Located in what was originally Kitzbühel’s granary is the interesting Museum Kitzbühel. Tourists must make it a point to visit this museum as it offers a look into the region's rich history and culture and is considered a jewel among the town’s cultural monuments. The museum features exhibits from the Bronze Age till present day. Visitors will come across a variety of displays and some sound and film installations focusing on the town's legendary mines, Tyrolese folk art, trophies of skiing stars in the region, and other winter sports-related artifacts. The museum also has on display numerous paintings by Alfons Walde; a popular winter landscape painter.
Adults: € 6.50 Children and young people (under 18): Free
Operating hours vary. Check website before visiting.
Around 1 hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The paintings by Alfons Walde, the winter sports-related artifacts
Finding prayer facilities at Museum Kitzbühel will not be possible. Muslim visitors will also not be able to find any mosques or Islamic Centres in the town of Kitzbühel. They could however look for a secluded place to offer their prayers, or will have to return to their accommodation if unable to.
Museum Kitzbühel is not known to house a café. Visitors will however be able to find several cafés and restaurants in the town of Kitzbühel. Although Muslim visitors will not be able to find Halal restaurants in the town, they will be able to find some outlets serving suitable seafood and vegetarian dishes.