Trauttmansdorff Castle near Meran (the former holiday residence of the Empress Elisabeth of Austria) is today home to an enjoyable experience: the South Tyrol Museum of Tourism, or Touriseum for short. It is the first museum in the Alpine region dedicated exclusively to the history of tourism.
Interactive displays take visitors on an exciting journey through time that tells the story of 200 years of tourism from the point of view of both tourists and locals alike. Mechanical theatre shows, detailed models, films, audio: the Touriseum is anything but a dusty old museum full of tedious texts.
All people ages 12 and up who would like to visit the museum must be:
- Vaccinated (at least the 1st dose with a vaccine recognized by the EU)
- Recovered (no longer than 6 months ago)
- Tested (a test done in the last 48 hours)
04.05. - 15.10 daily 9 am - 7 pm
16.10. - 30.10. daily 9 am - 6 pm
01.11. - 15.11. daily 9 am - 5 pm
Fridays in June, July, August: Until 23:00
The Touriseum and the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle represent a single attraction. The entry ticket is valid for both.
Measures to be complied with when visiting the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle during the Coronavirus pandemic.