How did people live on the alp 500 years ago? What is life like there today? In the alpine museum, the changes in craftmanship and technology over time are shown. In the past, a lot of people worked with hand tools, but the emergenc of motorization replaced technology. Tools, text panels and pictures of the former mountain farmers' life are exhibited.
Admission is free.
Voluntary donations for the maintenance of the alpine museum are welcome.
The museum is open from mid-June to the end of September and can only be reached on foot.
The hut was managed until 1998. Through the efforts of the cultural association, the alpine dairy was converted into a museum. It opened in September 2002.
How to get there
You can reach the "Alpmuseum" only on foot via a family-friendly hike from Schröcken, Warth and Lech.
The path leads on a tarred road through the forest up towards Körbersee / Auenfeld. At the water reservoir, a path goes right away. Follow this path for abotu 25 minutes.
Total walking time: approx. 1 hour and 10 minutes.
From Warth / Hochtannbergpass:
Start at the Kalbelesee and follow the easy hiking path via the Körbersee to the "Alpmuseum".
Total walking time: approx. 1,5 h.
From Oberlech follow the hiking trail towards Auenfeld / Bürstegg. Walk through the picturesque Auenfeld, follow the path and you can see the Alpine Museum from afar. Alwys follow the path, this leads directly to the museum.