Alpine Club Museum

Mountains have always had their effect on people. They are fascinating and unsettling, they are inspiring and strange. In relation to the time of existence of rock and ice, the urge to move in the mountains is relatively new. The collection of the Alpine Club Museum is new and displays the varied history. Mountaineering is presented as phenomenon of body, spirit and heart.

Winkler Pharmacy Museum

Visitors get an insights into 400 years of pharmacy and cultural history with the example of an Innsbruck family of pharmacists.

Bell Museum / Bell Foundry

During a visit of bell museum one can get an insight into the old craft of the bell founders. The museum offers a combination of bell foundry (has been existing for more than 400 years), bell museum and sound room.

Hofkirche (Court Church)

Emperor Maximilian I. had a massive impact on culture, politics and life in the Tyrol and in Innsbruck he had his unique imperial grave built. Only on his death bed he said that he wanted to be buried in the St. Georg’s Chapel in Wiener Neustadt. Emperor Maximilian I and his entourage filled the court with life at the end of the 15th century. Empress Maria Theresia had the Hofburg rebuild to a late Baroque residence.

Golden Roof Museum

The Golden Roof is the landmark of Innsbruck and accommodates a museum on the Emperor Maximilian I and his time.

Ferdinandeum - Tyrolean State Museum

The art-historic and historic tour leads from the Stone Age to the present - a journey in time spanning 30,000 years.

Museum of Tyrolean Regional Heritage

The Tyrolean Museum of Regional Heritage in Innsbruck ranks amongst the most beautiful of its kind in Europe. In 1929 it was opened. Many items were bought already before World War I.

Town Museum – Town Archive of Innsbruck

The permanent exhibition of the town museum presents aspects of the town's history.