A day at the museum: historical treasures and modern knowledge
Have you ever seen a bell being cast? The Grassmayr Bell Foundry in Innsbruck is full of information about this rare craft. Would you like to know how the Tyroleans lived over the centuries and how they dressed? You can find out in the exhibition rooms and original alpine farmers' dining rooms at the Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art. Above the city, Ambras Castle is a great destination where you can admire wonderful treasures from turbans to knight's armour. Or if you prefer science to history, head to the Audioversum where you can learn all about hearing and the human ear!
Archaelogical trail GoldbichlAddress: Patscher Straße Kreuzung Römer Straße 1, 6080 Igls
Phone: +43 650 / 53 68 750
Goldbichl Archaeology Trail About 4.000 years ago, the Goldbichl - an elevation between the villages of Igls, Patsch and Lans - was a powerful sanctuary. Today...
Ferdinandeum Tyrolean State MuseumAddress: Museumstraße 15, 6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43 512 / 59 489
Learn more about Tyrolean life in the Stone Age, the Middle Ages, or during the times of folk hero Andreas Hofer! The Tyrolean State Museum contains extensive...