Experience culture in Innsbruck
The cultural metropolis on the river Inn
In addition to its large-scale sporting events and natural highlights, Innsbruck also offers a broad range of cultural attractions. The numerous museums, galleries, theatres and cinemas make this city a rewarding destination for culture vultures too.
Innsbruck’s museums offer different perspectives on the art and history of Tyrol. The following museums have teamed up as part of the Tyrolean State Museums:
- Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum (Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum)
- Tiroler Volkskundemuseum (Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art)
- Zeughaus (Armoury)
- Hofkirche (Court Church)
- Kaiserschützenmuseum (Imperial Infantry Museum)
- Volksliedarchiv (Folk Song Archive)
Rich in culture
The list of other museums of all sizes is no less impressive. These include the Kaiserliche Hofburg (Imperial Palace), Schloss Ambras (Ambras Castle), Stadtmuseum-Stadtarchiv Innsbruck (City Archive) and the Museum zum berühmten Goldenen Dachl (Golden Roof Museum), all of which are just a few kilometres away from the Bierwirt and easily accessible by public transport. The range of cultural offers away from the museums is extensive too with numerous concerts, trade fairs and private cultural events to complete the offer.
Innsbruck: a hotspot for gallery owners
There has been a real gallery boom in Innsbruck over the last few years: the FOTOFORUM is Austria’s largest gallery for photo art. Admission to the 8 exhibitions is free at present. The aim of the KUNSTRAUM INNSBRUCK is to explore the phenomenon of modern art – with exhibitions, presentations, discussions, readings and concerts.
Seek advice from the hotel team at the Bierwirt as to which events will be running during your stay.