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Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses | Kramsach
Discover the Tyrol on a 1,5 hour walk

Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses in Kramsach

Tyrol’s largest open-air museum is situated near Lake Reintal in Kramsach. An air of nostalgia hangs over the old farms and their interesting pasts.

Top visited museum in Tyrol

The Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses situated in the midst of the Kramsach Lake Plateau waits to be discovered 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 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 you can feel history come alive and sense the magic of the past.

New highlights in the museum

  • Exciting theme areas
  • Big platforms
  • Interactive areas for children
  • A large Tyrol map and a model of the museum in the entrance hall

Museum Tiroler Bauernhöfe
Angerberg 10
6233 Kramsach

Tel.: +43 5337 62636

How to get there


  • parking and bus stop at the entrance of the museum
  • Eating out in the restaurant Rohrerhof at the entrance of the museum
  • Free admission with your Alpbachtal Seenland Card
  • You can book guided tours, guided theme tours and school group tours
  • You can book the museum for photoshootings
  • The "Kirchtag" (kirmes, kermesse or fair) is held once a year originally on the church foundation anniversary. Approx. 7.000 visitors a year.
  • Family rally, rally for smart cookies (for children as from age 10). Collect a stamp for your "Treasure map"
  • Not all farms along the gravel path can be accessed by wheelchairs. A WC equipped for the disabled is situated at the entrance.