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Messner Mountain Museum Ortles

Solda (Sulden)
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Messner Mountain Museum Ortles

Solda (Sulden)

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The museum in Sulden am Ortler, an underground structure at 1900 m above sea-level, is devoted to the world of ice. “At the end of the world” we call it. That is what it says on a 1771 map drawn by Peter Anich showing the glacier on the Ortler, beneath which the Ice Museum is located. At MMM Ortles Reinhold Messner tells of the Terrors of Ice and Darkness, Snow People and Snow Lions, the Whiteout and the Third Pole.
The museum houses the world’s biggest collection of Ortler paintings as well as ice-climbing gear from two centuries. Skiing, ice-climbing and expeditions to the Poles are the themes.

Business hours

4th Sun in May–2nd Sun in Oct
2nd Sun in Dec–1 May
2–6 pm
July, Aug 1–6 pm
Closed Tue

Entry fees

  • €8.00 adults
  • €6.50 groups (15 or more), students, elderly (over 65), disabled
  • €4.00 children (6-14 years)
  • €18.00 families
  • €4,00 scoolclasses

MMM Tour-Ticket:

  • €40.00 adults
  • €35.00 groups (15 or more), students, elderly (over 65)
  • €90.00 families
  • €15,00 children

The ice is the main theme in this underground facility with an area of ​​300 square meter