Experience a journey into the Tyrol's past in the Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses. Visit the historic farms and outbuildings from all of Tyrol's valleys on a walk through the open-air museum. The small school is particularly worth seeing. Chickens and sheep live in the museum. Interactive stations give visitors an insight into the life of the farming community of bygone days. After your thirst for knowledge has been quenched, indulge in culinary delights at the Wirtshaus Rohrerhof inn in the museum grounds.
The little school at the Zenzl Hof. See a back-in-the-day school classroom. A great experience for the whole family!
Discover the Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses situated in the midst of the Kramsach Lake Plateau on a leisurely walk. 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 is like a travel through time to 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 you can feel history come alive and sense the magic of the past.
Not all farms along the gravel path can be accessed by wheelchairs. A barrier-free WC is located at the museum entrance.