On the Bergisel in the south of Innsbruck lies the museum "Tirol Panorama", which is known above all for its giant circular painting. By means of an underground connecting wing, in which the exhibition "Schauplatz Tirol" is presented, visitors come from the Panorama to the Kaiserjägermuseum.
The impressive heart of the Tyrolean panorama is the 1000 m² giant circular painting "The Myth of Tyrol". In breathtaking 360-degree view it documents events of the Tyrolean freedom fight. Landscapes, people, the urge for freedom and the connection to religion and God are depicted in the painting created in 1896.
After exciting and sometimes bizarre exhibits on the subjects of religion, man, nature and politics in Tyrol were shown in the "Schauplatz Tirol", the Kaiserjägermuseum is now dedicated to military history. Here the development of the old Austrian military and the hunter troop from the 18th to the 20th century is told.
- The day pass at Tyrol panorama with Kaiserjägermuseum Innsbruck is €9 making it one of the 15 cheapest tourist Attractions in Austria.
How to get there
From the A12 or A13/exit Innsbruck Süd (Exit 3) turn onto the Brenner Bundesstraße (B182) towards Innsbruck, at the Ferrarihof junction turn right into Bergiselweg.