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The evolution of the typewriter is among the most interesting chapters of the history of technology. Without this means of technical assistance, our economic, cultural, and private life as we know it would be unimaginable. The collection of the Typewriter Museum includes over 1300 objects from 1864 to 1980, on display on the museum’s four floors. Particular attention is paid to the inventor of the typewriter, Peter Mitterhofer (1822-1893) from Partschins (Parcines), to whom the community of Partschins dedicated this museum in 1997.
Mon, Fri 2–6 pm
Tue–Thu 10–12, 2–6 pm
Nov–March Tue 10–12
Closed on public holidays
- €7.00 adults
- €6.30 South Tyrol residents, visitors with the Touristcard, groups (10 or more), elderly (over 60 years)
- €2.00 children (up to 16 years), students
- €8.00 guided groups (10 or more)
- €2.00 guided tour (10 or more)
- €15.00 Family Card
- free admission for children (up to 6 years)
Peter Mitterhofer from Parcines - Partschins invented the typewriter in 1864.
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