The largest open-air museum of Tyrol, located between Innsbruck and Kufstein, was founded in 1974.
The Tyrolean Farmhouse Museum (Museum Tiroler Bauernhöfe) is located in Kramsach, east of Lake Reintal. Fragments of rural Tyrolean architecture have been collected and brought together in this special place: This is where you can visit 14 farmhouses with annexed buildings like mill, blacksmith and chapel, as well as small animals like ducks, geese and chicken.
For the 40th anniversary, the museum was redesigned in collaboration with the Atelier Brückner from Stuttgart and made more interactive: Video installations, accessible pavilions and listening stations give new life to the old buildings now. Also in numerous activities you can set your hand, e.g. making clogs, grinding knifes, knipling, baking bread, making cheese, and stirring butter.
One of the highlights in the museum are the Medieval Days in August - a journey back to the 13th and 14th century. In addition there's folk music, and local farmers provide for your creature comforts. And on a regular basis there are special afternoons for children in summer.
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single admission to the museum:
€ 10.00 adults
€ 9.00 groups (more than 15 persons)
€ 3.00 children and young people (6-17 years)
€ 20.00 family ticket (2 adults with children up to 17 years)
free for children under 6 years
guided tours (on reservation):
€ 54.00 guided tour in EN, FR, IT or NL (up to 20 persons)
€ 2.70 each additional person
€ 54.00 guided tour in DE (up to 20 persons)
€ 2.40 each additional person
Free audio guide. The Tyrolean Farmhouse Museum stays closed in winter.