Innsbruck Stubaital Station

Local nameLocalbahnmuseum
LocationWilten, Innsbruck, Austria

Stubaital station was built in 1903 and, until 1983, was the terminus of the Stubai Valley Railway in Innsbruck. Since 1983 trains approaching from Fulpmes have been routed through the city of Innsbruck.

Originally the station, which is located on the Brenner Road at the foot of the Bergisel, had a nameboard announcing the station name as Wilten-Stubai because the village of Wilten was independent until 1904. On the station land there used to be a goods depot, a station building with a kiosk, waiting hall and stationmaster's office as well as a two-road locomotive shed for the Stubai Valley Railway. The shed was soon expanded by a further road, because the locomotive fleet increased significantly to handle the heavy traffic on the line. The goods depot was torn down in 1974 when freight transport on the Stubai Valley Railway was withdrawn.

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Opening hours

May–October: every Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm


Adults: 4 EUR
Children (6-14): 2 EUR

More information and contact


Official Website



Phone +43 664 11 16 001

Address Pater-Reinisch-Weg 4, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Coordinates 47°15'11.977" N 11°23'52.463" E

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