The Museum of Nature South Tyrol is located in the historical center of Bolzano. The Museum is part of the provincial museums of South Tyrol. The Museum is located in the building that formerly housed the Emperor Maximilian I of Habsburg in 1500. Late Gothic style is still possible to admire the gothic hall with vaulted ceiling, where temporary exhibitions are organized. The museum's collection consists of a collection of geology and natural objects of South Tyrol. In particular there are items related to earth science, zoology, botany and musicology. Of great interest is the coral reef aquarium, which is the largest in the Alps. There are also reconstructions and multimedia stations that help in the museum fruition. The museum organizes temporary exhibitions that are most attractive to families and children. The goal is to raise awareness of environmental ecology, addressing the youth in collaboration with schools and public and private institutions.