If you ever in Innsbruck, you will have to go there. This is absolutely a must for any travels going through Innsbruck. Magnificent museum in the heart of town. Walking around is also desirable.
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We were visiting Innsbruck on a particularly rainy day which would have been an "ok" experience (Innsbruck is beautiful); however, our friend took us to this museum and we were not disappointed. There's a lot of interesting art in the building from ancient to modern....More
I went here just for the archeological collection in the basement rather than the art on the other floors. Was a nice collection of stone, bronze and iron age finds nicely set out in display cases including some good roman stuff but on unfortunately there...More
Very interesting museum with collection of archaeological findings, baroque and modern art. There is also a collection of Austrian paintings from the late 19th century and early 20th century (e. g. Klimt).
The Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum (Tiroler Landesmuseen ) is one of the five state owned museums that visitors can use one combined ticket for five admissions. I have visited four out of the five listed on the combined ticket. I would put this one as...More
The staff at my hotel recommended this hotel when I said I wanted to see art in Innsbruck. I enjoyed the current exhibit featuring an Innsbruck cartoonist. The other floors featured art from the 18th - 20th century. The basement has early Austrian archaeology. There...More
This museum houses some artwork from different historical periods, reliefs from local buildings, archaeological items, and a small instrument collection. The signs were all in German with no translations. I'm not sure if English audio guides are available as we weren't offered any. It is...More
Maybe the did not find our way round the collection efficiently. But what we saw was extremely limited and badly curated ( the labels were only in German).
Always an interesting art or other exhibition. Flora, Weiler and Walde are a few of the best local artists you will fine. A nice open building to walk through and soak up art and history. Try the attached resturant, Kunst Pause, as it is one...More