Hasegg Castle in the medieval town of Hall in Tirol is the birthplace of the dollar and the thaler
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With the aid of "Franz", the audioguide and Mint Master, you can investigate on 500 years of mint history and get on to the track of mint manipulators and technical sensations at the Hall Mint Museum (Museum Münze Hall), located inside the medieval Hasegg Castle. Imposing machines and precious mints expect you. Furthermore, precious objects of the Waldauf Collection are exhibited, a computer terminal provides background information regarding town and architecture, and makes you fly like a bird up the Münzerturm (Mint Tower).
For young visitors, there is a child-tailored version of "Franzl" to become junior mint masters. The Mint Tower, however, symbol of the town, fascinates with light and sound effects, and provides information on the history of Hall in Tirol in the Hall Municipal Museum (Stadtmuseum Hall). The tower is accessible: The ascent is rewarded by a fantastic view and a European kestrel area.
Finally the triple-run circular staircase, which is an exceptional architectonic pecularity, takes you to the Europe Thaler, the largest silver thaler of the world, attracting visitors from all over with its 20 kg of silver. And in the end, in the shop of the Mint Museum, you can mint your own coin.
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Hall Mint Museum:
€ 8.00 adults
€ 6.50 students (16-27 years)
€ 6.50 people with disabilities
€ 6.50 seniors 65+
€ 5.50 children and young people (6-16 years)
€ 2.00 special exhibition only
€ 10.50 family ticket (1 adult with up to 4 children)
€ 18.00 family ticket (2 adults with up to 4 children)
Hall Mint Tower:
€ 5.50 adults
€ 5.00 students (16-27 years)
€ 5.00 people with disabilities
€ 5.00 seniors 65+
€ 4.50 children and young people (6-16 years)
€ 8.50 family ticket (1 adult with up to 4 children)
€ 13.00 family ticket (2 adults with up to 4 children)
combined ticket Hall Mint Museum and Mint Tower:
€ 11.50 adults
€ 9.50 students (16-27 years)
€ 9.50 people with disabilities
€ 9.50 seniors 65+
€ 8.00 children and young people (6-16 years)
€ 15.00 family ticket (1 adult with up to 4 children)
€ 25.00 family ticket (2 adults with up to 4 children)
free for children under 6 years
free with the Innsbruck Card
free with the Freizeitticket Tirol
The Hall Mint Museum stays open all year round, from January 6 to March 18, 2024, only for groups of 15 and more persons (on reservation, € 150.00 flat rate for the special opening).