The Ferdinandeum, also known as the Tyrolean State Museum, is a sprawling art and culture complex that has continued to thrive since it was founded in 1823. Named after Archduke Ferdinand, it is the third oldest national Museum of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Step inside, and you’ll be invited to explore Tirol’s past, present and future through archeological, historical, scientific, cultural, music and art exhibits that help define our place in the world. This treasure-trove of Tyrolean history and art houses remarkable artefacts in its collections. The Modern Gallery displays an astounding collection of Austrian and Tyrolean art, including paintings by Egon Schiele, Albin Egger-Lienz' somber depictions of rural life in postwar Tyrol, and Alfons Walde's Kitzbühel winterscapes. By presenting contemporary and historical work of art and culture, the Ferdinandeum helps to link the past and the present. Uncover Tirol's secrets at this world-class institution, featuring unique exhibits and hands-on experiences that showcase the unique stories, events and characters that have helped shape Tirol's history.
Ferdinandeum Tyrolean State MuseumInnsbruck
Tuesdays to Sundays 9:00am – 5:00pmGo to opening hours
Single Ticket, Combined Ticket (admission to all 5 Tyrolean State Museums)Go to price information
- Family friendly
- Possible in rainy weather
Paid garage parking is available at nearby Congress and Sparkasse-Hörtnagl Garages.