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Archeology Museum

The South Tyrol Archeology Museum lies in Bozen's old town and bears witness to the region's entire history from the Stone Age to the Carolingian Age.
Archeology Museum
It is also the new home of the Iceman, the mummy dating back to 5,300 years ago found in the Similaun glacier. The exhibition space amounts to about 1,200 m² divided over four floors.
The museum covers South Tyrol's history from its earliest days to the early Middle Ages with archeological findings, models, holograms, videos and acoustic effects.
The mummy can be found on the first floor. The exhibit illustrates how it was discovered and Bronze Age also from a natural science perspective. The controlled-temperature displays contain also the artifacts found together with the iceman.

Opening hours:
Tuesday - Sunday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 8 PM;
Closed on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th
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