The most beautiful museum in Europe with a long history converted from a monastery, mainly focusing on folk art.
The Folk Art Museum of Tyrol was built between 1553 and 1563. It was originally a monastery. It was changed to a school in 1785 and became a state museum after 1829. The main building of the museum is of Renaissance style, and the arcade in the courtyard is a typical representative. As the most beautiful museum in Europe, it displays treasures with a strong ethnic customs in the Alps: living rooms, national costumes, masks and nativity mangers, etc. Many exhibits show people the colorful national culture of Tyrol .
The whole style is very old and the things inside are very characteristic
The downtown area of Innsbruck is located on both banks of the Inn, with streets with many ancient buildings. The snowy peaks of the Eastern Alps complement each other, and the 91-meter-high bridge in the south of the city is extremely magnificent. The places of interest include Firstenberg (with a balcony covered with gold and copper tiles), Hof Castle (built in 1754-1770), and the court church (Built from 1553 to 1556), Ferdinand Museum, Folk Art Museum, etc. The tourism industry is developed. The famous Golden-Domed House, Hof Castle and Court Church, Baroque palaces and triumphal arches add endless charm to Maria-Theresien-Strasse.
It is already very good that folk museums can become like this.
Very, unfortunately, it was closed that day.