Vorarlberg MuseumKornmarktpl. 1, 6900 Bregenz, Austria
Vorarlberg Museum in Bregenz, Austria, is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of this beautiful region. Located in the heart of the city, the museum offers a fascinating look at the culture and history of Vorarlberg. Boasting a collection of more than 100,000 items, the museum is the largest of its kind in the country and provides an in-depth look at the area’s past.
The museum’s permanent collection is divided into three main sections: Art, History, and Culture. The Art section houses a variety of paintings and sculptures from the 16th to the 20th centuries. Highlights include works by local artists such as Franz von Defregger and Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller. The History section focuses on the development of the region from its earliest days, with exhibits on the Celts, Romans, and medieval times. The Culture section looks at the customs and traditions of the region, as well as the architecture and folk art of the area.
The museum also hosts a variety of temporary exhibitions throughout the year, ranging from contemporary art to historical artifacts. Visitors can also take part in guided tours of the museum, which are available in both German and English.
The Vorarlberg Museum is a great place to learn about the history and culture of the region. Visitors have praised the museum for its informative displays and knowledgeable staff. One Tripadvisor reviewer said, “The museum is very informative and well laid out. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Highly recommended.” Other reviewers have noted the museum’s impressive collection and the wide range of exhibitions.
If you’re looking for a fascinating insight into the history and culture of Vorarlberg, the Vorarlberg Museum is the place to go. With its impressive collection, knowledgeable staff, and range of exhibitions, the museum is sure to provide an entertaining and educational experience.
A museum featuring various installations and local history. If you're not careful you may end up taking a few hours to see everything that's exhibitioned because there's a lot to see. The architecture of the whole building is incredible as well! Worth a visit if you're interested in art, local history and various other types of art.
Very nice temporary exhibition about old Roman town Brigantium.
Mix of temporary, general-interest exhibitions and permanent installations focused on local history. Both the architecture and exhibit style is state of the art; the archaeological section has been made especially child-friendly and immersive. A "secret" panorama room on the top floor gives a great view of happenings on the promenade and across Lake Constance. Overall the experience is varied and enjoyable not only for the exbihits themselves. The Vorarlberg Museum is a much easier way to pass time on a wet afternoon than the Kunsthaus. The ground floor cafe is always very lively and in a great location for people-watching.