Walsermuseum Triesenberg

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Operating times: 08:00 - 12:00 / 13:30 - 18:00

Season:01.01.2021 - 31.12.2021

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General Information

The Walser Museum - there is much to discover

The Walser Museum documents the culture and history of the Valais immigrants who settled on the Triesenberg in the 13th century. Rural and domestic life is impressively portrayed. By presenting the peculiarities of the Walser people, the Walser Museum sets itself apart from other local history museums in an exciting way.

Diverse exhibition

Visitors learn a great deal of interesting facts about the history of the Walsers, the history of the parish, as well as about agriculture, wood and livestock farming as the basis of the population's livelihood. The tour is enriched by the reproduction of the dairy room of an old Maiensäss hut as well as the presentation of rural life with simple tools.

The multivision show

In four languages, this presentation uses impressive technology, pictures and text to give a 25-minute insight into village life.

The 400-year-old Walser house

Group tours allow visitors to experience the living culture of the 19th century. The old house documents the living culture of the 19th century and gives an impressive insight into the simplicity of living with the open fireplace and the smoke-blackened kitchen. kitchen. Heating was provided by the clay stove in the "Stuba", which also gave off some heat into the bedroom ("Chammara"). The house can be visited by groups on request.

Free children's tickets

Up to 15 years. No QR code necessary

Opening hours

Monday - Friday 8.00-12.00 / 13.30-18.00 Saturday 8.00-12.00

Parking spaces

Free PP in the parking hall. A PP is reserved for buses.

Special offers

Guided tour of the museum Fr. 90.00 + entrance fee Multivision show outside opening hours Fr. 60.00 + entrance fee

Description of the tariffs

Multivision show: The multivision show informs within 25 minutes with wonderful pictures, exciting texts and typical music about the village life of yesterday and today. The cinema in the Walser Museum has 50 seats.

Museum tours: The trained guides give background information about the typical Walser life in Triesenberg. If there are more than 25 people, the groups are split up. Guided tours are only possible by appointment and are also offered outside opening hours.