St. Johann in Tirol Museum
The museum St. Johann in Tirol is situated behind the Deanery parish church in two buildings with subterranean links to one another. In the 18th century a correctional facility for priests who had pursued sinful lifestyles was accommodated in these buildings.
The museum has a fundamental role to play in the profile of the town and is the starting point for finding out more about other places in the region. A contemporary presentation brings the history of St. Johann in Tirol to life.
With its exhibition facilities and the variety-packed way it presents information to all generations, St. Johann museum is a place which provides stimulating entertainment and is a place for the discerning to spend some time. The focal exhibition about the Kaiser mountains and the audio guides via Smartphone, in three languages, (German, English, Italian) is very popular.
As a place of spiritual replenishment and contemplative place of awe, St. Johann Museum draws in people from near and far. There are journeys of discovery for all generations, with exciting stories about St. Johann and the surrounding area. The bellowing cave bear, terrarium and its myth-enshrouded green earthworms, which you can watch live, prehistoric finds from the Tischofer Cave, the listening experience of the world famous children's symphony, exquisite pieces of art from the abundant parish church treasury, the rare scorpion from the Kaiser mountains and the ‘Mountain tour in the Museum’, with a model of the Kaiser mountains, as seen from the stratosphere ... just a few of the many impressive things there are to see when you visit the museum. All this really puts you in the mood for a indoor visit, even if it is very sunny outdoors.
Prices St. Johann in Tirol Museum
checkAdults € 2.25 instead of € 2.50
checkYouth aged 14 and over € 1.80 instead of € 2
checkFree entry to children up to the age of 14
Details on opening hours are available at https://www.museum1.at/