The South Tyrolean Museum of History is located in the Castel Tyrol the ancestral seat of the Counts of Tyrol.
The castle is an archeological museum in best conditions with a curtain wall, built in the 1100, which is a part of the oldest and best conserved ones. The pillared in marble, with symbolic sculptures, from the 12th Century, are considered an original monument of the Romanesque art.
Castle Tyrol in South Tyrol tells not only about the middle age, there is also an exhibition concerning South Tyrol in the XX Century. The story will be narrated in 20 special years of the contemporary history.
Castle Tyrol - South Tyrolean Museum of History
Schlossweg 24 – I-39019 Dorf Tirol
Phone: +39 0473 220 221