The Farmhouse Museum located under the Kitzbüheler Horn is a farmhouse that was converted into a museum, and is therefore the ideal place for visitors to see what life on a real Austrian farm would have been like over a hundred years ago. Dating back to 1559, the typical Salzburg-Tyrolean style house features a variety of authentic tools and machines, a stable, a smoker, bedrooms, a wash house and other farm equipment. Visitors will also be able to learn more about the lifestyle of the local people while here. Since the farmhouse is surrounded by rolling hills and greenery, the view from here is also quite stunning.
Adults: €4,00 Children: Free
1 June - 30 September: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Closed on Sundays
Around 1 hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The old tools and equipment, the breathtaking view
As with all of the other attractions in Kitzbühel, the Farmhouse Museum does not offer prayer facilities for Muslim visitors. Muslims visiting the museum will however be able to find plenty of secluded areas outdoors to offer their prayers. If unable to do so, they will have to return to their accommodation at prayer times, since there are no mosques in the town.
The Farmhouse Museum is not known to house a café. Visitors will however be able to find several restaurants and cafés in the town of Kitzbühel. Muslim visitors will have to dine on suitable vegetarian or seafood dishes at these outlets, as the restaurants are sure to serve non-Halal dishes.