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South Tyrolean Wine Museum

Founded in 1955 as the first oenological museum in the south part of the Alps, the South Tyrol Museum of Wine is today a branch of the Provincial Museum of Ethnography in Dietenheim (Teodone) near Bruneck (Brunico). It is located in the former tithe cellars of the ruling princes of Tyrol in the center of Kaltern (Caldaro) on the Wine Route, and it offers a view of the time-honored winemaking ...
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Ulten Valley Museum

The Ulten (Ultimo) Valley Museum has been housed in the old schoolhouse in St. Nikolaus (San Nicolò) since 1973. The museum is a living picture book of Ulten Valley folklore and offers a complete overview of the nature and development of Ulten folk art and farming culture. Alongside the old handicrafts and fixtures, the museum provides insights into rural life in the past. The museum also enables ...
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Typewriter Museum “Peter Mitterhofer”

The evolution of the typewriter is among the most interesting chapters of the history of technology. Without this means of technical assistance, our economic, cultural, and private life as we know it would be unimaginable. The collection of the Typewriter Museum includes over 1400 objects from 1864 to 1980, on display on the museum’s four floors. Particular attention is paid to machines
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Tyrol castle

Tyrol Castle, once the ancestral home of the Counts of Tyrol, is now the headquarters of the South Tyrol Museum of Culture and History. The permanent exhibition at the castle gives a fascinating insight into the history of the region, from prehistory right up to the present day.

The castle
Tyrol castle, whose first phase of construction dates back to the 11th ...
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Messner Mountain Museum at Castel Firmiano – Sigmundskron Castle

Castel Firmiano is an extensive castle and set of fortifications near Bolzano. The first historical mention of the castle, under the name Formicaria (later Formigar), dates back to AD 945. In the 12th century it was given to Ministeriales, who from then on were named the Firmian family. Around 1473 the Prince of Tyrol, Duke Sigismund the Rich, bought the castle, renamed it Sigmundskron Castle and ...
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Winegrowing Museum Rametz Castle

In 1980, the Schmid family established this private museum in the Rametz Castle. All of the equipment necessary for winemaking is on display on the ground floor and in the basement. The tools, some of which had sunk into oblivion, were lovingly collected and labeled by the Schmid family over the course of decades. The collection encompasses tools for working the soil, the harvest, and the ...
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Scena Castle

The history of Schenna Castle dates back nearly 650 years. Situated across from the Tyrol Castle at the entry to the Passirio Valley, it has itself become one of the focal points of Tyrolean history. Built in the 14th century and expanded until the 16th century, it was purchased in 1844 by Archduke Johann of Austria whose descendants still own it to this day. The museum is dedicated to the ...
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South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology - Ötzi-Museum

The story of the Iceman – also known as Ötzi – and his original artifacts can be viewed on three floors of the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology. The upper floor houses an archaeological exhibition that changes every year.

From 25 February 2014 to 22 February 2015 the Museum will be hosting a special exhibition entitled FROZEN STORIES – Discoveries in the Alpine glaciers. Climate ...
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