Local Museum “Hoamet Tramin Museum”

The Local Museum of Termeno tells on three floors from the famous Gewürztraminer wine, the “Schnappviecher” and much more.

"Living on the frontier", in the border area between three cultures leaving their traces - that's the focus of the "Hoamet Tramin Museum", managed by the Termeno Association for Culture and Heritage. And "Hoamet" means "homeland", here in Termeno on the Wine Road. The museum on the Piazza Municipio (Townhall Square) is housed fittingly in a small farmhouse with Gothic elements, which was largely left in its original state during restoration works.

The Local Museum of Termeno (Tramin), spread over 11 showrooms on three floors today, was inaugurated back in 1989. It tells about the village itself, viticulture, agriculture and housekeeping, archaeology and geology of the region and about the handicraft in the South Tyrolean Bassa Atesina area. Another topic are the local customs such as the historical Egetmann Parade, the traditional carnival parade, which chases away the winter spirits with noise and brilliant costumes. Other specials are the large collection of Gewürztraminer wines from all over the world and the 240 million years old foot print of an Archosaur, an ancestor of the dinosaurs. Worth seeing!

Opening hours: from June to October 31, 2020
from Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to noon time
Wednesdays also from 4 pm to 6 pm

guided tours only by reservation

3.50 Euros (adults)
free for kids and young people under 16 years

Further information:
phone: +39 328 5603645, info@hoamet-tramin-museum.com

In summer 2020, access may still be subject to certain restrictions.

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