Castle Tyrol

Castle Tyrol
At Castle Tyrol, ancestral seat of the Counts of Tyrol, aspects of the history of the land and its rulers combine to leave a vivid impression. From the Outer Bailey of Castle Tyrol, you have extensive views over the Adige Valley and into the Val Venosta. You feel here as though transported back to a distant time when the Counts of Tyrol were lords and masters of this region. The castle, home to the South Tyrol Museum of Culture and Provincial History, offers its visitors an exciting and varied experience. Over the course of no fewer than 15 exhibition rooms, visitors can learn all about the central themes of medieval culture and history, as well as recent events in the region, from the permanent and special exhibitions. But let’s not forget that the main theme of this museum remains the castle itself.

Opening hours & Admission charges
Open every day, excluding Mondays, from 10. a.m. until 5 p.m.

Adults: 8,00 €
Families: 16,00 € (two adults and children up to 16 years); 8,00 € (one adult and children up to 16 years)
Groups of 15+ persons: 5,50 €
Seniors from 65 years: 5,50 €
Students and apprentices up to 27 years: 3,50 €
Children up to 6 years: free

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South Tyrolean Museum of Culture and Provincial History Castle Tyrol
via Castello, 24
I-39019 Tirolo (BZ)
Tel. +39-0473 220 221
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