1st Tyrolean Wood Museum

In the 1st Tyrolean Wood Museum you can follow the history of the country in detail.

In a "quaint" authentic wooden house, the birthplace of Hubert Salcher, behind a modest sign, visitors from all over the world can trace the tradition of the region and the art of woodcarving back to the 17th century. On more than 1000 m2 the carver and sculptor leads his guests along the "wooden path" of the history of his ancestors up to the modern carving art of the present. 3000 exhibits related to the natural material wood can be seen on the two floors of the museum as well as outside around the house. From the wooden nail to the woodworm, the artist presents in a lively way the tradition of woodworking. Old and curious devices such as the largest and smallest planes in the country, spinning wheels and cribs, ceiling beams, horse-drawn carts and even chains and postcards are among the historical products that Hubert Salcher has collected over decades for his museum.
1st Tyrolean Wood Museum


Name:1. Tiroler Holzmuseum und Holzschnitzerei
Street / House number:Auffach Dorf 148/1

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