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RS bruneck stadtmuseum

Brunico Municipal Museum

The Brunico Municipal Museum exhibits both sacred and contemporary art.

The Brunico Municipal Museum is housed in the antique horse stables for stagecoaches. In the so-called Gothic hall on the ground floor it exhibits late-Gothic artpieces of Michael Pacher and Friedrich Pacher, as well as of their scholars Simon and Veit von Taisten. Moreover, the museum hosts various temporary exhibitions on modern and contemporary art on the 1st and the archives of the museum on the 2nd floor.

The basement floor hosts a workshop with print facilities (for etching-lithography-wood engrocing), where both adults and children can try being artists for one day. Altogether, the Brunico Municipal Museum is a small and interesting museum very worth to be visited, not only on bad weather days!

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Opening times

  • Wed 30 Nov closed
  • Thu 01 Dec 10:00 - 16:00
  • Fri 02 Dec closed
  • Sat 03 Dec 10:00 - 12:00
  • Sun 04 Dec closed
  • Mon 05 Dec closed
  • Tue 06 Dec closed

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Exhibition "Federspitze Schnabeltänze" (09/17/2022 - 12/03/2022)

  • Mon closed
  • Tue 10:00 - 16:00
  • Wed closed
  • Thu 10:00 - 16:00
  • Fri closed
  • Sat 10:00 - 12:00
  • Sun closed

Admission

€ 3.00 adults
€ 2.00 students (up to 26 years)
€ 2.00 seniors 65+
€ 2.00 groups (more than 10 persons)

free for children under 6 years

€ 4.00 guided tour for groups (more than 10 persons)

More information

The Brunico Municipal Museum is open only within the duration of the respective exhibition, also the permanent exhibition is accessible only during the special exhibitions. Guided tours for groups of 10 and more persons (in German or Italian language) upon request (at least 7 days in advance).

Exhibition "Federspitze Schnabeltänze - Balletti di becchi in punta di penna" from Sept 17 to Dec 3, 2022, with works by Patrick Bonato, Katharina Cibulka, Laurina Paperina, Petra Polli, Josef Rainer and Benjamin Zanon, and drawings by Paul Flora on the occasion of his 100th birthday.

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