The modern museum in Wattens is dedicated to the industrial and everyday history of this beautiful part of Tyrol
Wattens is a destination for every culture lover. The market town in the Inn Valley has three museums and sights to offer within a small radius: the Typewriter Museum, the Swarosvki Crystal Worlds and - a seven-minute walk away - the Wattens Museum (Museum Wattens, in German), a modern facility in linear design. It is an institution of the market town, also serves as a tourist information centre and tells the industrial and everyday history of the Hall-Wattens region.
The decades of work and the archaeological finds of the Wattens-Volders Museum Association, together with the scientific work of the museum team, tell the story of the place over the centuries and preserve it as a heritage for posterity. But the house is also intended to be a place of encounter and discussion for people of all ages, of learning for school classes and of well-being for families. The exhibition grows with the place.
The MuWa (Museum Wattens), barrier-free accessible, is therefore also suitable as a family destination, as the exhibits may be touched and so offer a completely different experience. Some corners invite you to make yourself comfortable, and the "Aktivkoffer" case contains information suitable for children on the experience of "museum". Some rooms, such as the laboratory on the 2nd floor and the "room without a name" on the ground floor, can be rented for events. Have fun!
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€ 6.00 adults
€ 4.50 with TVB Hall-Wattens Guest Card
€ 4.50 groups (10 and more persons)
free for children and young people up to 18 years
free with the Freizeitticket Tirol
The Wattens Museum stays open from Wednesday to Saturday all year round.