Visit Zeughaus Museum to step into centuries of Tirol history: From geology and trade and industry over tourism to the Tirolese Freedom Fights of 1809 and World War I and II, the museum’s cultural collections allow the stories in history books to unfold. After 1490, Emperor Maximilian I let the Zeughaus (Arsenal or Armoury) build at the gates of the city of Innsbruck after armed conflicts with Switzerland. This is where once upon a time the artillery of the emperor and artillery pieces and handguns were stored. Today, the late Gothic building is a popular museum and provides a look into the diversity of the cultural history of Tirol. The Zeughaus also offers Sunday tours, educational programs for families and children and special cultural events.
Tuesdays to Sundays 9:00am – 5:00pmGo to opening hours
Combined Ticket (admission to all Tyrolean State Museums); admission is free to ages 18 and under.Go to price information
- Family friendly
- Possible in rainy weather
On-street paid parking is available in the area next to the Museum.