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Here is Ötzi, the man from the ice issued, which was found in 1991 at the Schnalstaler Glacier. In addition, the Archeology Museum offers more interesting finds.
In the castle Trauttmansdorf in Meran you can admire on a surface of 12 hectares different plants from all over the world. In addition, there is a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and Merano. (Open until 15.11.2019)
There are many things to discover in six museums spread throughout South Tyrol.
Both the Kurhaus and the Stadttheater hold events all year round. Whether classical concerts or the Magic Festival, here is something for every taste.
Open until 31 October, the museum offers a variety of exhibits from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque and 19th and 20th centuries. In addition, the cathedral treasure of Bressanone to visit, which is one of the most important cathedral treasuries in the Alps.
Tyrol Castle presents the history of the 20th century on twenty levels. There is also the opportunity to admire an impressive air show of birds of prey. (Open until 09.12.2019)
In the 13th-century castle you can admire Pacher frescoes, picture-book-like castles and an armory chamber. (open throughout the year)
Discover the art of woodcarving. Up to 300 years old cribs can be visited in the crib museum. A special highlight is the 70 square meter walk-in crib with life-size wooden figures. You will be enchanted. (open throughout the year)
The folklore museum in Dietenheim near Bruneck shows the living environment of the rural population of South Tyrol. (open until 31.10.2019)