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Tyrolean Regional Heritage Museum
Universitätsstrasse 2, 6020 Innsbruck - Austria

Considered to the finest regional heritage museum in Europe, the Tiroler Volkskunstmuseum was first established in 1888 by the Tyrolean Trades Association with collections displaying the outstanding products of Tyrolean trades and crafts. The main emphasis is on arts and...
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Attractions near Regional Heritage Museum
A selection of attractions close to Regional Heritage Museum:
Hofkirche  (< 1 Mile)
Built in 1553, the Court Church was built by Ferdinand I as a mausoleum for Maximilian I. Inside, the ornate black marble sarcophagus does not...
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Regional Heritage Museum  (< 1 Mile)
Considered to the finest regional heritage museum in Europe, the Tiroler Volkskunstmuseum was first established in 1888 by the Tyrolean Trades Association with collections displaying...
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Hofburg  (< 1 Mile)
Originally built in the 15th century by Archduke Siegmund the Rich, the Imperial Palace was rebuilt in Baroque style with Rococo detail by architect Johann...
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Landestheater  (< 1 Mile)
Situated opposite the Hofburg, the neo-classical Tiroler Landestheater was built in 1629. The architect, Christoph Gumpp, was inspired by the Italian theatres in Firenze and...
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Golden Roof & Maximilianeum  (< 1 Mile)
There are 2,657 copper tiles gleaming from the ‘Goldenes Dachl’ which sits atop the building now housing the Maximilianeum. The museum was opened to mark...
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Olympic Museum  (< 1 Mile)
Housed in the Goldenes Dachl, the ‘Olympia Museum’ celebrates the two Winter Olympic games which have been held in Innsbruck; the IX and XII respectively...
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St. James’ Cathedral  (< 1 Mile)
‘Domkirche St Jakob’ was built between 1717 and 1724 on the site of an earlier Gothic church. Based on designs by the architect Johann Jakob...
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Stadtturm  (< 1 Mile)
Climb the 148 steps to the top of the ‘City Tower’ to get an impressive view of Innsbruck and the Nordkette mountain range. Completed in...
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Helblinghaus  (< 1 Mile)
The parade of fascinating Baroque façades of the town houses on Herzog Friedrich Strasse, mostly built in the 15h and 16th century, are surpassed by...
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Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum  (< 1 Mile)
As well as a good range of artefacts including archeological finds, Gothic statues and altarpieces, the unrivalled range of paintings should not be missed. There...
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Ottoburg  (< 1 Mile)
The oldest preserved building of Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse was once a residential tower. Built next to the, now much dimished, city walls in the late 15th century...
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St. Anne’s Column  (< 1 Mile)
The tall, slender, white column standing in Maria Theresien Strasse was erected in 1706 to commemorate the repelling of Bavarian troops on St. Anne’s Day...
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Kunstraum Innsbruck  (< 1 Mile)
The 300 sq. metres of the exhibition space within the Kunstraum are dedicated to contemporary art. Founded in June 1996, this non-profit art association hosts...
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Altes Landhaus  (< 1 Mile)
This immense Baroque palace was built in 1728 and now houses the Provincial Assembly and Provincial Government (Landesregierung). It is a three storey building with...
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Alpine Association Museum  (< 1 Mile)
The Alpensvereinsmuseum (Museum of the Alpine Association) is host to an extensive collection of Alpine art. Exhibits include numerous models of mountain ranges from throughout...
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Triumphal Arch  (< 1 Mile)
Transformed from the south gate of Innsbruck and reminiscent of a Roman triumphal arch, the Triumphpforte was built on the orders of Empress Maria Theresa...
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Leopold’s Fountain  (< 1 Mile)
Believed to be the earliest depiction of the Courbette (a horse rearing on its hind legs) this fountain was considered to be a pioneering work...
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Zeughaus  (< 1 Mile)
Housed in the former armoury built by Maximilian I for the manufacturer of gunpowder and cannon, this museum depicts the history of the Tyrol region....
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Botanical Garden  (< 1 Mile)
Founded in 1911 at its present location the botanical gardens are situated in the University grounds. With more than 5,000 different species of plant from...
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Grassmayr Bell Museum  (1.1 Miles)
Featuring the bell museum, foundry and sound room this is unique combination of experiences. Visitors are taken through the manufacturing of bells, technical accessories and...
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