History comes alive at the unique Tirol Farmstead Museum in Kramsach: 14 relocated heritage buildings, authentic farmhouses from all parts and valleys of Tirol that have been meticulously preserved and restored for future generations to enjoy, adorn the site, all filled with interesting artefacts recreating a bygone era. Since 1974, visitors have been welcomed for tours of the restored farmhouses including period outbuildings, depicting the history of rural Tirol. And now it’s even better—to celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Farmstead Museum has added worthwhile new attractions: Step back in time into days gone by at seven farmsteads and experience life as it was "back then" with video projections on walls. Four viewing platforms were installed to provide uninterrupted views of the exceptionally beautiful site. A movie documents the removal and assembly of a farmstead. Plus, the Museum offers educational programs for little ones, fun and educational for the whole family: How to milk a cow? How to build a log cabin? Special events and guided tours that recreate and preserve the rural heritage of Tirol are available, including a special exhibition focusing on agriculture, trade and industry, and society. Do you know how many grains are in a loaf of bread ?
Palm Sunday through late October: Mondays to Sundays 9:00am – 5:00pm (last admission at 3:30pm); May through September: 9:00am – 6:00pm (last admission at 4:30pm)
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