography from its beginnings until the present as well as displaying the art of mountain-photographers from all over the world.


    Last entrance: 3.30 p.m.

    Museum "Kastelruther Spatzen"
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    The museum, all made of wood in the style of typical Tyrolean huts, is divided into 7 rooms, each one very carefully arranged by Walter Mauroner, one of the members of the Spatzen.
    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
    Open-air exhibition at Pstosser Bühel
    Karneid/Cornedo all'Isarco, Dolomites Region Eggental
    Short hike or pleasant walk around the Pstosser Bühel in the immediate vicinity of the centre of Collepietra/Steinegg.

    An open-air exhibition with 10 picture panels on astronomical topics was installed along the path around the Pstosser Bühl [2B].
    With the current exhibition (since May 2022), the visitor dives into the depths of the universe. "Fly to the universe" shows deep-sky photography starting from the Max Valier Observatory to the distant corners of the universe. The photographers of this exhibition are Stephanie Wolters, Brigitte Lintner and Dieter Seiwald from the amateur astronomers "Max Valier".

    An additional highlight on this short walk is a mountain cinema with the most beautiful views on the Renon/Ritten, the Valle d'Isarco/Eisack Valley, the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, the Sciliar/Schlern and the Catinaccio/Rosengarten.
    Museum Mansio Sebatum in St. Lorenzen / San Lorenzo
    St.Lorenzen/San Lorenzo di Sebato, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Roman period in Val Pusteria. The life of our ancestors 100BC-600AD. In the land of Saevates. The Museum Mansio Sebatum Archaelogical Museum is the first museum in South Tyrol dedicated to the ancient Romans who lived in the area around San Lorenzo. The exhibition displayed on three floors illustrates history and development of the ancient Mansio Sebatum settlement and includes many remarkable finds from and around San Lorenzo. The exhibition also provides results from researches on the Iron and Roman Ages which give detailed insight into the daliy life of those times.

    Stone trail
    Olang/Valdaora, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Down the road of the kid park in Niederolang (Via Rienza) up to Mühlbach the are big stone with their signs that are about the thema of stones.

    Sun observatory "Peter Anich"
    Karneid/Cornedo all'Isarco, Dolomites Region Eggental

    The sun observatory Peter Anich shows guest and population a great view of the universe. At this observatory it is possible to look at the sun.

    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.

    Firefighting Helmet Museum
    Gais, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The fire helmet collection at the helmet museum in Gais is unique worldwide: over 700 splendid fire helmets from all over the world are on show in a museum covering 200 sq. m. The exhibits include, among other things, collector's items made from leather, steel and brass, helmets from Egypt, Thailand, Guatemala, New York and a multitude of other helmets from many different countries. The French helmets, which are made of metal, are especially elaborate, often being decorated with feathers.

    Visits only on request by phone!

    Messner Mountain Museum Corones
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Mount Kronplatz is already a success story – and still, there is always room for yet more potential in both summer and winter. With the MMM Corones project, Kronplatz has now written another historic chapter which adds a distinct cultural flavour to this outstanding example of Alpine competence. Inaugurated in 2003, the striking Concordia 2000 peace bell was a first step towards a wider cultural offer. And now, with the MMM Corones, an exciting new milestone has followed suit. The museum was designed and built by world-renowned Zaha Hadid, by many considered the most talented and innovative architect of our time. Zaha Hadid, Reinhold Messner and Kronplatz – that’s an impressive three key brands joining forces for this exciting new project. Adults: 14,00€, children 6–18 years: 6,00€, students (under 28 years): 12,00€, Seniors over 65 years: 12,00€, family ticket (2 adults + children under 14 years): 32,00€, mini-family ticket (1 adult + children under 14 years): 18,00€, groups min. 15 people: 12,00€/person, school classes 6–18 years: 6,00€/person
    People with disabilities: 12,00€

    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.


    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Michael Parish Museum and Völs Museum of Archeology
    Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The Parish Museum

    The parish museum St. Michael was established in 1980 as the first of its kind in the Chapel of St. Michael which had been restored by the Provincial Monuments Office. It was created an exhibition space which was created in order to protect the works of art and to make them accessible to the public.

    The exhibition comprises over 20 individual objects or groups of objects, including the winged altar of St. Peter am Bühel (year 1510), the altarpiece of St. Constantine (year 1519) and the former baroque high altarpiece from the parish church (Adoration of the Magi, Year 1742, a masterpiece of the painter Johann Jakob Delai from Bolzano). Furthermore the "Probst Nativity" which was created by the handicapped artist Augustin Alois Probst from Sterzing around 1805 - the so-called Kastengrippe. Worth seeing are the 42 miniature scenes with the entire history of salvation from the birth to the suffering the Passion and the Resurrection up to the Ascension of Christ, among others with more than 240 expressively carved wooden figures.


    Archeology Museum:

    In the crypt of the St. Michael's Chapel an archeological collection was built, which can be visited during a guided tour. There are findings from the different epochs - from the Neolithic period to the early modern times - are exhibited, such as the crescent-shaped bronze fibula from the 6th/5th century B.C. In addition, there is also a fragment of a Roman gravestone and so much more to discover.

    Museum Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental

    Sacred art is here surrounded by old stone walls: ancient altarpieces and consecrated panels from the 16th century, early Baroque statues of saints and religious paintings delve deep into the history of the Val d'Ega. The local museum in Castle Thurn is attached to the present-day town hall in a Romanesque tower dating from the 13th century, which was once used as a residence and, around 1341, for court sittings. In 1911 the residence of Thurn Castle was transferred to the municipality of Nova Ponente, which meticulously renovated the building and opened it to the historically minded.

    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.
    South Tyrol Planetarium
    Karneid/Cornedo all'Isarco, Dolomites Region Eggental

    The South Tyrol Planetarium is also the only one of its kind in South Tyrol. Unlike the observatory, the planetarium reveals the secrets of our universe and brings them to life with the help of state-of-the-art 3D technology and a sophisticated sound system. Visitors can go on a journey into the depths of space and discover what await mankind.

    Tickets: € 4,00 (children, students with student ID), € 7,00 (adults), special prices for families and groups

    Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday only for schools and groups with more than 10 people, holidays excluded.

    Places to See
    Karneid/Cornedo all'Isarco, Dolomites Region Eggental
    On this experience trail you will come across 6 informative stations that have been set up at special energy spots.
    Which animals and plants are essential for our bees and where do they find their well-being on certain days and at certain times of the year? The bee in the meadow, the bee at the pond, the bee in the pasture and at the former forest border - special energy places for our indispensable helpers are pointed out.
    The focus is not exclusively on the honey bee - visitors also get an insight into the exciting and very different life of the wild bee.
    At the beekeeper's house, everyone has the opportunity to take a closer look at the hustle and bustle in a beehive on the display honeycomb.
    From mid-May until the end of September, guided walks are also offered here every Tuesday. Our guides will specifically show you the power spots that can be found here in nature. The special characteristics of wild bees and honey bees are compared in detail and also looked at.
    Of course, a visit to the wild bee hotel and the beekeeper's house is also part of the experience. To round off the experience, a honey tasting is not to be missed.

    Bookings for the guided tour:
    +39 0471 619560 or online: BeeForest
    Farmer´s Museum in Tschötscher Hof
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    Farmer´s Museum in Tschötscher Hof St. Oswald is a district of Kastelruth located on a fertile high-altitude plateau which extends over the precipitous slopes high above the Val d'Isarco. Michl Jaider of the Tschötscherhof remembers the old days before the war well – back when everyone had to pull his own weight when plowing the cornfields, helping with the hay harvest, working in barns and stalls or in vineyards. When he took over the farm and the adjacent inn from his father, the modern era had already begun. Tractors replaced yoked oxen, automatic threshers replaced scythes, and the growing of grain was displaced by the more-profitable dairy industry. Of course, all of the old equipment was now only in the way, but the young Michl didn't want to throw it away. Too many vivid memories from his childhood were connected with it…
    Admission ticket: volontary contribution
    Categories: Farmer, Craft, culture, Popular culture, Etnography
    March 1 - November 30 Thu-Tue 9 am - 20 pm

    ECK Museum of Art
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The town museum for graphic arts was opened in 1995 in the restored, converted postal stables, in which in earlier centuries the horses were fed and watered and the postal coaches stood ready for travellers. On the ground floor, in addition to the entrance hall, is the permanent exhibition of late Gothic works by Michael Pacher, his assistant Friedrich Pacher and his pupils Simon and Veit von Taisten.Stadtmuseum Bruneck The first floor houses the temporary exhibitions, whilst the archive and offices are to be found on the second floor. The graphic arts gallery is located in the basement, which is made available to young artists for exhibitions. In addition, there is also an artists' workshop in the museum with all the necessary equipment for gravure printing, surface printing and relief printing (etching, lithography & woodcarving) and screen printing. The museum possesses, among other exhibits, 7500 book plates. The main focus is on the graphics of the 20th century from both the local region and abroad, and on collecting, presenting and working on them from a scientific perspective. A second area of emphasis is on restoring and exhibiting the original town museum's exhibits. In addition, numerous cultural initiatives are run by the museum. 

    Messner Mountain Museum Ripa
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    In this museum, Reinhold Messner deals with the final aspect of the conflict between man and the mountains; the heritage of the mountains and the people who have lived in them since time immemorial.

    The fifth Messner Mountain Museum was opened in summer 2011 in Bruneck Castle by the well-known mountaineer Reinhold Messner. There are countless exhibits from everyday life. With the interactive "MMM Mountain Peoples" project, Reinhold Messner aims not to "exhibit" people, but rather to invite them to take part in an exchange of experience with the local rural population.

    Every year guests from another mountain region will spend the summer in the Messner Mountain Peoples Museum and talk about their way of life, accompanied by everyday cultural exhibits belonging to different mountain regions and their inhabitants, including the Sherpas, Incas, Tibetans and Mongolians.

    Ticket prices:

    Adults € 14,00, kids (6 - 14 years) € 6,00, students under 28 years and seniors over 65 years € 12,00, family ticket (1 adult + kids under 14 years) € 32,00, mini family ticket (1 adult + kids under 14 years) € 18,00, groups of 15 persons and more € 12,00, school classes (6 - 19 years) € 6,00

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