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Museum of Cultural Anthropology at Teodone/Dietenheim

According to the German Automobile Club, the Provincial Museum for Cultural Anthropology at Teodone/Dietenheim on the outskirts of Brunico/Bruneck is one of Europe’s most impressive open air museums.

This is both an indoor and open air museum on the outskirts of Brunico/Bruneck taking the form of an old farming hamlet. It focuses on the many facets of South Tyrol’s diverse rural life and culture as it was in times past, and on life on a remote mountain farm.

It includes a manor house to show how the ‘others’ lived, farmhouses, workshops with tools and equipment typical of various old crafts (rope makers, wheelwrights, basket makers, sawyers) and – to the delight of children – sheds, stables and enclosures with breeds of farm animals and domestic pets typical of South Tyrol but which have almost become extinct.
South Tyrol Museum of Cultural Anthropology
Herzog Diet Str. 24,
I-39031 Teodone/Dietenheim – Brunico/Bruneck
Tel. 0474 552087  

Open late April to the end of October, Tuesday - Saturday: 9.30am – 5.30pm; Sunday and public holidays: 2pm – 6pm; August: Monday – Saturday: 9.30am – 6.30pm; closed Mondays.

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