Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum Innsbruck
This museum, which was named after its founder the Archduke Ferdinand, was open in 1823, and it offers a series of Tyrolean art collections and paintings: in the Dutch hall there are works by Rembrandt and Bruegel; in the German hall works by Lukas Cranach and Hans Baldung; Troger and Defregger’s works in the baroque hall, and finally, in the hall dedicated to the 19th and 20th centuries there are works by various artists the likes of Schiele, Wotruba and Klimt. Inside the museum is also hosted the Altar of Castle Tyrol, built in 1320, representing one of the most precious Tyrolean sculptures.
- Museumstr. 15
- Opening times: 1st May to 30th September every day from 10 am to 17 pm
- while in any other period from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 12 am
- and from 14 pm to 17 pm
- Sunday and feast days from 9 am to 12 am