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afternoon
23°C/73°F
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Tuesday

Tuesday
27°C/81°F
70% Fineweather
4000m
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Wednesday

Wednesday
29°C/84°F
70% Fineweather
4300m
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Forecast

A front accompanied by periods of clouds and thunderstorms will pass over today, bringing rather unstable weather conditions. It will be cloudy with only brief, clear spells and occasional heavy rain.

Tendency

On Tuesday and on Wednesday we will see an improvement in the weather.

Thursday will bring unstable weather conditions with a mix of sunshine, clouds and thunderstorms.

 

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Museums

 > Bell museum Grassmayr

Bell museum Grassmayr

Glockengießerei Grassmayr
Grassmayr Glockenmuseum Glockengießerei GmbH
Leopoldstrasse 53, 6020  Innsbruck
+43 512 / 59 41 637
museum@grassmayr.at
https://www.grassmayr.at

Opening Hours

Monday - Saturday: 10.00 am - 4.00 pm

The Grassmayr Bell Foundry

This traditional family business from Innsbruck has been making the sweet sound of bells ring out across Europe for over 400 years. The Grassmayrs have continued to develop and perfect the craft of bell foundry over 14 generations. Mortimer Grassmayr was a pioneer in this field and cast the first Grassmayr bell in 1599. The craft combines science and passion, and requires an expert touch. For the Grassmayrs, it's a family affair. The secret to their bell construction – the so-called ribbing – is carefully guarded and passed on from father to son. Today, Grassmayr bells ring out in almost 100 countries worldwide, filling cities and villages with their full and unmistakable sound.

Fascination. Culture. Legend:

the bell museum At the Grassmayr Bell Museum, you can experience the fascinating process of casting a bell up close. Age-old methods are still in use and indispensable here today. When coupled with the latest scientific knowledge, these methods create bells that can be used for centuries. You will be amazed how diverse the sound of bells can be.

Listen to the bells live

You can hear the bells ringing in the Innsbruck region every day, for example at St. James' Cathedral in Innsbruck or in Telfs/Mösern, a place of exceptional scenic beauty where a large peace bell sounds out every day and can be heard from kilometres away. Bells also ring out in churches large and small throughout the city of Innsbruck and in the surrounding villages. The bells sound on the hour. A particularly good time to hear them is at lunchtime, in the evening or on Friday afternoons.

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