In South Tyrol the family holidays are always fun for the entire family. The country’s museums know how to pique your curiosity and convey new lessons to small visitors in a playful way. Because the history and traditions of South Tyrol are just as diverse as its nature. Plan your family trips in the Puster Valley comfortable from home. Have a look at our map with tour suggestions.
With the Holidaypass Premium our guests can discover South Tyrol in an environmentally-friendly way and make use of a diverse programme. For us, it is very important to use our region in a sustainable way and to offer our guests only the best. Experience South Tyrol in all its diversity. The Holidaypass Premium entitles the pass holder to the use of all public transport in South Tyrol (busses, regional trains, and several lift installations), as well as free participation in the weekly program.
A hike to the earth pyramids of Percha reveals the clay column structures with an impressive display of colors.
The provincial museum for folklore in Dietenheim/Teodone belongs to the ADAC and is considered as one of the most beautiful open-air museums of Europe.
The MMM Ripa at Bruneck Castle is dedicated to mountain peoples all around the world and their culture, their religion and tourism.
Located on the summit plateau of Plan de Corones at 2,275 meters above sea level, is all about traditional alpinism, decisively shaped by Reinhold Messner.
The Neustift Monastery is a monastery of the Congregation of the Austrian Augustinian Canons in Neustift, near Brixen.
One of the most beautiful and massive fortress of Tyrol is located in the Taufer Valley and is a real fairy-tale fortress
The mine railway takes you into the Mining Museum of South Tyrol where you will learn a lot about the work of the miners in this copper mine.
The Pearl of Anterselva with its blue-green colour invites you to enjoy the surrounding nature and mountains.
In South Tyrol the family holidays are always fun for the entire family. The country’s museums know how to pique your curiosity and convey new lessons to small visitors in a playful way. Because the history and traditions of South Tyrol are just as diverse as its nature.
Reinhold Messner opened his 5th Messner Mountain Museum at Bruneck Castle, and dedicated the contents to the people of the mountains.
When you visit Rodenegg Castle, one of the largest and strongest fortified castles in the country awaits.