The Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses, situated at the heart of the Kramsach Lake Plateau waits to be discovered on a leisurely walk. The aim of this special museum is to preserve architectural particularities and rural life-style.
Thanks to its exceptional setting, a visit to this open air museum is an outdoor adventure and a refreshing outing for the whole family. A visit to the approx. 8 ha outdoor museum is like a travel through time to the days of old. 14 farms and 23 outbuildings bear witness to past days in the various Tyrolean valleys.
The difference between an art gallery and this museum is that you can walk into the exhibited objects and learn about and experience them with all your senses. Standing in the small rooms with their rough carpentry, feel history come alive and sense the magic of the past.
Visit the charming old schoolhouse and enjoy the rural atmosphere with its farm animals and colourful farmer's gardens.
Highlight: large fair celebrated annually at the end of September (the Alpbachtal Card is not valid for this event!)
Plenty of fun for the museums' youngest visitors
Children experience the Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses in a child playful way with many games, quiz stations, puzzles and interactive elements.
There is a children's playground at restaurant Rohrerhof at the entrance of the museum.
last admission: 1,5 hours before closing time
Guided tours by reservation only: in German, English, French, Italian and Dutch
FREE admission with your Alpbachtal Card!
Admission fee / person:
€10.00 for adults
€ 9,00 for groups of 15 people
€ 3,00 for children up to 17 years
Children up to 5 years have free admission
€ 20,00 for family with children up to 17 years
€ 48,00 - guided tour in German up to 20 persons. Each additional person € 2,40
€ 54,00 - guided tour in E, F, I, NL up to 20 people. Each additional person € 2,70