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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Wampelerreiten is the core of the quadrennial carnival (Fasnacht) in Axams, Tyrol, during which spring evicts winter right in front of your eyes!...
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The Rumer Muller parade carries so much importance to Austrian and Tyrolean culture that it has been a part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sinc...
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The FIS Nordic World Ski Championship 2019 brought Ski-Jumping stars and enthusiasts back to Seefeld and Innsbruck Bergisel where Polish ski-jumping l...
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What did I just see?!...
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Dig In! It's Time for Törggelen...
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Who dreamed up those sinister yet fascinating Krampus masks? Come and explore the intriguing studio of mask carver Norbert Danler....
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Bollywood film producers, actors and associates visited Innsbruck as part of their tour of Austria in search of locations for their upcoming projects....
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A week of film with the Innsbruck Film Campus 2018...
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Over the years, Innsbruck has established its position as one of the cultural hotspots of Early Music. The new season of concerts has just opened and...
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The Summer Festival returns to the Swarovski Crystal Worlds! "The Enchanted Garden" is inspired by the classic story of “Alice in Wonderland” and...