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Informationen zu Bolzano Municipal Museum
The Bolzano/Bozen Municipal Museum was designed by Karl Delug and built in 1902-04 on the foundation of the medieval Hurlach manor. The rich collection of the museum includes not only such traditional sectors as archaeology, art from the Middle Ages onward, and folklore, but also old items such as those from the Society for Christian Art, the Museum Society, and the Bolzano National High School as well as newer objects obtained through purchases by the city of Bolzano or through private donations. In South Tyrol’s oldest museum, the visitor may enjoy a precious collection of archaeological finds, examples of medieval, Gothic, and Baroque art; a significant exhibit of traditional costumes, and objects of Tyrolean popular culture.
The museum can currently be visited on the first floor and in the tower.
Tue–Sun 10–6 pm
closed 24, 25, 31 Dec, 1 Jan
- free admission
The City Museum Bolzano shows art and cultural history collections from South Tyrol.
World War I MemorialBolzano (Bozen)
Mercantile MuseumBolzano (Bozen)
South Tyrol Museum of ArchaeologyBolzano (Bozen)
Museion - Museum of Modern and Contemporary ArtBolzano (Bozen)
School Museum BolzanoBolzano (Bozen)
Cathedral Treasure Chamber of Bozen (Bolzano)Bolzano (Bozen)
Piazza Walther squareBolzano (Bozen)
Castle RunkelsteinBolzano (Bozen)
Monument to Walther von der VogelweideBolzano (Bozen)