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I feel the Folk Art museum is more of a Folk Life museum, as it goes a long way in showing how people used to live in Tirol, way back in the day. There are complete cottage rooms to be explored, though I have to...More
Museum gives you a pretty good overview about the lifestyle of Tirol as it used to be in the past. Many things were familiar to us from our village, as some are still in use there. The collection of historical items includes a wide variety...More
We and others have reviewed this under the church because they share an entrance. This museum seems very, very good - if you can appreciate this sort of thing. There are many rooms that display how people used to live in the area, as well...More
Highly recommend this museum. Probably one of my favorites - handmade items from Austria from beautifully carved and painted furniture to interesting religious items to guns, iron works, glass and painted baskets. Amazing artistic talent. Wish the gift shop was better.
Don’t miss. Wide ranging collection, displayed in rooms organized by themes which is an ideal way to present the collection. Everyday artifacts, clothing, furniture, entire rooms, You can see the Hofkirche at the same time. Ask about the combo ticket that also gets you into...More
This is an extensive exhibition covering many aspects of the lives of previous people in the Tyrol region. The challenges of life in earlier times in difficult circumstances is revealed through the beliefs and practices of the people . Their physical strength must have been...More
The museum has a really complete view on furniture and housing in the Tirol. The clothing exhibit is also wonderful. I wasn't as interested in the special exhibit, but I think it lost meaning in translation. I highly recommend a visit. And, with a combiticket,...More