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South Tyrol Museum of Mining Museum in a Grain Store

Grain Store

Steinhaus 99, Steinhaus
Tel.: +39 0474 651043
Fax: +39 0474 651326
kornkasten@bergbaumuseum.it
www.bergbaumuseum.it

22 March-6 Nov
Tue–Sun 1–5 pm
Aug, holidays also Mon

Admission price

Combined admission museum and mine:

  • €12.00 adults
  • €8.00 groups (15 or more), seniors (over 65), handicapped
  • €6.00 children (over 7 ), students (up to 27), military
  • €5.00 school groups
  • €24.00 families (2 adults, children up to 14)

Museum only:

  • €4.00 adults
  • €3.00 groups (15 or more), seniors (over 65), handicapped
  • €2.50 children (over 7), students (up to 27), military
  • €8.00 families (2 adults, children up to 14)
  • €1.50 school groups

Mine only:

  • €10.00 adults
  • €7.00 groups (15 or more), seniors (over 65), handicapped
  • €4.00 children (over 7), students (up to 27), military
  • €20.00 families (2 adults, children up to 14)
  • €4.00 school groups

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Copper was mined in the Ahrn valley for half a millennium, with the mine administration located in the Steinhaus granary, the food store for the mine. This now houses a mining industry museum for the collection of the Enzenberg family, supported by a multimedia experience. Film reports of contemporary witnesses, wooden models, paintings, artistic mining maps, books, documents and finds from the mine allow visitors to retrace the history of the mining industry in the Ahrn valley.

Photogallery

  • South Tyrol Museum of Mining Museum in a Grain Store - Foto Ludwig Thalheimer
  • Grain Store Steinhaus - Foto Stefano Scatà
  • Grain Store Steinhaus
  • Grain Store Steinhaus
  • Grain Store Steinhaus
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Inn's kitchen - Small figure of wood, end of the 19. century

The small figure of wood represents a inn's kitchen: Moidele Oberhollenzer with a straw hat and the host, wich lights his pipe. The small figure is part of a collection of the 19. century, wich presents the life in Ahrntal.