Museum of Tyrolean Farms
Museum of Tyrolean Farms is located on the eastern shore of Reintaler See.
With a touch of nostalgia the farms with their charming details present impressive witnesses of this vanished culture. These include the many outbuildings, such as saw, mill, blacksmith, threshing floor or the two chapels, which were as well as all other houses removed with great care.
Especially the old school enchants with its charm and brings back to those days. The museum is animated with free running animals and colourful farm gardens.
Final expansion stage: 40 monuments; big church day in September
Extensive program of events with presentation of old crafts, music performances....
Museum Cemetery / Sculpture Park Kramsach
The amusing cemetery at the Sagzahn-Kunstschmiede is a private model and museum cemetery with funny sayings on old grave crosses. It was created by the Guggenberger family and is regarded as a unique rarity in Europe. Kramsach Sculpture Park was opened on June 26th, 1993.
An exemplary symbiosis of art and nature has emerged at the Brandenberger Ache. This unique charming "synthesis of the arts" is free of charge for visitors. The sculpture park also hosts temporary exhibitions and concerts.
The smallest city of Austria is always worth a visit!
The first impression is a lasting impression! No matter which side you come to Rattenberg, you will be definitely impressed. You will like the culture and the city.
Olympic city Innsbruck
Historically grown cultural centre with 800 years of history. City of art treasures, famous for its "Golden Roof", the "Black Mander", the imperial Hofburg and Ambras Castle.
Living history combined with great names like Emperor Maximilian I and Maria Theresia. Battle place for Tyrolean freedom and athletic medals. City stroll and summit victory. Tyrolean evening, brass band and baroque opera, lederhosen. University, congress and shopping city.