Fossil museum

Mölnerstraße, 1 a
39010 Mölten
General description
At the free fossil show below the  Tourist Office Meltina, which can be admired all year round, you can admire 260 million year old fossil tree remains. They originate from the Möltner Joch, where a large number of plant fossils from the more recent Permian period were found. The Fossil Museum offers an insight into the geology of the Tschögglberg on eleven display boards. In another eleven showcases various minerals, fossils and geological handpieces are shown. An exciting story of long extinct plants and animals, of deserts and seas, of catastrophic volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, of digging glaciers, plunging streams and leisurely flowing rivers.
Description to arrive at destination

By car from the Brenner Pass, take the A22 motorway to the Bolzano Sud exit, then take the MEBO expressway in the direction of Meran until the Terlan exit. From Terlan take the mountain road to Mölten. The fossil museum is located below the tourist office.

Public transport
Line 204: Bozen-Terlan-Mölten-Vöran-Hafling
In the centre of Mölten.
open: yearlong
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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South Tyrol Information
Südtiroler Straße/Via Alto Adige 60
39100 - Bolzano - Südtirol/Alto Adige - Italy