The listed farmhouse in the Tannheimer Valley tells about 300 years of civil living
The museum association of the valley, which runs also the Local Museum Tannheimer Valley, has opened a listed farmhouse to the public. In this Felixe Mina's House (Felixe Minas Haus) you can enjoy a time journey through 300 years of civil living. The house was built in 1698, and inhabited by the Zobl Family for seven generations. Some years ago it was renovated, converted into a cultural centre, and integrated in the new building.
Mina, a farm woman who lived in the house in the 20th century, rented rooms to - sometimes even famous - guests. The house owes its name to her, who was the daughter of Felix. The photo exhibition and the beautiful building itself can be visited within a guided tour. Accessible are the parlour with masonry heater, the Biedermeier room from 1860, the music room with a positive organ from the late 17th century, and the niche under the gable with the image of the Madonna.
Furthermore you can find a farm shop here, whereas in summer the Tannheim band gives concerts every week at the music pavilion which belongs to the complex. The offer is completed by the Tennen Gallery, inaugurated in spring 2022, a space to meet, talk and be inspired. Here you can admire collages, handicraft, sculptures, pictures and photos of local female artists.
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€ 4.00 adults
€ 4.00 young people (15-18 years)
free for children up to 14 years
Felixe Mina's House is accessible only during a guided tour: on Mondays at 10.45 am, on Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 pm (reservation not needed). The house stays open in summer and in winter, summer season start 2024 in May/June.
The exhibition is barrier-free. Special guided tours on request by phone.