Innsbruck is located on both sides of the Inn River, a street with many ancient buildings. The snowy peaks of the eastern Alps reflect each other. The 91-meter-high bridge in the south of the city is very magnificent. The places of interest and historic interest include Firstenberg (with a balcony covered with gold and copper tiles), Hough Castle (1754-1770), Palace Chapel (1553-1556), Ferdinand Museum, Folk Art Museum, etc. Tourism is well developed. The famous Golden Roof, Hough Castle and Palace Chapel, Baroque Palace and Arc de Triomphe add endless charm to Maria-Theresien-Strasse.
Is it unnecessary to go to such folk museums? It's not very interesting. A couple of old tools might as well have a drink by the side of the road.
The monastery has a long history and the most beautiful museums in Europe are mainly folk arts.
The Tirol Museum of Folk Art was built in 1553-1563. It was first a monastery. It was transformed into a school in 1785 and became a State Museum after 1829. The main building of the museum is Renaissance style, and the multi-arcade in the courtyard is a typical representative. As the most beautiful museum in Europe, there are treasures with strong ethnic flavor in the Alps: living room, national costumes, masks and the manger for the birth of Jesus. Many exhibits show people the rich and colorful national culture of Tirol.
It really deserves to be the most beautiful museum in Europe.
The Museum of Folk Art is a very good building. Ancient exhibits can be seen everywhere in the Museum, many of which are medieval objects.
It's very good that folk museums can become like this.
Classical Architecture Museum, understand the folk customs of the Alps, so simple and simple!