Experience the history of the farmhouses in Kitzbühel

Last updated on 30.05.2022

On the trail of ornately carved furnishings, antique kitchen utensils & Co. 

It’s that time again: The Farmhouse Museum Hinterobernau opens its doors to all museum lovers. From June 1st to October 15th, 2022, you can once again immerse yourself in the exciting world of Tyrolean farmhouses – and the whole thing is multilingual. 

The Farmhouse Museum will reopen its doors on June 01, 2022. © Kitzbühel Tourismus – Joe Hölzl


Surrounded by the lush green of the meadows and forests, located directly on the Römerweg and below the Kitzbüheler Horn, stands a “Einhof” from 1559 in typical salzburg-tyrolian style with its outbuildings such as a baking oven, bee hut, chapel or laundry. The museum offers a wealth of furnishings, implements and tools – exciting impressions are therefore guaranteed. The exhibits are accompanied by interesting background information during a detailed audio tour by a museum guide – now also available in English, French, Italian and Dutch. They support the understanding of the farm life 100 years ago. In addition, the “hearonymus” app has been developed for all cell phone users, in which further information can be found.

The highlight is the museum festival, which will take place this year on August 27th, 2022. In addition, there is currently the impulse exhibition on the topic of “sustainability” to marvel at – with which the association Farmhouse Museum Hinterobernau Kitzbühel want to make their contribution to the explosive discussion and global developments.

Open daily from 1.00 pm to 5.00 pm, only closed on Sundays.

You can find all information at kitzbuehel.com


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