Have you already dealt with the Tyrolean way of life and looked at a farm with all its facets? Exhibited in an open-air museum? No?
Then you are exactly right on this trip. We will visit the open-air museum "Tiroler Bauernhöfe" in Kramsach. Here, visitors experience the way of life and economy of the peasant population of Tyrol in the pre-industrial times of North, East and South Tyrol. We expect a 1.5-hour tour covering the following fields: landscape, economy, community and dominion.
The entrance fee for the museum will be 9€ per person. My minion will collect it on the spot. If you want, you can take an audio guide at the museum for free (as app to download).
Afterwards we go to the Reintalersee lake to swim (provided the weather allows it ;) ). Just bring some swimming togs and a towel. The entrance after 2 p.m. is 2,50 € to be paid directly there.
• for ÖBB Vorteilscard holders: 13.60 €
• for VVT Land Ticket holders: no costs
• ordinary price: 23.60 €
• Note: ticket prices are considerably lower if we reach a certain threshold of participants :) (We’ll let you know about the reduced price, depending on the number of registrations.)
Wednesday, 22th of May 2019
If you decide to only go to the museum you'll be back in Innsbruck around 5.00 p.m.
If want to go swimming again we'll be back around 6.30 p.m.
We meet up at 12.15 p.m. at the ticket machine of Innsbruck’s main station
We take the train from Innsbruck to Brixlegg and then the bus to Kramsach and return the same way.
Please be punctual. We have to catch the train, which doesn’t wait.
Please fill out the following registration form: https://forms.gle/XYaCaX6BHizyEa2LA (Spots aren’t limited.)
- entrance fee