Wolfsthurn Castle - South Tyrol Museum of Hunting and Fishing
Your benefit: Free entry

You pay 0 € instead of Euro 6,00

Tue - Sat 9.30 am - 5.30 pm. Sun and pub.holidays: 1 pm - 5 pm

01.04.-15.11. closed on 1.11

Kirchdorf 25, 39040 Ratschings Phone +39 0472 758121 jagdmuseum@landesmuseen.it www.wolfsthurn.it


Wolfsthurn Castle - South Tyrol Museum of Hunting and Fishing

The mighty Wolfsthurn Castle towers above the village of Mareit (Mareta). Since 1996 it has been the home of the South Tyrol Museum of Hunting and Fishing, a branch of the Provincial Museum of Ethnography in Dietenheim (Teodone). The exhibition area is found on three floors. In addition to hunting and fishing in their cultural and historical perspectives, the itinerary also leads through the opulent rooms of the castle that have been preserved in their original condition, providing a view of the life of the nobility from the 18th and 19th cen. Instructional activities take place in the basement. A path of around 1 km. (2/3 mile) on the topic of woods and water leads from the village to the castle. It is accessible for wheelchairs.