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Innichen Monastery Museum

San Candido (Innichen)
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Innichen Monastery Museum

San Candido (Innichen)

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Informationen zu Innichen Monastery Museum

The house in the shadows of the venerable collegiate church of Innichen (San Candido) is one of the most ancient buildings of the Upper Puster (Pusteria) Valley. It houses the museum, archives, and library of the Innichen Monastery. The cathedral treasury, sacred art from the church, and the manuscript collection bear witness to the intellectual and spiritual activity of the most ancient monastery in Tyrol. The precious objects on display are primarily the work of local artists that were commissioned by the canons or by wealthy citizens of Innichen.

Business hours

June–mid-Oct
Thu–Sat 4–6 pm
15 July–31 Aug
Tue–Sat 10–12

Entry fees

  • €7.00 adults
  • €4.00 children (6-12 years), elderly (over 60), students
  • free admission for children up to 6
  • 1 free ticket for groups (15 persons and more)

In the Museum Stift Innichen the artistic history of Tyrol is presented.

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