Art & Culture

Those who only go to museums when the rain falls, are missing out on plenty of art and culture. Not only does the mountain panorama lend its charm to the city, but the medieval old town and a handful of great museums are full of interesting stories. And don't miss out on some of our noteworthy Tyrolean customs. Our bloggers will take you from exhibitions to carnivals through the cultural heart of Innsbruck.

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From the USA to the Innsbruck region, singer and songwriter Gail Anderson sings at the top of Haus der Musik and tells us why she moved here 25 years...
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The exhibitions focus on the mobility of the artists and the mutual influence kindled by their encounters....
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Innsbruck has many amazing suburbs, from picturesque Hötting to the urban O-Dorf. But no suburb is quite as beautiful or diverse as the wonderful Wil...
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Innsbruck has plenty of great museums, and it's just gained another! The Weiherburg castle is home to the city's first natural history museum, here's...
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“What do you mean, the eggs aren’t made of chocolate?!” Easter here is a little different to what you are used to—here are 5 surprising facts...
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Vibrancy Music came to Innsbruck during Lockdown 2.0 to showcase their music performance in beautiful and interesting locations concept with Felix Rap...
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New Year in Austria is known as “Silvester”, and it involves lots of champagne, lucky pigs, and melting lead on a spoon. Melting lead on a spoon?...
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In lots of ways, Innsbruck is a very modern city. But you can still find little pockets of tradition, such as in the workshop of trumpet maker Benedik...
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What do an Indian secret agent, a teenage burglar and Austria’s most famous empress all have in common? They are all characters in awesome movies fi...
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The Golden Roof may be impressive, but not every amazing building in Innsbruck was built in the sixteenth century. Tirol's capital is home to some stu...