The Ferdinandeum was once one of the oldest museums of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. And even today it still ranks among the top international museums.
Since its foundation, one of the museum's main focuses has been on the cultural history of the Tyrol region. The exhibition presents mainly objects of art history, but also touches on archaeology, history, natural sciences and music. The visitor embarks on a journey through time of more than 30,000 years. From prehistory to Roman times, Romanesque, Baroque and into the 19th century and the present, all times are represented. The museum has an excellent collection of Rembrandt and Bruehgel and a modern gallery with works by Oskar Kokoschka, Max Weiler, Alfons Walde and others.
How to get there
On the A 12, take the motorway exit Innsbruck Ost, then continue west via Amraser Seestraße and Amraserstraße to Museumstraße.