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Ötztaler Museen - Turmmuseum

Highlight, Museum/Galerie
Turmmuseum Winter

Where
Schulweg 2
6433 Oetz

Opening Hours
15.12.2022 - 16.04.2023
Mo: -
Tu: -
We: -
Th: 14:00-18:00
Fr: 14:00-18:00
Sa: 14:00-18:00
Su: 14:00-18:00

Contact
T +43 664 9102 321
E-Mail senden
Website aufrufen

Current Information

Please find the current guidelines and safety measures for a healthy together and a safe stay here: https://www.oetztal.com/winter/covid-19-safety-measures.html

Description

Art History Collection.
In the middle of the old town center of Oetz, the tower museum is easy to find due to its architecture.
in the Middle Ages, the “tower” of a landed noble family served as a residence in the middle of the settlement of farms. In modern times it was the administrative seat of the goods of the Frauenchiemsee monastery in the Ötztal.
After many decades of diverse use by the municipality of Oetz, the building was thoroughly renovated and finally opened in 2004 as a museum. Shortly afterwards, the Tower Museum received the 2004 Tyrolean Museum Prize.


Parking: Zentrum car park in Oetz
Bus stop: Community of Oetz (5 minutes' walk)