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Interesting history of Tyrol, some part has odd timeline. The giant panoramic painting is the main exhibit of the museum. English translation available thru audio guide. The staff were helpful. Outside, a beautiful view of the city can be seen.
The energetic walk up to the Museum is worth the effort and the view is typically spectacular. Once in you can buy a pass that gets you in to 4 local museums so it was pretty good value. The audio guide was free and helpful,...More
We were visiting the nearby ski jump and took advantage of a free entry to this attraction as part of the All exclusive Innesbruck card.
The Panorama is a circular painting and animation showing a key part of a big battle that took place outside...More
We stumbled across the museum, and were absolutely surprised by how much we enjoyed it. The paining is wonderful- however we would have enjoyed some more information about the painting itself, who painted it? How long did it take etc? Such a beautiful image!
I was dragged to the Panorama Museum reluctantly at the end of a long day.
However to my surprise I really enjoyed it. The museum part was okay, it that is what you are interested in, but for me the actual panorama painting is why...More
The panorama is great and well done go just to see this, the museum is ok if you like old paintings. The displays are quiet limited and parts are very dark and some of the exhibits were missing or the interactive parts not working. Lots...More
We took two hours to go round these two museums and could have spent far longer! This is a really informative and fascinating place to visit- and the views across Innsbruck are beautiful.
An audioguide is essential as there seems to be little written information...More
The Panorama Museum is located on the historical battleground of Bergisel. The main theme of the exhibit here is the “Myth of Tyrol” which is presented by a 360 ° view of a gigantic mural painting on the canvas; it is the art work of...More
This modern building is impressive on its own, never mind the exhibits downstairs. However I found it rather dark and oppressive once downstairs, which is a bit of a disservice to the displays and I disliked having to check my bags into a locker before...More
The museum on the Bergisel houses the Tyrol Panorama - an historical depiction in the round of the Tyrollean battle against the French at the beginning of the 19th Century. This is impressive in itself, but it also has a museum of the Tyrol, its...More