Alpine Club Museum
Archaeological Museum Innsbruck
Tel.: 0043 512 507 37568 | email@example.com |http://archaeologie-museum.uibk.ac.at
The Tyrolean Panorama
Open daily from 14th March 2011, from 9 am until 5 pm.
Ample coach parking available.
Tel.: 0043 512 594 89 | www.tiroler-landesmuseen.at
Bell Museum/Bell Foundry
Tel.: 0043 512 5941 637 | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.grassmayr.at
The museum of the Tyrolean Imperial Infantry, the Kaiserjäger, (1816-1918) depicts the history of this unit (uniforms, weapons, battles). The museum also recalls the Tyrolean struggles for freedom which took place at Bergisel. Extensive collections of paintings, flags and weapons from the time of Andreas Hofer, and from the history of the Tyrolean Imperial Regiments, especially in World War I, can be seen here. On the ground floor you will find the Memorial Chapel, built in the commemorative year of 1959, in which the Tyrolean honours book is kept – with the names of all fallen Tyroleans who died 1796-1945. The viewing platform behind the museum offers a wonderful view of the city with the Nordkette chain of mountains behind it.
Tel.: 0043 512 582312 | email@example.com | http://www.kaiserjaegermuseum.org/
Hofburg Imperial Palace
At the end of the 15th century, when Emperor Maximilian I filled the palace with magnificent court life, the building already had the dimensions of today’s Hofburg Imperial Palace in Innsbruck. Empress Maria Theresa had the Hofburg rebuilt in two phases to create a monumental, late-Baroque residence.
Among the many show rooms, with fine furniture and paintings, you will find the Riesensaal (Giants’ Hall), which is considered the most splendid feast and ceremony hall in the Alpine region. You will even get to feel the once stately life up close!
Following extensive renovations, the entire Hofburg is again open to the public. The Giants’ Hall, the most prestigious ballroom in the Alps (with all portraits of Maria Theresa’s imperial family), the Guard Hall and the Lorraine Room gleam in renewed splendour. The same can be said of the court chapel and sacristy.
Tel.: 0043 512 58718612 |firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.hofburg-innsbruck.at
Art Chamber of the Servite Church
The Ambras Art Chamber was constructed in memory of the second wife of Archduke Ferdinand II and monastery founder, Anna Caterina Gonzaga. On display here are personal objects belonging to the Archduchess, who entered the “Regelhaus” (convent) as Anna Juliana. The Art Chamber of the Servite Church also houses paintings and graphics as well as decorative art from the 16th - 19th century.
Tip: The museum is not suitable for large groups. SPECIAL TOURS, however, are possible through Per Pedes Tirol
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Museum of the Institute for Anatomy
The museum displays human specimens in the form of complete skeletons, including that of castle giant Nikolaus Haidl, as well as a skull collection with more than a thousand display items. In the section on comparative anatomy there are numerous wet preparations and skeletons of vertebrates to be viewed. Watercolours and oil paintings by artist Franz Batke illustrate the structure of the skeleton. You can also see an old anatomical apparatus.
Tel.: 0043 664 3587985
The Golden Roof Museum
The Golden Roof, the landmark of Innsbruck, houses a museum about the life and times of Emperor Maximilian I. One exhibition hall examines the history of the Golden Roof. Light and sound installations, and also a film, show what life was like in Tyrol in the late Middle Ages. For children there are a number of interactive stations and also a playroom.
Tel.: 0043 512 58738029
Museum im Zeughaus
Once the weapon depot of Emperor Maximilian I, today a museum about Tyrol’s cultural history. Important sections include prehistoric findings, silver mining and salt extraction plus Peter Anich’s globes, the battle for freedom of 1809, the beginning of tourism as well as both World Wars.
Tel.: 0043 512 59489 311
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Private Radio Museum
Innsbruck’s radio museum has been in existence since 1965. In addition to historic radio devices it also presents inventions by K. Schuchter (1899 -1977), the museum owner’s father.
Advance bookings requested, go to www.radiomuseum-innsbruck.at
Tel.: 0664 5638150
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Ambras Castle Art History Museum
Ambras Castle is one of the most important attractions in the Provincial Capital. Its cultural and historical significance is inextricably linked to the personality of Archduke Ferdinand II (1529-1595), who as a true Renaissance sovereign was a patron of the arts and sciences. He founded the magnificent Ambras Collections, and had a modern museum facility in the lower castle built in which to house them.
Today’s exhibition attempts to reconstruct the Archduke’s “Kunst- und Wunderkammer” (chamber of art and curiosities), his arms and armouries as well as his Hall of Antiquities. During Ferdinand’s time, the upper part of the castle was the living quarters. Today it houses the Habsburg’s portrait gallery over three floors with portraits ranging from Albrecht III (1349-1395) to Emperor Franz I (1768-1835). More than 200 portraits are exhibited, among them precious works of art by the likes of Lukas Cranach, Anton Mor, Tizian, van Dyck and Diego Velásquez. A collection of late medieval sculptures is housed on the ground floor of the high castle, with its most striking feature being the Georges Altar of Emperor Maximilian I.
Telephone number for guided tours: +43 1 525 24 4804
Combination ticket Bus + Museum entry for € 8.80 instead of € 13.40 (new summer prices)
Bus line: 4134 towards Mils
Tel.: 0043 1 52524 4802 | email@example.com | http://www.khm.at/ambras
The City Museum – City Archives Innsbruck
For its permanent exhibition the City Museum presents aspects of the city’s history taken from the shelves of the City Archives. Features which are special to Innsbruck are explored with the help of selected themes: location, foundation, royal residence, urban development, transport, health, culture, sport, tourism, commerce, trade, water supply and contemporary history, to name but a few.
Many paintings by important Tyrolean artists, city views, panoramic pictures, historic photographs, rare realties, medieval records, posters and postcards provide a varied and informative insight into the life of the city and its inhabitants. More detailed information on individual topics can be obtained in the reading room of the Archives. The oldest municipal document is the town charter dated 1239. Paintings, prints, posters, pamphlets, plans, estates of important people, decrees and numerous special collections can also be found at the Archives.
Of particular significance is the photo collection with about 100,000 pictures.
Tel.: 0043 512 587380 | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.innsbruck.at/stadtarchiv
Wilten Abbey Museum
The museum of the premonstratensian canons of Wilten Abbey, founded in 1138, you will find the magnificent Abbey rooms. On display here are valuable paper hangings, paintings, furniture, tin, records and vestments as well as gold and silver work from five centuries.
Tel.: 0043 512 583048 | email@example.com | http://www.stift-wilten.at
Tyrolean State Museum, Ferdinandeum
The art-historical tour takes you from the Stone Age to the present day – a journey through approx. 30,000 years. Among the exhibits are Romanesque and Gothic masterpieces, a major Dutch collection, pieces from the Baroque and the 19th century, a collection of precious musical instruments, the Biedermeier collection and the Modern Gallery.
Tel.: 0043 512 59 489
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Tyrolean Railway Museum
The museum of the “Tiroler Museumsbahnen” is located at the old Stubai Valley station. It includes documentation on all the tramways and local railways. The depot houses many historical and original rail vehicles.
Tel.: 0043 664 1116001 | email@example.com | http://www.tmb.at