The Tyrolean State Museum, also known as the Ferdinandeum after Archduke Ferdinand, is located in Innsbruck, Austria. It was founded in 1823 by the Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum Society.
Since 2007 it has been a major division of the Tyrolean State Museums Operating Company, which has taken over the running of the business. Also transferred to the operating company at the same time were the Tyrolean Museum of Popular Art, the Kaiserschützen Museum, the Chapel Royal and the Tyrolean Folk Song Archives. The company is run by Wolfgang Meighörner, who is also the curator of the Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum.
The Tyrolean State Museum comprises seven collections. In addition, the Museum in the Armoury and the natural history collection also belong to the Ferdinandeum.
The Ferdinandeum building:
Tue - Sat: 9 am - 5 pm
Other buildings have similar opening times but close on different days or are open the whole week. Please, check the website.
Combination ticket for more buildings:
Official Website http://www.tiroler-landesmuseum.at/ferdinandeum
Phone +43 512 594 89
Address Museumstraße 15, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Coordinates 47°16'2.379" N 11°23'51.841" E