The story of the Alps' earliest inhabitants is told at this unique Stone Age outdoor museum in Umhausen: The archaeological outdoor park is dedicated to the Iceman, the glacial mummy that was discovered in 1991 in the Oetztal Alps. On the 11,000 square meter area you can admire original reconstructions of late-Neolithic graves, cultic sites, traditional thatched huts and dwellings, craft displays and enclosures where wild boar and oxen roam. “Oetzi Franz”, park staff in period costume, offers interpretive programs and weekly living history demonstrations. Step back in time into Early Stone Age days long gone by at Oetzi Village… And don’t forget to pose for pictures with “Oetzi Franz”, the Iceman.
Daily 9:30am – 5:30pm (open until 5:00pm in October)Go to opening hours
Single tickets, family tickets, combined tickets (birds of prey centre + Ötzi Village)
- Family friendly
- Possible in rainy weather
Bischoffsplatz car park nearby (pay-and-display)