Trauttmansdorff Castle, where Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sissi) would come in holiday, now houses the Touriseum, the first museum in the Alps comprehensively and exclusively dedicated to the history of tourism. Among the highlights of the museum are the circuit „250 Years of Tourism in Tyrol“ and the permanent exhibition "Head for the hills!". For the 2018 temporary exhibition, the route to the courtyard of Trauttmansdorff Castle has been arranged as an alpine road with hairpin bends, ramps and panoramic spots. On the way up along the road the guests shall find eight famous South Tyrolean passes, discovering interesting stories and curious objects about them.
The Gardens and the Touriseum both close at 5 p.m. on Garden Night's evenings!
World Music Festival: 22.08.2019 "The Legend of Morricone"