Museums and exhibitions in the Kitzbüheler Alpen - Tyrol

The Kitzbüheler Alpen in Tyrol offer a great deal of tradition and culture, aspects which also kept alive and well by the people in the region. In the towns in the Kitzbüheler Alpen in Tyrol there are a variety of museums which present you the history and customs of the Kitzbüheler Alpen, and also contemporary art and a variety of exhibitions. Take this opportunity to visit a museum or an exhibition in the Kitzbüheler Alpen region. There is certainly something to suit everyone here!

Museums in the towns in the Kitzbüheler Alpen

Thumerhof Westendorf, Farm-Museum

Thumerhof Westendorf, Farm-Museum

Thumerhof Westendorf, Farm-Museum

Salvenberg 44 Westendorf0043 5334 6034

The farmstead is situated at 1120m above sea level and belongs to the Familie Ehrensberger although they no longer live on the premises. The farm covers 12.5 ha. Guided tours available for 10 persons or more, from mid-May to end of October!
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Rerobichl Bergbau Museum Oberndorf

Rerobichl Bergbau Museum Oberndorf

Rerobichl Bergbau Museum Oberndorf

Alfons-Walde-Weg 29 Oberndorf in Tirol

The club Rerobichl-Oberndorf was founded in 2014 bring back a great mining tradition of Oberndorf. For this important meaning the club built the Rerobichl Mining Museum in the basement of a nursing home. Here you can discover the history of mining, tools, replicas mine plans and much more. And do you know you is Bartholomäus Ludwig Edler of Hechengarten?
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Imkerei Rief - Honey from the Farm - Museum

Imkerei Rief - Honey from the Farm -  Museum

Imkerei Rief - Honey from the Farm - Museum

Kelchsauer Str. 101 a Kelchsau0043 676 83621812

Situated right along the road to Kelchsau there is the Imkerei Rief, a bee farm where honey is harvested from almost 45 bee colonies. The so-called Steckl Farm provides the ideal microclimate which is essential for the optimal development of the bee colonies and high-quality honey products. Do you understand the language of the bees? The wall charts will introduce you to the fascinating world of the bees. Observe the busy insects in the display case and with a little luck you might even get a glance of the queen bee. In case you feel like taking back home some of the many times rewarded honey you can purchase it right from the farmyard. The Imkerei Rief bee farm is looking forward to your visit. Depending on the season, the opening times may vary.

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MoTuWeThFrSaSu08:00 - 19:00
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Glockendorf Tirol

Glockendorf Tirol

Glockendorf Tirol

Alpegg 10 (Biatron am Parkplatz Steinplatte) Waidring0043 664 2238801

Waidring - the bell adventure village in Tyrol The casting of bells has a long tradition in Waidring. Even today, the bells are still handcrafted in the small village at the foot of the striking stone slab. From the making of the sand mould and the casting itself to the precision work, visitors learn first in theory and then in practice. The self-cast bell can also be taken home as a souvenir. Calling, listening, celebrating, casting - these are the different topics of the multimedia exhibition. Visitors can experience the traditional craft all year round. They learn how bells served as an alternative smoke signal, how they sounded, what role they played in the world wars and what is important in production. If you can't get enough, you can visit one of the last three art and bell foundries in Austria. Experience trail | The Biatron at the car park of the Waidring/Steinplatte mountain railways houses the bell exhibition and is also the starting point for the Glockenerlebnisweg. This leads along various stations to the village centre, which marks the end of the approximately one-hour tour. --> OPENING 2020! Further informations https://glockendorf.tirol/

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MoTuWeThFrSaSu13:00 - 17:00
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Aaart Foundation Art House

Aaart Foundation Art House

Aaart Foundation Art House

Stöcklfeld 37 Kirchberg in Tirol0043 6645150777

Since summer 2008, the "Aaart Foundatiom" art house has enriched the cultural interests of the numerous guests in Kirchberg and the entire region. A unique house, which is also understood as a work of art, built by the Dutch family Jongen offers art interiors to approx. 750sqm a huge selection of works by contemporary, international artists.
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Tratzberg Castle

Tratzberg Castle

Tratzberg Castle

Jenbach0043 5242 63566

Built in 1500, Tratzberg Castle is one of Austria´s achitectural jewels. Overlooking the Inn Valley it served Emperor Maximilan I. and the Fugger family as a hunting retreat. Beautifully furnished and renovated in the Renaissance style the castle has been owned by the Enzenberg family since 1848. Special guided tours for kids!

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MoTuWeThFrSaSu10:00 - 16:00
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You'll find all the excursion destinations and other opportunities in the Kitzbüheler Alpen in winter, here. The offer is diverse, ranging from a great deal of places for a sight-seeing tour, to food businesses where you can watch the produce being made, all the way through to a programme of events to keep you entertained when the weather is bad. The nearby towns of Kufstein, Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich also make planning an excursion easy. Conquer the Kitzbüheler Alpen!

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