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Tiroler Landesmuseum Tiroler Volkskunstmuseum

Innsbruck, Austria
4.7 / 60
After visiting the museum exhibition, the visitor will have a complete picture of the ethnographic heritage of the historical region of Tyrol. The collection exhibits interior items, clothing, artisan crafts, tableware, furniture and other exhibits that recreate the atmosphere of the past centuries. The museum was created in 1888 at the initiative of the trade association of the city of Innsbruck. In 1926, the exposition moved to the territory of the former Franciscan monastery.
Address:Universitätsstraße 2, Innsbruck
Phone:+43 512 59489510



Mihaela Valentina
Delightful museum with so many artifacts well preserved.
Angela Bozzograo
This museum is a little gem. You can buy a ticket which will let you visit other museums plus the church. Do not skip the church because it's wonderful, the statutes are so intricately detailed it's a pleasure to look. When we went we also .. Read more »
kayla lindstedt
Very good museum for a rainy day. The combo ticket for 12 euros covers 5 different locations but unfortunately we only had time to do the museum and the church. Both were awesome! As everyone is saying make sure to download the Audioguide on your pho.. Read more »
Karen Decter
I loved this! If you can only do one thing in Innsbruck, visit this museum. A huge collection of traditional Tyrolean home interiors (whole rooms), tools, household items, furniture, painted wood, games, costumes, clothing and accessories, photograph.. Read more »
Rosie Free
A lot of interesting things in this central museum, and being together with the church makes it even more worth the visit, as both are included in the €12 museum ticket bundle. There trade items were really cool, carpentry and workers tools, coo.. Read more »
Nina Riggio
Do not pass up this museum! So many amazing historical gems. The layout and experience itself was also quite lovely! Now I need to find myself a glass dog to drink wine from ?
Melissa Lamkin
This museum was delightful! There were displays on traditional costumes, furniture, reproductions of 15th century parlors, and an amazing display of artifacts related to birth and death. Highly recommended. The subtle background soundtrack in the Unc.. Read more »
I spent 4 hours in the museum and church. There are so much to see. The audio guide was very helpful. There are some artifacts and even everyday tools from the region.
Наталия Гагаус
Beautiful place.Absolutely stuning.One of the most interesting museums to visit.will be interesting not only for parents but for parents with kids-mysterious church with Maximilian tomb,tyrolean every day life,way of life.I highly recommend it for vi.. Read more »
Catherine Hofmann
I didn’t get to the museum but I wish I could have. I did see a pretty cool and engaging summary of Emperor Maximilians life and death. Check it out on the way to his tomb!
Lina Julieth Quinones
It was a good experience.
Wonderful museum. Kids up to 19 years old can enter for free. It includes a wonderful church, a very interesting interactive historical introduction that kids and adults will certainly enjoy and the museum. Totally recommend
Otilia Joos
very incredible museum. i’m so happy they have so many things that show and not hidden somewhere in a deposit. I love folk art and it was such a joy to see so much of it in one museum. they have a very nice collection with a lot of descriptions.. Read more »
Rosa VDH
Good if you already know about the tiroler culture.
Elisabeth Wall
Unfortunately I didn't hear or see any info about the audio guides when I arrived at the museum, so I just went in without one assuming it'd be like a regular museum. Unfortunately the written information is very limited, so I ended up spen.. Read more »
Kasia M
Very interesting and original place. Make sure to get the audio tour and listen to the description of the art pieces. Spend the time visiting all the floors of the museum as each one is exceptional. The church next to the museum is also amazing. The .. Read more »
Josh Fump
Probably one of my favorite museums ever. Most people only see the first floor and go straight to the church. Dont make this mistake! The top two floors are fantastic to see and was empty of people when I went.
Tammy Bonafede
We had the combo ticket so we visited this interesting museum. It has a huge collection of old artifacts, objects and the " Stube " the typical wood paneled rooms where families spent most of their time. Descriptions are in Italian, English.. Read more »