The Museum of Bolzano is located in the historic city center. The Museum is considered the oldest museum in South Tyrol, despite being partly closed since 2003 for a restoration. The Museum was founded in the second half of the twentieth century in the ancient medieval palace. The first floor and the tower house the collections of the museum from private collections and donations. The museum focuses a very rich collection divided into themes: archeology, art and Tyrolean folk culture. In particular, they are of great interest are the sections of medieval art, Gothic, Baroque and Tyrolean crafts. The exhibition routes also have about 200 works from the nineteenth century to 2000 and include stucco, frescoes, altars, statues, oil paintings, stoves, stove tiles, jewelery, costumes and graphic works. The collection includes about folk art objects that relate to domestic and family sphere. The museum houses inside a library specialized in archeology and local art. The ground floor of the museum is dedicated to temporary exhibitions and events in the city.

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Via Cassa di Risparmio, 14
39100 Bolzano


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