Interesting things from Großes Walsertal can be admired at the Museum Großes Walsertal.
The imposing semi-detached house (formerly a three-part house) is probably one of the oldest houses in Sonntag. The building is 500 years old and is therefore itself a piece of history. In the past it has been a residential house, inn, dairy and bakery.
Since 1981 the house serves as a museum. The current exhibition comprises 15 rooms and a stable building, where objects from the life and history of the population of Großes Walsertal are shown. In addition, selected topics will be presented in special exhibitions.
Friday, 12/05/2023 until Sunday, 8/10/2023
Friday, 16:00 –19:00
Sunday, 14:00 – 17:00
Out of opening hours from May to October 2023: Registration with Elisabeth Burtscher
T +43 664 12 35 517, email@example.com
|Groupticket (from 10 Persons)||€ 6,00|
|Guided Tours||€ 50,00|
Students, pupils, trainees from 15 years.
Free admission for children up to 15 years accompanied by parents and for members of the Heimatpflegeverein.
This small architectural show focuses on a reorientation of attention: away from the things one sees and towards what one feels. A contemporary document for the valley and at the same time a plea for a new humanism in architecture. While the exhibition in the museum grows over the two years, house visits in the valley are about the awareness for a good building culture. Starting with redevelopment, densification and sustainable ways of living. The aim of the exhibition's expanded program is to provide first touches as well as in-depth experiences in the use of natural building materials.
Also part of the exhibition are excerpts from the project "Historical ArchitekTours". In recent years, a total of five Vorarlberg regions have selected architectural history objects and investigated them in an interdisciplinary approach. Designed for a traveling exhibition, the illustration of the numerous insights gained from this work provides insights into the history of cultural assets.
Special exhibition - Info & registration
for guided tours and home visits at Theresia Bickel,
T +43 664 91 24 868, firstname.lastname@example.org
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